Brothers Grimm (2005) Twists Your Favorite Fairy Tales

Fairy Tales Aren’t for the Faint of Heart… Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm released the first volume of their collection of folktales “Kinder- und Hausmärchen” (Children’s and House Tales) in 1812. The first edition included 70 different stories, but the Brothers Grimm count eventually reached somewhere over 200. If you’ve never read any of their original fairy tales, they are an interesting read. I took a class in college called “Twice Told Tales” and we spent about half of a semester just studying the story of Little Red Riding Hood. I was fascinated to see what details changed or were added over the centuries. And believe me when I tell … Continue reading Brothers Grimm (2005) Twists Your Favorite Fairy Tales