The Brothers Grimm and German Nationalism
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This paper compares and contrasts the Grimm brothers' versions of 'Snow White' and 'Cinderella' with French versions of these classic fairy tales, which reveals the Grimms' thematic emphasis on nationalism and vengeance. In contrast to the French versions of these stories, Grimms' versions feature Germanic cultural interpretations regarding the inherent value of nationalism and vengeance. According to this paper, their versions amplify their belief that good people have a moral responsibility to unite together against evil and to seek vengeance for injustices inflicted upon them.
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