'On the way, Hansel broke his bread in his pocket, and, stooping every now and then, dropped a crumb upon the path.'
'...the cottage was made of bread and cakes, and the window-panes were of clear sugar.'
"I will eat a piece of the roof, and you can eat the window."
"Tip-tap, tip-tap, who raps at my door?"
'Hansel thought the roof tasted very nice, and so her tore off a great piece; while Gretel broke a large round pane out of the window, and sat down quite contentedly.'
'The old woman behaved very kindly to them, but in reality she was a wicked who waylaid children, and built the bread-house in order to entice them in...'
'Witches have red eyes, and cannot see far; but they have a fine sense of smelling, like wild beasts, so that they know when children approach them.'
'...she intended when Gretel got in to shut up the oven and let her bake, so that she might eat her as well as Hansel.'
'...Gretel gave her a push, so that she fell right in, and then shutting the iron door she bolted it.'
'Oh! how horribly she howled...'
"Hansel, we are saved; the old witch is dead!"
'Then they began to run, and, bursting into the house, they fell upon their Father's neck. He had not had one happy hour since he had left the children in the forest: and his wife was dead.'
'Then all their sorrows were ended, and they lived together in great happiness.'
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