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Hansel and Gretel adapted by Richard Swallow. Parts (9): Narrator 1 Narrator 2 Narrator 3 Narrator 4. Woodcutter Stepmother Hansel. Gretel. Old Woman. Once upon a time there lived near a large wood a poor woodcutter, with his wife and two children by his former marriage, a little boy called Hansel, and a girl. Hansel & Gretel - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Storybook level 3.
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The mother had died long ago. One day, the father married a new wife. The new wife was the stepmother of Hansel and Gretel. Title: Hansel and Gretel. Page: 1. Next to a great forest there lived a poor woodcutter with his wife and his two children. The boy's name was Hansel and the girl's name was Gretel. He had but. GRIMM'S FAIRY TALES. HANSEL AND GRETEL. Jacob Ludwig Grimm and Wilhelm Carl Grimm. Grimm, Jacob () and Wilhelm () - .
Once upon a time there lived near a large wood a poor woodcutter, with his wife and two children by his former marriage, a little boy called Hansel, and a girl named Gretel. How can we feed our children, when we have no more than we can eat ourselves? How can you bring your heart to leave my children all alone in the wood, for the wild beasts will soon come and tear them to pieces? The two children, however, had not gone to sleep for very hunger, and so they overheard what the stepmother said to their father. The moon shone brilliantly, and the white pebbles which lay before the door seemed like silver pieces, they glittered so brightly. The next morning, before the sun arose, the wife went and awoke the two children. Take care, and remember your legs.
Then a gentle voice called out from inside: Nibble, nibble, little mouse, Who is nibbling at my house? The children answered: The wind, the wind, The heavenly child. They continued to eat, without being distracted. Hansel, who very much like the taste of the roof, tore down another large piece, and Gretel poked out an entire round windowpane. Suddenly the door opened, and a woman, as old as the hills and leaning on a crutch, came creeping out. Hansel and Gretel were so frightened that they dropped what they were holding in their hands.
But the old woman shook her head and said, "Oh, you dear children, who brought you here? Just come in and stay with me. No harm will come to you. She took them by the hand and led them into her house. Then she served them a good meal: Afterward she made two nice beds for them, decked in white. Hansel and Gretel went to bed, thinking they were in heaven.
But the old woman had only pretended to be friendly. She was a wicked witch who was lying in wait there for children. She had built her house of bread only in order to lure them to her, and if she captured one, she would kill him, cook him, and eat him; and for her that was a day to celebrate.
Witches have red eyes and cannot see very far, but they have a sense of smell like animals, and know when humans are approaching. When Hansel and Gretel came near to her, she laughed wickedly and spoke scornfully, "Now I have them. They will not get away from me again. Early the next morning, before they awoke, she got up, went to their beds, and looked at the two of them lying there so peacefully, with their full red cheeks.
Then she grabbed Hansel with her withered hand and carried him to a little stall, where she locked him behind a cage door. Cry as he might, there was no help for him. Then she shook Gretel and cried, "Get up, lazybones! Fetch water and cook something good for your brother. He is locked outside in the stall and is to be fattened up.
When he is fat I am going to eat him. Gretel began to cry, but it was all for nothing. She had to do what the witch demanded. Now Hansel was given the best things to eat every day, but Gretel received nothing but crayfish shells. Every morning the old woman crept out to the stall and shouted, "Hansel, stick out your finger, so I can feel if you are fat yet.
Hänsel und Gretel (Humperdinck, Engelbert)
But Hansel stuck out a little bone, and the old woman, who had bad eyes and could not see the bone, thought it was Hansel's finger, and she wondered why he didn't get fat. When four weeks had passed and Hansel was still thin, impatience overcame her, and she would wait no longer. Whether Hansel is fat or thin, tomorrow I am going to slaughter him and boil him.
Oh, how the poor little sister sobbed as she was forced to carry the water, and how the tears streamed down her cheeks! She pushed poor Gretel outside to the oven, from which fiery flames were leaping. But Gretel saw what she had in mind, so she said, "I don't know how to do that. How can I get inside? The opening is big enough.
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See, I myself could get in. Then Gretel gave her a shove, causing her to fall in. Then she closed the iron door and secured it with a bar. The old woman began to howl frightfully. But Gretel ran away, and the godless witch burned up miserably. Gretel ran straight to Hansel, unlocked his stall, and cried, "Hansel, we are saved. The old witch is dead. Then Hansel jumped out, like a bird from its cage when someone opens its door.
How happy they were! They threw their arms around each other's necks, jumped with joy, and kissed one another. Because they now had nothing to fear, they went into the witch's house.
In every corner were chests of pearls and precious stones. After walking a few hours they arrived at a large body of water. If I ask it, it will help us across. Then she called out: Duckling, duckling, Here stand Gretel and Hansel.
Neither a walkway nor a bridge, Take us onto your white back. The duckling came up to them, and Hansel climbed onto it, then asked his little sister to sit down next to him.
It should take us across one at a time. That is what the good animal did, and when they were safely on the other side, and had walked on a little while, the woods grew more and more familiar to them, and finally they saw the father's house in the distance. They began to run, rushed inside, and threw their arms around the father's neck.
The man had not had even one happy hour since he had left the children in the woods. However, the woman had died. Gretel shook out her apron, scattering pearls and precious stones around the room, and Hansel added to them by throwing one handful after the other from his pockets.
Now all their cares were at an end, and they lived happily together. My tale is done, A mouse has run. And whoever catches it can make for himself from it a large, large fur cap. Translated by D. The Grimms' specific source is unclear.
Wilhelm Grimm married Dortchen Wild in The episode of burning the witch in her own oven is classified as type The phrase "die Frau" occurs fequently in "Hansel and Gretel," especially in the final edition. This phrase can be translated as "his wife," "the wife," "his woman," or "the woman.
The Grimm brothers especially Wilhelm made substantial changes to this tale throughout its publication history. The most significant changes came with the second edition , although Wilhelm continued to revise the stories until their final edition no.
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The most substantive alteration in the text of "Hansel and Gretel" is transformation of the children's mother into a stepmother. In both the manuscript version and the first printed edition of this well-known tale, the woodcutter's wife is identified unambiguously and repeatedly as "the mother. However, with the fourth edition the Grimms introduced the word "stepmother," although they retained the word "mother" in some passages. The Grimms' final version of the famous tale seventh edition, refers to the woodcutter's wife once as "the stepmother," twice as "the mother," and about a dozen times generically as "the woman.
In keeping with revisions made to other tales, Wilhelm added numerous small embellishments to "Hansel and Gretel," making the tale more dramatic, more literary, and more sentimental in succeeding editions. The most prominent example in this regard is the addition of the episode describing the children's escape from the sinister woods across a large body of water, one at a time, on the back of a duck. Chang O CCn. Oliver Davey. Fav ko yan noong bata ako. Cute story.
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Hari Prasad Chaudhary. This is very nice story. Nice story I liked the story so much………. Nicole Andrei Perez. Jemar Beltran. Can you pls like put it in a composition form? Ed Christ Oblea. This is an amazing story. Gurpreet Gill.
Love the story…now where's that chocolate and candy cottage at??? Hazeljoyce Ragma. Joella Lopez. What is the moral value in this story? Need it for my assignment. Thank you. Nasir Mnj. Clement Francis Delos Santos. Princess Nicole Huyan. Who is the athor of this story? I need it for my project.. Michelle Rose. Felipe Ramirez. Chresly Gemino. Hurtine Mae Layos. Chaton Luckett. Vernetta B. Aftab Chicoo. Nick Giorgio. The story was made famous by the Brothers Grimm.
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Siham Yahchouchy. I liked it nice story my granddaughter loved it too. Samora Tabou McRiley. The movie is twisted. Helped in story competition. Camille Silvestre Candari. Judielle Dalumpines Pio. Sino ang Author. Aerish Jelaine Bartolome Yap. Sunset Sahipleri. Pika Chophi.
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