What famous fairy tale writer was German?
H. C. Andersen
The fairy tale writer was Hans Christian Anderson, who is a very popular Danish fairy-tale writer.
Snow White is a German fairy tale known across much of Europe, and is today one of the most famous fairy tales worldwide. The Brothers Grimm published it in 1812 in the first edition of their collection Grimm's' Fairy Tales. It was titled in German: Sneewittchen (in modern orthography Schneewittchen), and numbered as Tale 53.
Some names of famous fairy tale princesses are Cinderella, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, and Belle.
A classic tale collected by the Brother's Grimm, Hansel and Gretel is indeed a famous Germanic fairy tale.
There are many fairy tails that are told by parents to these children, these can often be made up. There is no way to track a "least famous" fairy tale because there is not a set book on fairy tales.
No it is written by the Brothers Grimm :) it's a German fairy tale, not a swedish one!
Cinderella Cinderella is a famous fairy tale, but I think Snow White is just as famous or perhaps even more famous. I think it's a matter of personal preference. Sleeping Beauty and Beauty and the Beast were famous also.
Hans Christian Andersen.
Lots of people. Anyone can write a fairytale as long as they have a good imagination.
A fairy tale novel is a novel that is about a fairy tale, a novel that takes place in a fairy tale, a novel that has to do with a fairy tale, a novel that is a fairy tale, or a novel that is a fairy tale that may be extended
The Brothers Grimm, of fairy tale fame, were Germans.
No, Spider Man is a fantasy character. Fairy and folktales originally were told, but not written down until much later. Spider Man was created by a specific writer therefore he is a fantasy rather than a fairy tale character.
The Brothers Grimm.
Hans Christian Anderson
Hans Christian Andersen
Rapunzel a German fairy tale and was first published in 1812 as part of Children's and Household Tales. The story was written by the Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, commonly known as the Brothers Grimm.
What is the name of the dwarf in the ancient German fairy tale that lost the bargain to a beautiful queen?
Yes...I have a copy. "Fifty Famous Fairy Stories"...Whitman Publishing Co...Racine Wisconsin 1954 Illustrations by Bruno Frost
yes, it is fairy tale
Prince Charming (most common) Prince Valiant
Hans christian Anderson was one. He wrote the lettle mermaid.
She is from a a famous fairy tale by Hans Christian Anderson. There is a small statue of her in denmarks capital, Copenhagen
a tall tale is a lie a fairy tale is a children's story
Any of the characters in a fairy tale.
A Fairy Tale was created in 1891.
is mickey mouse a fairy tale
Yes, the story "Rapunzel" is a fairy tale.
Fairy tale is Fabula in Latin
Classic Fairy Tale
yes a changed fairy tale
Yes, though a Chinese fairy tale.
No, it is not a fairy tale, but it is a children's story.
Yes it is a fairy tale and not based in reality.
Fairy Tale High was created in 1977.
Ain't No Fairy Tale was created in 2010.
Well, no one will, ever really know because it is a fairy tale, and was passed down for generations! So, we will never really know.
Only if one wanted to add emphasis, or it stands at the Beginning of the sentence or serves as a title: Famous Fairy Tales, for example as the title of an article.
No , because a legend might have happen or not , but a fairy tale is not realistic ( like a fairy , princess , or witch)...
If the fairy tale is also the name of the book then you would underline it. If it is not, then you would use quotes. ex. "Snow White" is a fairy tale in a collection of fairy tales from the Brothers Grimm.
fairy tale in Tagalog: mga kuwentong diwata
a fairy tale should have one pararagraph.
The duration of A Hungarian Fairy Tale is 1.62 hours.
is minnie mouse a fairy tale charcter
In many cases, the difference is the inclusion of technology. You can argue that Star Wars is really a fairy tale, for instance.
either one is fine.
It is a fairy tale that have a moral in it, meaning that it teaches people a moral lesson.
It is a French fairy tale written by Charles Perrault.