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Grimm Fairy Tale Route celebrates brothers' stories

4:16 PM, May 4, 2013
Germans are celebrating the 200th anniversary of the first Grimm brothers' fairy tale book.
Germans are celebrating the 200th anniversary of the first Grimm brothers' fairy tale book.
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We know of Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm's literature as popular fairy tales for children: "Rapunzel," "Little Red Riding Hood," "Cinderella," "Snow White" and others assume leading roles. We also debate the themes of violence and abuse in these bedtime stories, and Hollywood refuels that dark discussion with the recent release of "Jack the Giant Slayer," a weakly received PG-13 spinoff of the Grimm brothers' "Jack and the Beanstalk."

Between 2012 and 2014, filmmakers will release about 20 fairytale adaptations for adults. In Germany these tales are a proud source of heritage and reason to ...

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