Rapunzel is one of the many tales that was incorporated into the A Grim Brother's tales Volume 1. Latter on the tale started to get revised to remove some of the more sexual elements due to parental backlash. And due to them wanting to appeal to the religious middle class. As a result after the second edition was released latter editions started to censor Rapunzel and other Grimm Tales.

Censorship[edit | edit source]

International Censorship[edit | edit source]

  • The line: The fairy did not discover what was happening until one day Rapunzel said to her, "Frau Gothel, tell me why it is that my clothes are all too tight. They no longer fit me." it was changed to: The sorceress did not notice what was happening until one day Rapunzel said to her, "Frau Gothel, tell me why it is that you are more difficult to pull up than is the young prince, who will be arriving any moment now?"
  • The line: Then she sent Rapunzel into a wilderness where she suffered greatly and where, after a time, she gave birth to twins, a boy and a girl. it was changed to: And she was so unmerciful that she took Rapunzel into a wilderness where she suffered greatly.

Where to find it uncensored[edit | edit source]

The First and Second editions are completely uncensored.

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