(1793 - 1839)
Edgar Taylor was a British solicitor and author of legal, historical, literary works and translations. He helped translate the Brothers Grimm into English.
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This is a retitled version of the third edition of the Edgar Taylor translation of Grimm. It dispensed with the academic apparatus and included additional illustrations by Ludwig Grimm. The image above is from a later printing. Read online at Hathitrust.
German Popular Stories (2012)
A reprint of the 1868 omnibus edition.
This is the first volume of Grimms’ tales to be translated into English. The title page above is from the third edition. The scan is from a facsimile published in 1904 which is actually from the second issue as there are dots over the "ä" in Märchen. Read online at Hathitrust.
This second collection from Grimm includes a few tales from other sources. There is no list of tales but it begins with The Goose Girl and ends with The Juniper Tree. The image above is from a facsimile printed in 1904. Read online at Hathitrust.