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- DescriptionSw-White and Rose-Red, The Brothers Grimm, This is NOT the Short Story you Believe you Kw, Classic Bloody Fairy Tales There was once a poor widow who lived in a lonely cottage. In front of the cottage was a garden wherein stood two rose-trees, one of which bore white and the other red roses. She had two children who were like the two rose-trees, and one was called Sw-white, and the other Rose-red. They were as good and happy, as busy and cheerful as ever two children in the world were, only Sw-white was more quiet and gentle than Rose-red. Rose-red liked better to run about in the meadows and fields seeking flowers and catching butterflies; but Sw-white sat at home with her mother, and helped her with her housework, or read to her when there was thing to do. Sw-White and Rose-Red are two little girls living with their mother, a poor widow, in a small cottage. They are very good little girls, they love each other dearly, and their mother is very fond of them. Rose-Red is outspoken and cheerful and loves to play outside. Sw-White is quiet and shy and prefers doing housework and reading. One winter night, there is a kck at the door. Rose Red opens the door to find a bear. At first, she is terrified, but the bear tells her t to be afraid. I'm half frozen and I merely want to warm up a little at your place, he says. They let the bear in, and he lies down in front of the fire. Sw-White and Rose-Red beat the sw off the bear, and they quickly become quite friendly with him. They play with the bear and roll him around playfully. They let the bear spend the night in front of the fire. In the morning, he leaves trotting out into the woods. The bear comes back every night for the rest of that winter and the family grows used to him. When summer comes, the bear tells them that he must go away for a while to guard his treasure from a wicked dwarf. During the summer, when the girls are walking through the forest, they find a dwarf whose beard is stuck in a tree. The girls rescue him by cutting his beard free, but the dwarf is ungrateful and yells at them for cutting his beautiful beard. The girls encounter the dwarf several times that summer, rescue him from some peril each time and the dwarf is ungrateful each time. Then one day, they meet the dwarf once again. This time, he is terrified because the bear is about to kill him. The dwarf pleads with the bear and begs it to eat the girls. Instead, the bear pays heed and kills the dwarf with one swipe of his paw. Instantly, the bear turns into a prince. The dwarf had previously put a spell on the prince by stealing his precious stones and turning him into a bear, but the curse is broken with the death of the dwarf. Sw-White marries the prince and Rose-Red marries the prince's brother.
- Author BiographySnow-White and Rose-Red. The Brothers Grimm.
- Author(s)Wilhelm Grimm
- Date of Publication31/01/2015
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectHistorical & Mythological Fiction
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight50 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine2 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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