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                2010-07-30THE TRAVELLING MUSICIANS

                THE TRAVELLING MUSICIANS An honest farmer had once an ass that had been a faithful servant to him a GREat many years, but was now growing old and every day more and more unfit for work. His master therefore was tired of keeping him and be [查看全文]

                2010-07-29JORINDA AND JORINDEL

                JORINDA AND JORINDEL there was once an old castle, that stood in the middle of a deep gloomy wood, and in the castle lived an old fairy. Now this fairy could take any shape she pleased. All the day long she flew about in the form of an [查看全文]

                2010-07-28HANS IN LUCK

                HANS IN LUCK Some men are born to good luck: all they do or try to do comes right all that falls to them is so much gainall their geese are swansall their cards are trumpstoss them which way you will, they will always, like poor puss, [查看全文]

                2010-07-27the GOLDEN BIRD

                the GOLDEN BIRD A certain king had a beautiful garden, and in the garden stood a tree which bore golden apples. These apples were always counted, and about the time when they began to grow ripe it was found that every night one of them [查看全文]

                2010-07-26The Rose

                the Rose Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm Once there was a poor woman who had two children. The youngest one had to go into the forest every day to fetch wood. Once when he had gone a very long way to find wood, a child who was very little but ver [查看全文]

                2010-07-24the Twelve Apostles十二門徒

                the Twelve Apostles十二門徒 Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm It was three hundred years before the birth of Christ the Lord, and there lived a mother who had twelve sons, but she was so poor and needy that she did not know how she would be able [查看全文]

                2010-07-23the Golden Key 金鑰匙

                the Golden Key 金鑰匙 Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm Once in the wintertime when the snow was very deep, a poor boy had to go out and fetch wood on a sled. After he had gathered it together and loaded it, he did not want to go straight home, [查看全文]

                2010-07-22the Ear of Grain麥穗∞的故事

                the Ear of Grain麥穗的故事 Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm Ages ago, when God himself walked upon earth, the ground's fertility was much GREater than it now is. At that time the ears did not return fifty or sixty-fold, but rather four to [查看全文]

                2010-07-21the Crumbs on the Table

                the Crumbs on the Table Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm One day the rooster said to his hens, Go into the kitchen and pick up the breadcrumbs from the table. Our mistress has gone out visiting. the hens said, No, no, we won't go. If our mistress fi [查看全文]

                2010-07-20the Peasant and the Devil農夫與魔鬼

                the Peasant and the Devil農夫與魔鬼 Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm Once upon a time there was a clever, wily peasant, whose tricks could be much talked about. The best story, however, is how he once got the best of the devil and made a fool o [查看全文]