Little Snow-White is Fairy tale by The Brothers Grimm, translated by Margaret Hunt in 1884.
A queen gives birth to a daughter named Snow-White. The queen dies in childbirth and the king remarries an evil woman. The step-mother has an enchanted mirror which tells her she is the most beautiful woman in the land until one day Snow-White surpasses her step-mother in beauty. Unable to be satisfied with the child being more beautiful than she the step-mother hires a huntsman to kill Snow-White. The huntsman lets Snow-White go free. Snow-White finds her way to the home of seven dwarfs where she agrees to keep house for the men in exchange for her keep. The step-mother's enchanted mirror gives away Snow-White's location. The tries three times to kill the girl. The third time Snow-White is believed to be dead but a prince wakes her from her sleep. Snow-White marries the prince and the step-mother is killed.
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