Snow-White and Rose-Red

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Snow-White and Rose-Red
"The Two Girls, the Bear, and the Dwarf"
Original Title: Schneeweißchen und Rosenrot
Central Theme: Good actions are rewarded, even if nor by the person towards they are done.
Synopsis: Two sisters shelter a big bear and help an ungrateful dwarf; their niceness and good actions are eventually rewarded.
Genre(s): Folk tale
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Snow-White and Rose-Red (or "Snow-White and Rosy-Red") is a Fairy Tale told by both Charles Perrault and The Brothers Grimm in their fairy tale collections. The oldest known version had the title "The Ungrateful Dwarf".

A poor peasant woman lives in a cabin in the woods. She grows two rose trees in front of her house, one with white roses and one with red. When the flowers bloomed she had two children, both girls. She named them both after the trees, Snow White and Rose Red respectively. They have an adventure involving an evil dwarf, a bear that turns out to be an enchanted prince, the enchanted prince's enchanted brother, and, of course, eventually live happily ever after.

And, no, that Snow White has nothing to do with this story.

Tropes used in Snow-White and Rose-Red include: