Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs by The Brothers GrimmThe Grimms' version of "Snow White" starts like so many fairy tales, with a conflict within a kingdom. In this rendition, there is a good queen who longs for a child. One day the queen, sewing by an open window, pricks her finger and blood falls on the snow and she wishes: "Would that I had a child ... as white as snow, as red as blood, and as black as the wood of the window frame." Her wish is magically heard and then granted. However, with all wishes comes a price. For the queen, giving birth also took her life.
The king of the story remarries a ‘wicked’ queen, who constantly asks her magic mirror, "Who is the fairest of them all?" One day the mirror answers contrary to the queen's liking and says that Snow White is the fairest of them all. Jealous, the queen sends a huntsman to kill Snow White and to bring back her organs as proof. However he cannot kill her, so he allows her to escape and fools the queen with a boar’s liver instead.
Snow White runs through the forest until she stumbles on the dwelling of the Seven Dwarfs where she finds sanctuary. Meanwhile the mirror tells the queen that Snow White is still alive, causing her to devise a plan to again murder her. The queen makes three attempts to kill the fairest of them all, but she is stopped by the Dwarfs and the Prince each time.
In the end, revenge is received when Snow White marries the prince and becomes his queen. The newlyweds invite the wicked queen to their wedding, to surprise her that Snow White is alive. When she arrives, the wicked queen is given a pair of glowing-hot iron shoes and is forced to dance in the burning soles until she drops dead.