Fairy tales, it seems, are no stranger to our lives.
The stories told in them are full of adventure, romance, love and magic, and they’ve been around for a long time.
We’ve been fascinated by them since the very beginning.
In the 19th century, the British writer Edward Bulwer-Lytton created his first book of fairy tales entitled The Adventures of Little Red Riding Hood.
He went on to write more than 30 fairy tales over the next 100 years.
The list below is a selection of the best fairy tales from the 19-century period.
The list is a work in progress.
The stories below are all published by the BBC, which is also the owner of the rights to some of the fairy tales.
The BBC owns the rights of the stories, but you can still see them on other websites.
Here are some of our favorites:Alfred Lord Tennyson’s “The Witches” (1894)This is one of the great English fairy tales of all time.
In the original version, the witch who lives in a tower goes to visit a princess, only to be turned away.
The young girl, however, comes down to meet her.
The story of how the girl finds the witch in a castle is a classic of the genre, and the fairy tale is about a woman coming to terms with her feelings.
The story also features the famous “taming of the swan” scene, in which the young girl takes on the form of a swan to rescue her brother.
Alfie Booth’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” (1930)The story is a fairy tale of love and loss.
In this tale, the two young lovers meet on a rainy night.
They fall in love and live happily ever after.
When their love is betrayed, the young lovers embark on a perilous journey across the ocean.
The love of the couple and the story’s ending are both very bittersweet.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s “Faust” (1900)This story is one that you may recognize if you’ve ever watched “Fairy Tales of Chiang Mai.”
The young boy is an orphan, and he’s living on a farm.
The farm is a place where the poor and the elderly live.
The rich people are also living there, but the poor don’t have any money and are forced to work.
The young boy and his friends come across a strange creature.
When they try to help it, they discover that it has the power to change people’s minds.
They come across the fairy queen and her servant.
Faust was the first fairy tale written by an American author and features a fairytale hero.
This story is often considered one of Goethes most famous.
It’s the origin of many of the famous fairy tale characters.
This story tells the story of a beautiful girl who comes to a village for a short time.
She soon discovers that the village has no more good and evil people, and is suddenly taken by a demon.
The girl finds herself transformed into a demon as a punishment for the evil deeds she committed.
The “Faerie Queen” and her “servant” have long been associated with Goethe.
They have appeared in other fairy tales including the story “A Man and a Girl.”
The “Faeries” were the original inhabitants of the village, but later, the villagers would migrate to other villages to live and work.
Faery tales have always been popular with children, who are drawn to them because they offer them the chance to learn more about themselves.
The tales also provide a fun escape from reality and can help people cope with difficult life circumstances.
Jung Fu master Yun Lee and his students have written some of his most famous stories, including “The Prince and the Pauper” and “The Little Mermaid.”
Jung Lee, a famous Chinese martial arts expert, and his student, the Chinese-born Japanese martial artist Yuriko Takasugi, wrote a series of fairy stories in the 1960s.
Their “Faery Princess” is considered the first to be published in the United States.
The book was released in China in 1962, and was the inspiration for the 1980 film adaptation.
In 1972, Yuriri Matsumoto published “The Fairy Princess” as a book that was translated into English.
Matsumotos original fairy tale inspired “Faeria” in the 1980s, and inspired “The Wicked Witch of the West.”
The stories by J.R.
R Tolkien and Arthur Conan Doyle are among the most beloved of all fantasy authors.
T.H. White, who created “Lord of the Rings” and is best known for writing “The Hobbit,” has many fairy tales that were inspired by Tolkien.
The fairy tale “The Snow Queen” by Mary Wollstonecraft was published in 1878, and tells the tale of a woman who falls