University of Minnesota professor emeritus of German and comparative literature, Jack Zipes, has recently undertaken the task of translating the Original Folk and Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm. Zipes maintains the authentic grisly-ness of the tales, with themes such as teen pregnancy, self-mutilation, murder, and more! Minnesota magazine interviewed Zipes to get an in-depth look at the tales and a preview of the translated edition. Our very own Patrick Arrasmith illustrated this eerie piece to accompany the article which you can check out here!
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