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Return to:. Ashliman's folktexts , a library of folktales, folklore, fairy tales, and mythology. Germanic Myths, Legends, and Sagas.
Chronology of their life The Grimm family moves to Steinau. Philipp Wilhelm Grimm, father of eight Grimm brothers and one Grimm sister, dies January 10, , at the age of Three of his nine children have preceded him in death.
His oldest surviving child, Jacob, is 11 years old. Jacob and Wilhelm move to Kassel, their mother's home city, to enter secondary school.
The 13 and 14 year old boys will live with an aunt. Dorothea Grimm, mother of eight Grimm brothers and one Grimm sister, dies May 27, , at the age of In order to support his younger brothers and sister, Jacob takes a position as a librarian at Kassel.
Wilhelm will follow soon. The Grimm brothers publish volume one of Kinder- und Hausmärchen Children' and Household Tales -- commonly known as Grimms' Fairy Tales , an unpretentious book containing 86 numbered folktales.
Volume two of Kinder- und Hausmärchen appears in print, pre-dated , adding 70 stories to the previous collection. This famous work will see six additional editions during the Grimms' lifetime.
In its final version it will contain numbered stories plus 10 "Children's Legends. The Grimms publish two volumes of Deutsche Sagen , a collection totalling German legends.
Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm receive honorary doctorates from the University of Marburg. Their scholarly work on linguistics, folklore, and medieval studies continues, resulting in many publications.
Wilhelm Grimm marries Henriette Dorothea Dortchen Wild, who -- together with other members of her family -- had provided the Jacob and Wilhelm with many of their best folktale texts.
The Grimms resign their positions as librarians in Kassel and accept positions at the University of Göttingen as librarians and professors.
Professors Grimm join five of their university colleagues in a formal protest against a constitutional violation of Ernst August, King of Hannover.
The brothers again depended on friends and supporters for financial assistance and influence in finding employment.
In addition to teaching posts, the Academy of Sciences offered them stipends to continue their research.
Once they had established their household in Berlin, they directed their efforts towards the work on the German dictionary and continued to publish their research.
Jacob turned his attention to researching German legal traditions and the history of the German language, which was published in the late s and early s; meanwhile, Wilhelm began researching medieval literature while editing new editions of Hausmärchen.
After the Revolutions of in the German states , the brothers were elected to the civil parliament. Jacob became a prominent member of the National Assembly at Mainz.
In the late s, Jacob resigned his university position and saw the publication of The History of the German Language Geschichte der deutschen Sprache.
Wilhelm continued at his university post until After retiring from teaching, the brothers devoted themselves to the German Dictionary for the rest of their lives.
He continued work on the dictionary until his own death in Zipes writes of the Grimm brothers' dictionary and of their very large body of work: "Symbolically the last word was Frucht fruit.
The rise of romanticism , Romantic nationalism , and trends in valuing popular culture in the early 19th century revived interest in fairy tales, which had declined since their lateth-century peak.
They collected and published their tales as a reflection of German cultural identity. In the first collection, though, they included Charles Perrault 's tales, published in Paris in and written for the literary salons of an aristocratic French audience.
Scholar Lydie Jean says that Perrault created a myth that his tales came from the common people and reflected existing folklore to justify including them—even though many of them were original.
Versions of tales differ from region to region, "picking up bits and pieces of local culture and lore, drawing a turn of phrase from a song or another story and fleshing out characters with features taken from the audience witnessing their performance.
However, as Tatar explains, the Grimms appropriated stories as being uniquely German, such as " Little Red Riding Hood ", which had existed in many versions and regions throughout Europe, because they believed that such stories were reflections of Germanic culture.
When Jacob returned to Marburg from Paris in , their friend Brentano sought the brothers' help in adding to his collection of folk tales, at which time the brothers began to gather tales in an organized fashion.
These tales were heavily modified in transcription, and many had roots in previously written sources. It is the earliest extant version of the Grimms' collection and has become a valuable source to scholars studying the development of the Grimms' collection from the time of its inception.
The manuscript was published in and again in The brothers gained a reputation for collecting tales from peasants, although many tales came from middle-class or aristocratic acquaintances.
Wilhelm's wife Dortchen Wild and her family, with their nursery maid, told the brothers some of the more well-known tales, such as " Hansel and Gretel " and " Sleeping Beauty ".
Despite her middle-class background, in the first English translation she was characterized as a peasant and given the name Gammer Gretel.
According to scholars such as Ruth Bottigheimer and Maria Tatar , some of the tales probably originated in written form during the medieval period with writers such as Straparola and Boccaccio , but were modified in the 17th century and again rewritten by the Grimms.
Moreover, Tatar writes that the brothers' goal of preserving and shaping the tales as something uniquely German at a time of French occupation was a form of "intellectual resistance" and, in so doing, they established a methodology for collecting and preserving folklore that set the model followed later by writers throughout Europe during periods of occupation.
From onward, the brothers added to the collection. Jacob established the framework, maintained through many iterations; from until his death, Wilhelm assumed sole responsibility for editing and rewriting the tales.
He made the tales stylistically similar, added dialogue, removed pieces "that might detract from a rustic tone", improved the plots, and incorporated psychological motifs.
He believes that Wilhelm "gleaned" bits from old Germanic faiths , Norse mythology, Roman and Greek mythology , and biblical stories that he reshaped.
Over the years, Wilhelm worked extensively on the prose and expanded and added detail to the stories, to the point that many grew to twice the length they were in the earliest published editions.
After , he began writing for children children were not initially considered the primary audience , adding entirely new tales or adding new elements to existing tales, elements that were often strongly didactic.
Some changes were made in light of unfavorable reviews, particularly from those who objected that not all the tales were suitable for children because of scenes of violence and sexuality.
The Grimms' legacy contains legends, novellas , and folk stories, the vast majority of which were not intended as children's tales.
Von Armin was deeply concerned about the content of some of the tales, such as those that showed children being eaten, and suggested that they be removed.
Instead, the brothers added an introduction with cautionary advice that parents steer children toward age-appropriate stories. Despite von Armin's unease, none of the tales were eliminated from the collection, in the brothers' belief that all the tales were of value and reflected inherent cultural qualities.
The stories in Kinder- und Hausmärchen include scenes of violence that have since been sanitized. For example, in the Grimms' original version of " Snow White ", the Queen is Little Snow White's mother, not her stepmother, yet even so she orders her Huntsman to kill Snow White her biological daughter and bring home the child's lungs and liver so that she can eat them.
The story ends with the Queen mother dancing at Snow White's wedding wearing a pair of red-hot iron shoes that kill her.
To some extent, the cruelty and violence may have been a reflection of medieval culture from which the tales originated, such as scenes of witches burning, as described in " The Six Swans ".
Tales with a spinning motif are broadly represented in the collection. In her essay "Tale Spinners: Submerged Voices in Grimms' Fairy Tales", children's literature scholar Bottigheimer explains that these stories reflect the degree to which spinning was crucial in the life of women in the 19th century and earlier.
Spinning, and particularly the spinning of flax , was commonly performed in the home by women. Many stories begin by describing the occupation of a main character, as in "There once was a miller", yet spinning is never mentioned as an occupation, probably because the brothers did not consider it an occupation.
Instead, spinning was a communal activity, frequently performed in a Spinnstube spinning room , a place where women most likely kept the oral traditions alive by telling stories while engaged in tedious work.
The tales were also criticized for being insufficiently German, which influenced the tales that the brothers included as well as their use of language.
Scholars such as Heinz Rölleke say that the stories are an accurate depiction of German culture, showing "rustic simplicity [and] sexual modesty.
Some critics such as Alistair Hauke use Jungian analysis to say that the deaths of the brothers' father and grandfather are the reason for the Grimms' tendency to idealize and excuse fathers, as well as the predominance of female villains in the tales, such as the wicked stepmother and stepsisters in "Cinderella", but this disregards the fact that they were collectors, not authors of the tales.
The collection includes 41 tales about siblings, which Zipes says are representative of Jacob and Wilhelm. Many of the sibling stories follow a simple plot where the characters lose a home, work industriously at a specific task and, in the end, find a new home.
The Large editions contained all the tales collected to date, extensive annotations, and scholarly notes written by the brothers; the Small editions had only 50 tales and were intended for children.
Jacob and Wilhelm's younger brother Emil Grimm illustrated the Small editions, adding Christian symbolism to the drawings, such as depicting Cinderella's mother as an angel, and adding a Bible to the bedside table of Little Red Riding Hood's grandmother.
The first volume was published in with 86 folk tales,  and a second volume with 70 additional tales was published late in dated on the title page ; together, the two volumes and their tales are considered the first of the Large annotated editions.