Jacob Grimm (1785-1863) and Wilhelm Grimm (1786-1859), linguists, became famous for their collection of folktales, "Grimm's Fairy Tales". Jacob Grimm also wrote "German Mythology".
Based on translations of the Grimms' Kinder- und Hausmärchen by Edgar Taylor and Marian Edwardes. Available in plain text, TeX, PDF, and as zip files. At Project Gutenberg.
Fairy Tales by the Grimm Brothers
Twenty fairy tales in both German and English, with illustrations from nineteenth-century editions, prepared by Robert Godwin-Jones, Virginia Commonwealth University.
The German Fairytale Road
Märchen of the Month, brief biography of the Grimm Brothers, student projects. Links to activities, exercises, and related pages in English and German.
Provides tales and a biography of the Grimms.
Grimm Brothers' Home Page
Biographical information, studies of specific tales, electronic tales, and links to more resources.
Grimm Household Tales
Two hundred numbered tales, and ten legends, based on Margaret Hunt's 1884 English translation. Also two other stories collected by the Grimms. AT numbers included in table of contents.
Grimm's Fairy Tales
Two hundred and nine tales based on the translation by Margaret Hunt, called Grimm's Household Tales; available through the Universal Library.
Grimms Fairy Tales
Two hundred and nine tales, partly based on the translation by Margaret Hunt called "Grimm's Household Tales."
Lucy Crane translation of fifty-two fairy tales, originally published in 1886. In plain text, or in HTML with illustrations by Walter Crane. From Project Gutenberg.
Provides the text of 42 folktales from Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm.
Two hundred numbered tales, plus ten children's legends, in Margaret Hunt's 1884 English translation. In PDF, TeX, plain text. From Project Gutenberg.
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