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Rapunzel Rapunzel by Brothers Grimm The story of Rapunzel one of the most popular fairy tales in the world A lonely couple that wanted a child lived next to a walled garden which belonged to a witch The wife

  • Title: Rapunzel
  • Author: Jacob Grimm Wilhelm Grimm
  • ISBN: 2940012404381
  • Page: 457
  • Format: Nook
  • Rapunzel by Brothers Grimm.The story of Rapunzel one of the most popular fairy tales in the world A lonely couple that wanted a child lived next to a walled garden which belonged to a witch The wife, as a result of her long awaited pregnancy, noticed a rapunzel plant planted in the garden and longed for it to the point of death For two nights, the husband went out and bRapunzel by Brothers Grimm.The story of Rapunzel one of the most popular fairy tales in the world A lonely couple that wanted a child lived next to a walled garden which belonged to a witch The wife, as a result of her long awaited pregnancy, noticed a rapunzel plant planted in the garden and longed for it to the point of death For two nights, the husband went out and broke into the garden to gather some for her on the third night, as he was scaling the wall to return home, the witch caught him and accused him of theft He begged for mercy, and the old woman agreed to be lenient, on condition that the then unborn child be surrendered to her at birth.A perfect way to get your children interested in reading and keep them entertained whenever you are busy Enjoy this illustrated book created with our love and devotion.

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    1. This was a pretty shocking version! Poor Rapunzel! The ending was a little bitwellfairytale! But all in all an entertaining and interesting story!

    2. چقدررر با كارتون هايى كه از روى اين داستان ساخته شدن متفاوت بود. خيلى عجيب و غريب بود، درسته اخرش شبيه داستان هاى پريان به خوبى و خوشى تموم شد اما كل داستان خيلى تاريك و غم انگيز بود.

    3. Who doesn't know the stunning story of Rapunzel, the girl with the long hair, kept captured by a witch in a tall, tall tower? A childhood classic for many people of my generation, older generations, and even generations to come. However, in the countless retellings of this classic story, so many beautiful details are missed out. Visiting the original story text was a short but stunning adventure for me. I got to receive nostalgia, whilst also discovering a brand new story. A tale as old as time, [...]

    4. VerdezuelaQué infeliz historia. Un matrimonio ansioso por tener hijos, una mujer que concibe, un esposo que entrega a su hija para no ver muerta a su mujer.Una niña que crece encerrada en una torre. Un príncipe que se enamora de su voz. Un par de días de remolones en la cama. Un destino desafortunado para ambos. Pff. Igual me causó gracia cuando ella lo elige a él porque es mejor que quedarse con la vieja xD y el final me dejó :O WTF.

    5. As terrible as it sounds, what I loved most about reading this was seeing the parallel's between The Grimm's original tale, and the novelisation version of Rapunzel 'Cress' by Marissa Meyer! There were so many similarities between the two that I never knew about (only previously seeing the Disney movie Tanged) so reading this was really enjoyable for that element!

    6. 2 stars. Disney did a far better job of making the story memorable. It definitely has a gruesome side to it.

    7. INLOVEATHON 2018 = 2 CHALLENGES**Read a book with a prince/princess.**** Read an original fairytale and watch the Disney movie or a film adaptation.**I was surprised with how much of the original was used in the Disney remake! And now I know why she was called Rapunzel!

    8. Es un libro bastante diferente y bastante crudo a la mentira que nos cuenta Disney. Una princesa encerrada en un castillo y un príncipe azul que no se comportó como uno, pero que la amaba.En fin, es otro de los cuentos que nos muestra que no es una historia infantil, sino que es para un público más adulto.

    9. 2/5. Mehis was just OK. I think I struggle with these because they are so short, so we don't get much in the way of story development.

    10. Leí este pequeño cuento por estar leyendo conjuntamente con Mel de Words-Feather Blog Cress de Marissa Meyer.Me encantó conocer la historia original y me encanta a su vez que mi lectura actual esté basada justamente en lo real escrito por los Hermanos Grimm.Creepy, un pelito inocente y enredado. Muy bueno.

    11. The original Grimm Brothers tale is very, very sad although it does end happily ever after. The evil woman chops off Rapunzel's hair, who's pregnant with twins. The prince is blind, but regains sight when he somehow finds Rapunzel and kids living in poverty in the woods Her tears nourish his vision. An absolutely beautiful, well~written tale. FYI: she's named "Rapunzel" after the rampion plant, which may have been used in medieval times for mouth/throat afflictions.

    12. ok so very different to what I expected. The story of Rapunzel starts similar to other versions I've seen or read, but the ending was completly unexpected wow!

    13. Rapunzel is a princess locked in a tower in the middle of an enchanted forest by the evil queen. She has long hair and precious as gold. The only way to get into the tower is to climb up Rapunzel’s hair. One day the prince rides through the forest and hears Rapunzel singing. He climbs up her hair and asks her to marry him. They plan to escape by Rapunzel making a ladder out of her hair and a piece of silk. The queen finds out and cuts off Rapunzel’s hair. Rapunzel is cast out into the wilder [...]

    14. I would recommend Rapunzel to people who love reading fairy tales, or to older kids because of what is written even though this is a classic short story. The story is written well; however, the dialogue is written to sound like the story takes place during the medieval times. That, however, does not mess with the rest of the story. The rest of the story has enough action and romance that would make it enjoyable for any age. The characters are also written well, and are relatable to the reader. I [...]

    15. Wait, let me get this straight.a man promises his future child (Rapunzel) to an evil witch all so he can get some salad greens out of her garden for his wife? And then when she falls in love the witch caste her away to the desert and blinds the prince who still just "happens" to find her and when he does there are magically two children mention of who the father is, is it the prince? Someone else? If someone else, where is he?So many unanswered questionsd honestly, it didn't make me care enough [...]

    16. This story is one of my favorites. I've always loved the story of Rapunzel, as well as the dark origins of beloved classics. Tangled is my favorite movie, and obviously this story is a bit different, but I love it nonetheless. There actually is a happy ending, even though leading up to it the story is pretty morbid.

    17. I'd heard the Grimm versions were much much darker, they weren't lying. The enchantress threatens the Prince after banishing Rapunzel to the desert after which he jumps from the tower and falls on some thorns which basically pierce his eyes out. Eeep.

    18. The basis for the movie Tangled! It's fun to see how many of the details Disney kept or slightly altered. As for the story itself, it's a bit too short and feels rushed, but is still a very enjoyable read.

    19. " el pajarillo ya no está en el nido ni volverá a cantar" un poco distinto pero con un final feliz

    20. This book is a fairytale that has been around for a long time. This book is also made into a movie. The book is very interesting and children would be very entertained.

    21. A poor couple longed for a child of their own. The mother was in the village and came across the witch's garden. She began to grow hungry but couldn't find a way inside. She told her husband that if she didn't get some, she'd die, so in the night, he climbed over the wall and took some of the witch's vegetables. When he brought it home, his wife was very happy. She ate it, became healthy, but in the matter of a few days she became weak again. The husband had no choice but to go back to the garde [...]

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