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    Hansel and Gretel are the young children of a poor woodcutter. When a great famine settles over the land‚ the woodcutter’s second‚ abusive wife decides to take the children into the woods and leave them there to be by themselves‚ so that she and her husband will not starve to death‚ because the children eat too much. The woodcutter opposes the plan but finally and reluctantly‚ submits to his wife’s scheme. They are unaware that in the children’s bedroom‚ Hansel and Gretel have overheard them. After

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    class‚ The major assignment’ writer’s choice who’s voice’ required us to alter a piece of text and present the planning and thought processes back to the class in an oral presentation. I chose the fairy tales Hansel and Gretel by Brothers Grimm to use as my discussion piece. The brothers Grim are possibly still to this day one of the greatest writers for fairy tales riddles and children’s stories. The brothers we born in 1785 and passed away in the years of 1860-1870. Theses brothers pretty much

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    The fairy tale Hansel and Gretel by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm is a great story for kids because it shows kids that they should be brave‚ protective and have confidents in themselves. Hansel is one of the protagonist in the fairy tale‚ he had many obstacles at a young age‚ like parents leaving him and his sister in the wood by themselves‚ with their lives at stake. Also‚ Hansel is a hero because through his actions he is smart‚ caring‚ and shows leadership. Such as‚ Hansel using his smartness and

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    lessons for all ages. Hansel and Gretel‚ one of the most famous fairy tales written by the Brother’s Grimm‚ has many elements of virtue and character embedded within them. With a psychoanalytical perspective‚ the tale unfolds as a story about loss‚ despair‚ and most importantly being astute in any situation. The story begins with a poor woodcutter’s family in a deep dilemma of the Great Famine. The wicked stepmother persuades the father to abandon his two children Hansel and Gretel in the great forest

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    these situations‚ you’d have to be persistent‚ brave and optimistic. Hansel and Gretel from Hansel and Gretel and David from Big Boy are examples of what it takes to be persistent‚ brave and optimistic. HanselGretel and David has also shown the trait of being knowledgeable. Hansel and Gretel. Near a great forest there lived a poor woodcutter and his wife and his two children; the boy’s name was Hansel and the girl’s Gretel. They had very little to bite or to sup. “What will become of us? We

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    Retelling of the Story Hansel and Gretel Once upon a time there lived a widowed woman with her two young children‚ a boy and a girl named Hansel and Gretel. They live a quiet life in small cottage of simple means nestled at the edge of a beautiful yet mysterious magical forest so very far away. This is their story. Every morning the mother would rise early‚ open the shutters to let the warmth of the sunlight beam into their lovely little home. She would then reach for wood at the

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    of originality appears in the story Hansel and Gretel as well. Hansel and Gretel are interpreted in the story as juvenile delinquents who do not get much of a punishment. Hansel and Gretel are considered as wise children who go through their hardships with wisdom. However‚ in a realistic point of view‚ these children have committed a serious crime. German poet Jesef Wittmann treats this question in his short “Hansel und Gretel” poem (1976) that Hansel and Gretel actually killed the witch by pushing

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    Hansel and Gretel: A Literary Criticism “Hansel and Gretel” is a children’s fairytale that has been passed down through generations for centuries. It has been relayed by many people‚ however the most popular version is by the Grimm Brothers. This story is a representation of the social and economic issues the people of the time period were plagued with. After analyzing the story and reviewing the different types of literary theory‚ it can be said that the Marxist theory is the most logical one when

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    Franisha Lora Mootz S_flmootz@pstcc.edu English 1020 Paper 1 February 28‚ 2008 Word Count: 1088 Words Quoted: 25 Hansel and Gretel Deep‚ deep‚ into a far away forest lived a poor man with his wife and two children. His daughter’s name was Gretel and his son’s name was Hansel. Hansel and Gretel had a wicked stepmother that did not like the children and wanted to get rid of them. The stepmother was very selfish and did not care about the well being of the children at all. The family

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    The story of Hansel and Gretel is about a pair of siblings that get abandoned in the forest by their father and evil step-mother. She disliked her step-children and thought only of herself.. As the story develops‚ Hansel and Gretel encounter an evil witch in the forest whose plan was also mean and malicious. She plotted to feed them well and then eating them. Events occur and the wicked witch is dead. Meaning they will return home only to find out their step mother is also dead. Continuing the story

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