Briar Rose. The Golden Bird. The Three Feathers.
November 7, 2020 by Yiyun Li
"The horses and the spotted hounds were lying in the same place...the doves were rooting with their little heads tucked under their wings...the flies were fast asleep on the wall." The Briar Rose
How one would love to know their dreams.
"What happened to the poor fox? Many years later, the prince was walking in the forest and met the fox." The Golden Bird
What a fox. It doesn't often happen that a fox gets an honorable role in a tale.
"The most beautiful woman in the world! She doesn't happen to be here right now." The Three Feathers
On top of summoning the yellow turnip harnessed with six mice, the toad's candor–"she doesn't happen to be here"–makes him a memorable Grimm character.
The Bremen Town Musicians. The Devil and His Three Golden Hairs. The Children Living in a Time of Famine.
A Fairy Tale about a Boy Who Left Home to Learn about Fear. The Worn-out Dancing Shoes. Snow White and Rose Red.