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The names of the Brothers Grimm are Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. They are known for their fairy tales they wrote. Some popular stories they wrote are Cinderella, Hansel and Gretel, Sleeping Beauty, and The Frog Prince. Some of these stories were spooky or bloody.
Some Books They Wrote
Jacob died on 20th September 1863 in Berlin, Germany. Wilhelm died on 16th December also in Berlin, Germany but from an infection. Wilhelm died on my birthday.
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In 1825 Wilhelm married Henriette Dorothea while Jacob stayed a bachelor. But he still lived with his brother. In 1830 they moved the household to Göttingen, in the Kingdom of Hanover. There they took employment at the University of Göttingen. Jacob was a professor and a head librarian and Wilhelm was just a professor.
The Brothers Grimm
Jacob Grimm was born on 4th of January, 1785 in Hanau, Germany. Wilhelm Grimm was also born in Hanau, Germany on 24th February 1786. Jacob was second oldest and Wilhelm was third oldest until their oldest brother Freidrich died. In all, three siblings of theirs died in infancy.
Hansel and Gretel
The Frog Prince
17 editions of Fairy Tales
from the Brothers Grimm
My Book Report
The story I read was called Little Red-Cap. It is better known as Little Red Riding Hood. The part I didn't like was the part where the huntsman cut open the wolf's stomach to get the grandmother and Red out. Other than that the story was pretty good. I would recommend this book and any other Grimm story to people who like scary and gory stories (like Shweta). This book wasn't so scary but others can be. I would give this story a 4 out of 5 stars.
The Original Book
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World of tales