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Jacob, who became reclusive after his brother's death, died four years later. Jacob and Wilhelm began collecting folktales at the request of a close friend, the poet Clemens Brentano. They sent him 53 tales, but Brentano failed to publish the collection. By the time the brothers decided to publish the material themselves, the collection had grown. The first volume of Children's and Household Tales , published in , included 86 tales.

The Grimms added a second volume of 70 stories in Jacob and Wilhelm were scholars engaged in serious research of folklore and preservation efforts. The first edition of Children's and Household Tales was unillustrated and filled with scholarly footnotes. Many of the tales also contained violence and sexual references because they were uncensored, having faithfully been recorded from oral accounts.

It was not until after the work was criticized as being unsuitable for children that the brothers recognized the potential entertainment value of their collection. In the following years, Wilhelm revised and embellished the tales. New stories as well as illustrations were added while some tales which were deemed inappropriate were removed. The second edition of Children's and Household Tales was published in , followed by five more in , , , , and In addition, a small children's edition of 50 tales was published in It was the first commercial success.

By the final edition of , which contained tales, the stories had become more readable and tasteful, infused with morals and religious motifs, and suitable for children. The revised tales, however, had lost the authentic flavor of folklore.

Contrary to popular belief, the majority of the tales came to the Grimms not from peasants but from their middle-class family and friends. Also, in spite of the national pride with which they were collected, many of the stories were not unique to Germany. Regardless of origins or sources, Grimms' fairy tales became very popular. They are still beloved worldwide today. The tales have inspired many writers, artists, composers, filmmakers, and others. Front cover of a English-language edition of Grimm's Household Tales.

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These are stories that come from specific places, and often tell the story of a castle, a church, a rock, a cave, etc. They are tangible, and while less elaborate and enchanting than the fairy tales, they are interesting in a whole different way. The collection is also full of legends of supernatural creatures: Dwarfs, mermaids and mermen, and other spirits I read this book in the Hungarian translation.

Dwarfs, mermaids and mermen, and other spirits of nature. A lot of the stories are dark, and happy endings are scarce, but the collection provides an amazing context of beliefs and legends and helps a deeper understanding of the Grimm fairy tales as well. Jacob went to Kassel where he was later joined by Wilhelm and his family. Despite financial difficulties, Jacob and Wilhelm continued to pursue their scholarly interests.

In , they began work on an ambitious and massive project to compile a German dictionary. The generous stipend allowed them to continue their work on the dictionary. After the Revolution of , the brothers, hoping for a democratic unified Germany, became active in politics. The reform movement failed, however, and they soon retired from politics. Jacob and Wilhelm both retired from the university in the following years but stayed in Berlin and devoted their late days to the dictionary project. They did not live to see the completion of the German dictionary or the unification of Germany.

Wilhelm died at the age of 73 in Jacob, who became reclusive after his brother's death, died four years later.


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Jacob and Wilhelm began collecting folktales at the request of a close friend, the poet Clemens Brentano. They sent him 53 tales, but Brentano failed to publish the collection. By the time the brothers decided to publish the material themselves, the collection had grown. The first volume of Children's and Household Tales , published in , included 86 tales.

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The Grimms added a second volume of 70 stories in Jacob and Wilhelm were scholars engaged in serious research of folklore and preservation efforts. The first edition of Children's and Household Tales was unillustrated and filled with scholarly footnotes. Many of the tales also contained violence and sexual references because they were uncensored, having faithfully been recorded from oral accounts.

It was not until after the work was criticized as being unsuitable for children that the brothers recognized the potential entertainment value of their collection. In the following years, Wilhelm revised and embellished the tales. New stories as well as illustrations were added while some tales which were deemed inappropriate were removed.


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The second edition of Children's and Household Tales was published in , followed by five more in , , , , and In addition, a small children's edition of 50 tales was published in