Jakob Grimm

Jacob Grimm was a 19th century German scholar who, along with brother Wilhelm, published Grimms' Fairy Tales, a collection famous for its children's stories. Jacob Grimm was born on January 4, 1785, in Hanau, Germany. He and younger brother Wilhelm studied German folklore and oral traditions, publishing a collection of stories that eventually became known as Grimms' Fairy Tales, and includes narratives like Cinderella and Rapunzel. A prolific author, Jacob also did pioneering research on languages and created the principles known as "Grimm's law."
vida del autor: 4 Enero 1785 20 Septiembre 1863


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The wife of a rich man fell sick;
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And the snow fell and spread a beautiful white covering over the grave;
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Then they took away her fine clothes, and gave her an old grey frock to put on, and laughed at her, and turned her into the kitchen.
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