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Video Realia : International Fairy Tales – حكايات عالمية

Posted by Mourad Diouri on April 2, 2008

Fairy Tale 1 : Beauty and the Beast – الجميله والوحش

Fairy Tale 2 : The Wolf and the Seven Young Kids – الأرنب و الثعلب

Fairy Tale 1 : Beauty and the Beast – الجميله والوحش

Beauty and the Beast (French: La Belle et la Bête) is a traditional fairy tale. (Wikipedia)
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Fairy Tale 2 : The Wolf and the Seven Young Kids – الأرنب و الثعلب

(Original: Der Wolf und die sieben Geißlein) is a German fairy tale collected by the Brothers Grimm, tale number 5

A mother goat warns her kids to be wary of the wolf and goes off. The wolf comes and claims to be their mother. They tell him his voice is harsh, while hers is soft. He goes and eats a chunk of chalk to make it soft. They tell him his paws are black, while hers are white. He goes to the miller and gets flour on his paws. They let him in, and he, tearing apart the house to find them, eats them all except the youngest, who hid in the clock.

The mother returns to the damage and the youngest emerges. She steps outside, and they find the wolf sleeping, and something struggling in his stomach. They cut him open, and the other six emerge alive. She puts in stones instead. When he wakes, he goes to a well to drink, and the stones drag him in, so he drowns.

More fairy tales stories will be available soon

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