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The Brothers Grimm from enchanted forests to the modern world

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  • "Most of the fairy tales that we grew up with we know thanks to the Brothers Grimm. Jack Zipes, one of the more astute critics of fairy tales, explodes the romantic myth of the brothers as wandering scholars, who gathered "authentic" tales from the peasantry. Bringing to bear his own critical expertise as well as new biographical information, Zipes examines the interaction between the Grimms' lives and their work. He reveals the Grimms' personal struggle to overcome social prejudice and poverty, as well as their political efforts--as scholars and civil servants--toward unifying the German states."

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  • "History"
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  • "Criticism, interpretation, etc"
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  • "The Brothers Grimm: From Enchanted Forests to the Modern World : from enchanted forests to the modern world"
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  • "The brothers Grimm from enchanted forests to the modern world"
  • "The brothers Grimm : from enchanted forests to the modern world"
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  • "The Brothers Grimm : from enchanted forests to the modern world"
  • "The brothers Grimm : from enchanted forests to modern world"
  • "The Brothers Grimm : from enchanted forest to modern world"