300-399 Supernatural Adversaries
300-749 TALES OF MAGIC
I. Arrival at Ogre's House. (a) Children are abandoned by poor parents in a wood (b) but they find their way back by cloth shreds or pebbles that they have dropped; (c) the third time birds eat their breadcrumbs, or grain clue and (d) they wander…
The parents abandon their children in the wood. The gingerbread house. The boy fattened; the witch thrown into the oven. Cf Type 1121. The children acquire her treasure. See analysis: I a, b, c, d; II a, b, d; III.
The dwarf and his brother in the giant's house. The nightcaps of the children are exchanged. Cf Types 700, 1119. See analysis: I e; II; IV.
The wife or daughter are to cook him, but are thrown into the oven themselves. Cf. Type 1121. See analysis: I f; II d.
The children in the ogre's house are protected by his wife but discovered. They are to be hanged, but the ogre is persuaded to show them how it is done. He is released only when he promises them a "kiddelkaddelkar" and much treasure. They flee. The…
Abandoned Children Escape from Burning Barn. Return after long time and astonish parents.
Witch has her tongue made thin by a blacksmith so as to change her voice [F556.2, K1832]. She thus entices the fisher boy [G413].
The daughters are to cook him, but are killed by him. The devil is then killed. With his corpse the robbers are frightened from the tree. [G5184.108.40.206, K3220.127.116.11]. Cf. Type 334.
|450,327A||Giambattista Basile / John Edward Taylor||1848||Italy||English||Nennillo and Nennella|
|327B||Charles Perrault / Andrew Lang||1889||France||English||Little Thumb|
|327B,510A||Madame d'Aulnoy||1697||France||French||Finette Cendron|
|327A||Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm / Margaret Hunt||1884||Germany||English||Hansel and Gretel|
|327C||Asbjørnsen & Moe / George Dasent||1859||Norway||English||Buttercup|
|327B||Asbjørnsen & Moe / George Dasent||1859||Norway||English||Boots and the Troll|
|327A||Božena Němcová||1845||Czech Republic||Czech||Pohádka o perníkové chaloupce|
|327B||Hector MacLean||????||Scotland||English||Maol a chliobain|
|327B,328,1119,531||Giuseppe Pitrè||1870||Italy||Sicilian||Lu cavaddu 'nfatatu|
|327B,328,1119,531||Giuseppe Pitrè||1870||Italy||Sicilian||Lu cuntu di 'na Riggina|
|327B||Emilian Hubac||1874||France||Occitan||La Mairastra|
|327||Fernán Caballero||1877||Spain||Spanish||El zurrón que cantaba|
|327A||Adolfo Coelho||1879||Portugal||Portuguese||Os Meninos Perdidos|
|327B||Adolfo Coelho||1879||Portugal||Portuguese||João Pequenito|