Your Turn: Tell Us a Tale

Wilhelm Grimm reshaped tales to his taste: Be honest, be fair, and do your duty to God and humankind. So have plenty of other editors. Now it's your turn.

Give "The Star-Money" a short, obscure tale—a facelift for the year 2000.

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