Grimms brothers Jacob and Wilhelm published Kinder-und Hausmärchen in 1812. The collection of 50 fairy tales included "Aschenputtel," which followed a Cinderella much darker than Perrault's. In their version of the tale, a tree is planted on Cinderella's mother's grave, and magical doves help her instead of a fairy godmother. In the end, the ugly stepsisters are punished by birds from the tree who peck their eyes out.
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