#430011

Anonymous

I just saw it was a Lower Sorbian translation you mentioned, so that would be Cerwjenawka, with C and not Č. In Upper Sorbian it is Čerwjenawka. But the English translation there looks to me as if it was almost literal from the brothers Grimm version, so I take it the Lower Sorbian variant is a literal translation, too.

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