“One feather is of no use to me, I must have the whole bird.”
Popularly known as the 'Grimm Brothers', Jacob and Wilhelm are well-received for their contribution in reviving the oral tradition of German folklore. In their attempt to preserve the Germanic literary tradition, they collected stories from the countryside, appealingly rewrote and published them as Grimms’ Fairy Tales.
This collection gracefully encloses sixty-two short tales, promising an enthralling experience through witches, goblins and prowling wolves. Sugarcoating its blunt edges, the collection captivatingly mixes the elements of fantasy and delight to sustain the on-growing interests of the readers.
|No. of Pages||312|
|Author||The Brothers Grimm|