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ONCE upon a time there dwelled on the outskirts of a large forest a poor woodcutter with his wife and two children; the boy was called Hansel, and the girl Gretel. He always had little enough to live on, and once, when times were bad, they had to get by with one piece of bread and butter each. How are we to feed our poor children, now that we have nothing more for ourselves? The wild beasts would soon come and tear them to pieces. The children, too, had not been able to sleep for hunger, and had heard what their stepmother had said to their father. The moon was shining clearly, and the white pebbles which lay in front of the house glittered like bits of silver. Hansel bent down and filled his pocket with as many of them as he could cram in.
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Progress: 1 of 10 questions. In the beginning of the story, what does the woodcutter lay in bed worrying about? Progress: 2 of 10 questions. Whose idea is it to leave the children in the woods? Progress: 3 of 10 questions. Why were Hansel and Gretel not able to find their way home after being left in the woods?
Once in a time, nearby the large forest, a poor woodcutter lived with his wife and two children. The children were always neglected by their step-mother. There was the scarcity of food and famine in the region, so their father was unable to give food to the children. The step-mother was cruel and unkind to the children. That is why the stepmother made a plan to leave the children in the forest and for that reason she compelled her husband to leave the children in the forest. They were suffering from hunger. The boy Hansel was very clever and he had gone out at night, filled his pocket with pebbles so as to scatter in the way of their trip to the forests.
The Wolf and Seven Kids can be used an example of a relationship between legends and first fairy tales. Hansel and Gretel sometimes Grethel is a famous fairy tale from the collection of brothers Grimm. It has amazing history and offers many astonishing interpretations. We'll start with short summary and slowly delve into its rich symbolism. Hansel and Gretel is an old story with always fresh messages talking about our deepest fears. Fill your pockets with some nice white pebbles, take a piece of bread and come with us in the deep deep woods!