Grimms’ Fairy Tales : Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm

Publication date  2006-02-19
Usage  Public Domain
Librivox recording of Fairy Tales by the Brother Grimm.

A classic collection of oral German folklore, brought together for posterity by the scholarly brothers Grimm in the 1800s, this epitome of fairy tales includes many of the world’s best known stories. In these dark foreboding woods, you will find: Rapunzel, Hansel and Gretel, Rumpelstiltskin, Lily and the Lion (better known as Beauty and the Beast), and Snow White and Rose Red, among other timeless works. These tales were later heavily revised and sanitised, but here are presented closer to their grim and beloved originals. (Summary by Marlo Dianne)

Read by:
Chris Vee, Steve Andersen, Dandyrandy, Kara Shallenberg, billyuno, wedschild, rfrancis, Betsie Bush, Harvba, Vlooi, Scott Splavec, Sherry. Mark Bradford, Bill Stackpole, Gesine, Paula Berinstein, Dave, Sam Lipten, Chip, Chris Goringe, pkolter, Quentin, jskinner, Sean Randall, Brad Bush, Jon Ingram, Osmia, Kristen McQuillin, Marlo Dianne, Peter Yearsley, Dennis, Martin

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Source: Grimms’ Fairy Tales : Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive




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