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sneak more man 3i DooKS. I ne so made a name for themselves as king their livelihoods by speaking r of democratic reform. But in their they retreated from politics and concentrate on writing the German one of the most ambitious schol s of 19th-century Europe. hers did not live to finish the dic o see the fulfillment of their abiding founding in 1871 of the German helm died of an infection in 1859 at 73. Jacob in his eulogy bestowed loved Wilhelm the name Mdrchen "fairy-tale brother." Jacob died later. He had just finished writing The Brothers Grimm, for the final fai in their collection, chose a short, part tale called "The Golden Key'"A poor bc out into a wintry forest to collect woo sled. In the snow he finds a tiny key and an iron box. The boy inserts the key. He it. He lifts the lid. That is where the story ends. For or brothers avoid a tidy ending. Instead, the issued a golden invitation, since accep countless readers, to open the brothers with the key of the imagination. Onl can readers discover what wonderful await them. Read tales from the Brothers Grimm and r www.nationalgeographic.com/grirnnmm.