Fairy Tales by Grimm Brothers (Annotated & Illustrated) Original Disney Stories and Folk Stories. Jaw-Droppingly Dark, Directly from the Source, in American English Original Disney Stories Are they really that different from the ones on the movies? Yes, They are. Want an idea of how dark the original Disney stories are? Here's a taste... Rapunzel got pregnant and had twins. Just saying. If you want Scary Disney stories... this book is for you. If you want to read Disney variations... this book is for you. If you want to know the origin of all these stories... you know. This book is a collection of stories from the Brothers Grimm, which are the actual authors of some of the most beloved Disney stories and other well-known folk stories. They compiled all these stories through years of research, to preserve these pieces of the german culture for future generations. Inside you will find the original stories of Snowhite, Rapunzel, Rumpelstiltskin, Little red riding-hood, Hanzel & Gretel, just to say a few. But these are not like the beautiful stories Disney made you fall in love with. The original stories are raw, dark, and some may even be taken as horror stories. Which makes them great for readers like you, tired of those happily ever after. These stories were created to leave a piece of moral knowledge to the reader. Although not doing so in the most child-friendly way. Which is way more fun! The Italian Mind Vernacular Logic in Renaissance Italy (1540-1551) BRILL The Italian Mind explores Italian vernacular logical textbooks and shows their fundamental contributions to the thought of the period, which anticipated many of the features of early modern philosophy and contributied to a new conception of knowledge. Argenis Uitgeverij Van Gorcum Historical allegory depicting the religious conflict in France under Henri III and Henri IV. 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Fairy Tales by Grimm Brothers (Annotated & Illustrated)
Original Disney Stories and Folk Stories. Jaw-Droppingly Dark, Directly from the Source, in American English
The Italian Mind
Vernacular Logic in Renaissance Italy (1540-1551)
Number 3 in series
La Poesia Popolare Italiana
Renaissance Characters
A Theology of Liturgy in the Patristic Age
A Commentary on the Holy Bible
Figures of Speech Used in the Bible
Explained and Illustrated (Classic Reprint)
Letters to Daniel
A de Mello Spirituality Conference in His Own Words
Rose Caduche