Wilhelm Hauff was a German poet and novelist best known for his fairy tales. Considering his brief life, Hauff was an extraordinarily prolific writer. The freshness and originality of his talent, his inventiveness, and his genial humour have won him a high place among the southern German prose writers of the early nineteenth century. This book contains: - The Severed Hand. - The Cold Heart. - The Little Glass Man. - The Story Of The Caliph Stork. - The Story Of Little Muck. - Nose, The Dwarf. - How The Stories Were Found.