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Readers also enjoyed. Short Stories. About Wilhelm Hauff. Wilhelm Hauff. Wilhelm Hauff was a German poet and novelist best known for his fairy tales. Hauff had a narrative and inventive gift and sense of form; he wrote with ease, combining narrative themes of others with his own. His work shows a pleasant, often spirited, wit.
There is a stron Wilhelm Hauff was a German poet and novelist best known for his fairy tales. There is a strong influence of E. Similar volumes followed in and His novellas, which were collected posthumously in Novellen , 3 vol. Books by Wilhelm Hauff. Related Articles. What Happened to Offred? Thirty-four years after the publication of her dystopian classic, The Handmaid's Tale, Atwood returns to continue the story of Offred.
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It was published in in a collection of fairy tales that take place within the narrative of The Spessart Inn. It formed the basis for the East German film Heart of Stone , released in Despite taking over his late father's charcoal factory , Peter Marmot, who goes by the name Coal-marmot Peter, is not content with the dirty, exhausting, low-paying and low-status work. He dreams of prosperity and prestige. Then he hears about a forest spirit living in the Black Forest , the little glass-imp, who also goes by the name of Schatzhauser. The glass-imp grants three wishes to every person born on a Sunday between 11 am and 2 pm, just as Peter Marmot was, but he needs to be summoned with a specific poem. During the search for the little glass-imp, Peter comes across another forest spirit, the enormous and dangerous Dutch-Mike, who haunts the forest as an evil sorcerer on stormy nights.
Heart of Stone (German fairy tale)