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This is not the Hazel and Gretel you grew up reading. In fact, it turns the original version on its head. From the witch's perspective, it makes you question everything you thought you knew about those two children tossed out by their parents.
Short Story | Updated Jul 9, 2014 | Reads: 20 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
Suddenly, Something caught her eye. A black cloud of smoke. Sniffing the air she came to a realization. The woodsman was west down the mountain, and he didnâ€™t have enough firewood to produce that big of smoke. Renee had gotten close enough to see that. As far as she knew, no one else was...
By Iva Stone Adair
Hansel and Gretel from the view of the witch.
By Read And Write
The witch's version of Hansel and Gretel
By Gemma Hyde
A twist on the Hansel & Gretel fairy tale.
I wrote this for GCSE Prose back in 2010.
Short Story | Updated Feb 14, 2013 | Reads: 19 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Jett Watson
This is a story I wrote two or three years ago. It was originally a 6-page writing assignment --
Helam and Gwen, code names for Hansel and Gretel, find their last remaining parent to be gravely ill. The two siblings journey to find a cure while facing the unnatural dangers of 'the woods.'What they don't realize is that they've faced one of the dangers once before when they were young. And...
Claire and Logan are abused by their parents and then driven to the middle of nowhere and left there.
*for nickystoke's fairytales contest*
Short Story | Updated May 1, 2011 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 5
By Indiana Fischer
This piece stemmed from an assignment I was given--I was supposed to take a classic folk or fairy tale and create a new version of it. I landed first on Hansel and Gretel, then decided it's ripe for a hard boiled detective narrative. This is what came out of it.