16 Facts About Snow White


Snow White's new wife is a very beautiful, but vain and wicked woman who practices witchcraft.

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Snow White's becomes envious, and from that moment on, her heart turns against Snow White, whom the queen grows to hate increasingly with time.

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Snow White's wakes up and explains to them about her stepmother's attempt to kill her, and the dwarfs take pity on her and let her stay with them in exchange for a job as a housemaid.

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Snow White grows into an absolutely lovely, fair and beautiful young maiden.

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The queen is furious when she learns that Snow White used her wits to fake her death, and decides to kill the girl herself.

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Snow White is hesitant to accept it, so the queen cuts the apple in half, eating the white half and giving the red poisoned half to Snow White; the girl eagerly takes a bite and then falls into a coma or appearing to be dead, causing the Queen to think she has finally triumphed.

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All of a sudden, while Snow White is being transported, one of the prince's servants trips and loses his balance.

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Queen, believing herself finally to be rid of Snow White, asks again her magic mirror who is the fairest in the land.

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Karlheinz Bartels, a pharmacist and scholar from Lohr am Main, a town in northwestern Bavaria, created a tongue-in-cheek theory that Snow White was Maria Sophia Margarethe Catharina, Baroness von und zu Erthal, born in 1725.

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In 2013, the United States Patent and Trademark Office issued a trademark to Disney Enterprises, Inc for the name "Snow White" that covers all live and recorded movie, television, radio, stage, computer, Internet, news, and photographic entertainment uses, excluding literary works of fiction and nonfiction.

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Principal studies of traditional Snow White variants are Ernst Boklen's, Schneewittchen Studien of 1910, which reprints fifty Snow White variants, and studies by Steven Swann Jones.

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Snow White's then dies by falling down a cliff and being crushed by a boulder, after the dwarfs had chased her through the forest.

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Sometimes the heroine's protectors are female instead of male, as in The Cruel Stepmother, a variant collected by Angelo de Gubernatis in which, like in the Grimm's version, Snow White's counterpart, called here Caterina, is the daughter of a king, and the antagonist is her stepmother, who orders her servants to kill her stepdaughter after she hears people commenting how much prettier Caterina is than she.

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Snow White's is convinced by a demon with a spider head that if her daughter dies, she will become beautiful.

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Snow White's turns her daughter into a bird, and she takes her place.

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Thomas William Thompson collected an English version from Blackburn simply titled Snow White which follows Grimm's plot much more closely, although with some significant differences, such as Snow White being taken in by three robbers instead of seven dwarfs.

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