This PDF eBook was produced in the year by Tantor Media, Incorporated, which .. The fairy then said to Cinderella, “Well, you see here a carriage fit to. Formatting this story has been an interesting experience for me. When I was growing up I grew up with the fairytale that most, if not all, little girls grow up with. Cinderella thanked him, went to her mother's grave and planted the branch on it, and wept so much that the Thrice a day Cinderella went and sat beneath it, and wept and prayed, and a little white bird always . Grimm Brothers Fairy Tales.
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And because she always looked dusty and dirty, they called her Cinderella. . und Hausmärchen [Children's and Household Tales -- Grimms' Fairy Tales], 7th. 1. GRIMM'S FAIRY TALES. CINDERELLA. Jacob Ludwig Grimm and Wilhelm Carl Grimm. Grimm, Jacob () and Wilhelm () - German. By Jacob And Wilhelm Grimm. The original version of this classic fairy-tale written by the Grimm Brothers. Also, you (like me) are most probably more familiar with the Charles Perault version of Cinderella, with the fairy Godmother and all that.
When she stood up the prince looked into her face, and he recognized the beautiful girl who had danced with him. We are going to the festival at the king's castle. After they had cried this out, they both flew down and lit on Cinderella's shoulders, one on the right, the other on the left, and remained sitting there. When the step-mother had emptied the two dishes of lentils amongst the ashes, the maiden went through the back-door into the garden and cried, "You tame pigeons, you turtle-doves, and all you birds beneath the sky, come and help me to pick the good into the pot, the bad into the crop. Then were the two sisters glad, for they had pretty feet.
The Prince was quite vexed when supper-time came, and he could not find his beautiful partner, and no one had seen her leave the room. But in hopes of beholding her again, he persuaded the King to give another grand ball. And once more the rat, mice, grasshoppers, and pumpkin which had gone back to their original shapes after the first ball were turned into the grand carriage and attendants, and Cinderella, in rose-coloured satin and rubies, went to the royal ball.
Directly the Prince saw her, he asked her to dance, and would have no other partner, and as he led her past her two unkind sisters, she saw them look at her dress with envious eyes, and knew that they wished they were as beautiful, and as well-dressed as she was.
Her sisters found her waiting to undress them in her usual rags, and kept her up to tell her how beautiful the unknown Princess was, and how well she was dressed. Again the Prince was vexed at the sudden disappearance of the beautiful stranger, and once more he persuaded the King to give a grand State ball. She makes every one look shabby. Cinderella smiled as she helped them to dress.
She was sure the Fairy would let her go to the ball too.
And she was right. Her godmother, pleased with her obedience, came in good time, and Cinderella, dressed in blue satin and pearls, went in the same style as before. The Prince would scarcely let her out of his sight, and Cinderella, who was getting a little spoiled by all the flattery she heard, began to think more of herself and less of the Fairy; so the time stole on, till glancing up at the clock, she saw it wanted only five minutes to eleven.
At once she darted out of the room, and ran through the palace as fast as she could go, but as she reached the hall, she lost one of her precious glass slippers! She did not stop to pick it up, but rushed to the door. She found no coach, only a pumpkin, and the rat and mice ran quickly away when they saw her; while all her fine dress turned to rags, and she had to run home alone in the darkness of the night.
The Prince was very much surprised when he missed Cinderella again, and leaving the ball, went in search of her. He asked all the attendants, but no one had seen her, and when enquiry was made of the porter, he said that no one had gone out of the palace except a poor ragged beggar-girl. He loved Cinderella so much that he now resolved to marry her; and as he felt sure that no one else could wear such a tiny shoe as hers was, he sent out a herald to proclaim that whichever lady in his kingdom could put on this glass slipper should be his wife.
All the great ladies who wished to be a Princess tried to put it on, but in vain.
They laughed at her; but the Prince, hearing of her wish, sent for her. She went with her sisters in her poor dress, but very clean, and at once put on the slipper.
Then she drew the fellow of it from her pocket, and slipped it on her other foot. The Prince, who had thought the moment he saw her that the poor girl was very much like the beautiful Princess, was delighted.
He insisted on Cinderella telling him her story, which she did very modestly, and all listened with wonder. So Cinderella was married to the Prince in great state, and they lived together very happily.
She forgave her sisters, and treated them always very kindly, and the Prince had great cause to be glad that he had found the glass slipper. We thank you for your support.
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Then she was forced to do hard work; to rise early, before daylight, to bring the water, to make the fire, to cook and to wash. She had no bed to lie down on, but was made to lie by the hearth among the ashes, and they called her Cinderella. It happened once that her father was going to the fair, and asked his wife's daughters what he should bring to them. Then he bought for the two first the fine clothes and pearls and diamonds they had asked for: Then she took it, and went to her mother's grave and planted it there, and cried so much that it was watered with her tears; and there it grew and became a fine tree, and soon a little bird came and built its nest upon the tree, and talked with her and watched over her, and brought her whatever she wished for.
Now it happened that the king of the land held a feast which was to last three days, and out of those who came to it his son was to choose a bride for himself; and Cinderella's two sisters were asked to come.
So they called Cinderella, and said, "Now, comb our hair, brush our shoes, and tie our sashes for us, for we are going to dance at the king's feast.
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