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On his return to his hovel, his wife tells him that he should have asked the magical creature to grant him a wish, and so the fisherman returns to the sea to call out to the fish and ask that the lives of the impoverished couple should be transformed - but the better life that ensues is not quite enough for them.
This story of over-reaching greed and ambition is known well in many countries including Germany and Russia, but not so much in the English speaking world.
It's told with the Brothers Grimm's usual insight into human frailty. There was once a fisherman who lived with his wife in a pigsty, close by the seaside.
The fisherman used to go out all day long a-fishing; and one day, as he sat on the shore with his rod, looking at the sparkling waves and watching his line, all of a sudden his float was dragged away deep into the water.
When he reeled in his line, he pulled out a golden fish. But the fish said, "Pray let me live! I am not a real fish.
I am an enchanted prince. Put me in the water again, and let me go! I will have nothing to do with a fish that can talk, so swim away, sir, as soon as you please!
When the fisherman went home to his wife in the pigsty, he told her how he had caught a golden fish, and how it had told him it was an enchanted prince, and how, on hearing it speak, he had let it go again.
Do go back and tell the fish we want a snug little cottage. The fisherman did not much like the business - however, he went to the seashore, and when he got back there the water looked all yellow and green.
Hearken to me! My wife Ilsabill Will have her own will, And hath sent me to beg a gift of thee! She does not like living any longer in the pigsty, and wants a snug little cottage.
There was a courtyard behind, full of ducks and chickens. Everything went right for a week or two, and then Dame Ilsabill said, "Husband, there is not nearly room enough for us in this cottage; the courtyard and the garden are a great deal too small.
I should like to have a large stone castle to live in. Go to the fish again and tell him to give us a castle. The fisherman went, but his heart was very heavy: and when he came to the sea, it looked blue and gloomy, though it was very calm.
He went close to the edge of the waves, and said,. Behind the castle was a garden, and around it was a park half a mile long, full of sheep, goats, hares, and deer; and in the courtyard were stables and cow houses.
The next morning when Dame Ilsabill awoke it was broad daylight, and she jogged the fisherman with her elbow, and said, "Get up, husband, and bestir yourself, for we must be king of all the land.
The fish cannot make you a king? I will be king. This time the sea looked a dark grey colour, and was overspread with curling waves and the ridges of foam as he cried out,.
Then the fisherman went home; and as he came close to the palace he saw a troop of soldiers, and heard the sound of drums and trumpets.
When he went in he saw his wife sitting on a throne of gold and diamonds, with a golden crown upon her head; and on each side of her stood six fair maidens, each a head taller than the other.
Now we shall never have anything more to wish for as long as we live. I am king, it is true; but I begin to be tired of that, and I think I should like to be emperor.
Why should you wish to be emperor? I say I will be emperor. Before her stood princes, dukes, and earls. The fisherman went up to her and said, "Wife, are you emperor?
But when he came to the shore the wind was raging and the sea was tossed up and down in boiling waves. The ships were in trouble, and rolled fearfully upon the tops of the billows.
In the middle of the heavens there was a little piece of blue sky, but towards the south all was red, as if a dreadful storm was rising.
At this sight the fisherman was dreadfully frightened, and he trembled so that his knees knocked together. Still he went down near to the shore, and said,.
Then the fisherman went home, and found Ilsabill sitting on a throne that was two miles high. She had three great crowns on her head, and around her stood all the pomp and power of the church.
On each side of her were two rows of burning lights of all sizes; the greatest as large as the highest and biggest tower in the world, and the least no larger than a small rush light.
Then they went to bed, but Dame Ilsabill could not sleep all night for thinking what she should be next.
At last, as she was dropping asleep, morning broke, and the sun rose. The fisherman was half asleep, but the thought frightened him so much that he started and fell out of bed.
Cannot you be easy with being pope? Go to the fish at once! Then the man went shivering with fear, and as he was going down to the shore a dreadful storm arose, so that the trees and the very rocks shook.
All the heavens became black with stormy clouds, and the lightning played, and the thunders rolled. You might have seen in the sea great black waves, swelling up like mountains with crowns of white foam upon their heads.
The fisherman crept towards the sea, and cried out, as well as he could,. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
People at storynory work hard to please everyone. It may not be to your taste but some may think it is divine. Not other then the fact that i liked the story.
But i also liked how it tought a lesson to others to be thankful for what you have. A very good story!
Colin the carp cant compeare to that fish! Oh and bertie can you tell Colin that no one would want to be the wife of a grumpy carp like him!
Dear Bertie, is the golden fish really under a spell?? I think that the story was very interesting. I loved it. Kima — August 3, Though I think it was cut short.
If I was to ask the golden fish.. If I was to ask that golden fish, I would wish for a new basketball and rollerblades!!!!!!!!! Charmian — September 20, Can we ask for Natasha?
How can we meet with her? If you are in London then anything can be arranged. Bertie — October 29, Thank you for reply.
I am not English and am learning English. Your voice teachs me english. Best Regards. I liked the ending. But it was so long!!!!!!!!!! Also I have the book of Brothers Grimm,what is a pope?
I like storynory,next time I will find another story on storynory. Also we thought the story was almost to long,but we still liked it.
Boy the wife just annoyed us! What story on storynory do you recomend for us next? Hi Maggie and Abbie Thanks for listening to so many stories — You ask for recommendations.
Of the Bertie stories, Bertie and the Lion is quite touching I think. Bertie — December 31, A good story? I downloaded the story and copy to my Mp4, and i listen to it everyday , it did improve my English listening.
Thanks a lot. Choncho — May 3, Thank you. I like this story very much and I really liked the way you told the story. Thank you again. May God bless you!
Dearest colin the hansomest carp,you are much like me I dont like beartie at all dont you agry We diserve more!!!
Dear colin the most hansome carp, I am much like you, wenever I think abought beartie oh, I dont like him one bit!!!
WE both shall be the Pope and Popess. Dear Amy, you obviously have very good judgment and taste. There are too many frog lovers on this site, and not enough appreciation of Carp.
Colin — July 19, THe fisherman is a good person but he is too weak to defend his instincts. Kendra Why should the fisherman have a greedy wife?
Why Bertie, that the fisherman obeyed his wife for when he knows what is right or wrong? I think the end of the story would have been that she will become part of the sun or the moon.
Excellent story. The wife was verry covetous and also she was not grateful for the simple cottage the fish had granted them.
The Fisherman was kind to put the fish back into the sea and was happy not to ask anything of the fish. Great moral to not be greedy.
Thanks for another wonderful tale. To be mature, not childish. Cinderella has only three wishes. Ilsabill has more than three wishes.
ThomasL — October 20, The golden fish was magical and wonderful. In the end, she wanted so much power that she lost everything.
A great tale. I think the Golden fish is reliable,responsible and does the right thing when the fisherman comes demanding the things his greedy wife wants.
He is magical and a beautiful golden colour. The Fish gets fed up with the ridiculous demands and teaches them a lesson. Oh Natasha thank u soooooooooo much for your wonderful stories.
You make them sooo exciting with ur nice voice. Go on please. U make people, especially kids soooo happy.. I love your voice and your stories.
Dear storynory,I thought of this story while listening to your story The Golden Fish. I have hopes that you will publish it and put it in the one-offs.
If you succeed then you can marry the most beautiful and talented fish lady in all the land and water masses. He found the serpent sleeping in its lair.
He killed it swiftly in its slumber and brought its head home with him. The king was overjoyed and hung the wicked serpents head over his bed.
Their was much rejoicing until Colin suddenly remembered his princess! After two weeks he was down to two lovely fishes: Zela and Hortence.
He piked Zela and Hortence called him lots of rude names. By the Song dynasty AD — , the selective domestic breeding of goldfish was firmly established.
By this time, people outside the imperial family were forbidden to keep goldfish of the gold yellow variety, yellow being the imperial color.
This is probably the reason why there are more orange goldfish than yellow goldfish, even though the latter are genetically easier to breed.
During the Ming dynasty — , goldfish also began to be raised indoors,  which permitted selection for mutations that would not be able to survive in ponds.
In , goldfish were introduced to Japan. During the s, goldfish were highly regarded in southern Europe because of their metallic scales, and symbolized good luck and fortune.
It became a tradition for married men to give their wives a goldfish on their first anniversary, as a symbol for the prosperous years to come. This tradition quickly died, as goldfish became more available, losing their status.
Goldfish were first introduced to North America around and quickly became popular in the United States. Goldfish have one of the most studied senses of vision in fishes.
The ability to distinguish between four different primary colors classifies them as tetrachromats. Goldfish have one of the most studied senses of hearing in fish.
Goldfish have strong associative learning abilities, as well as social learning skills. In addition, their visual acuity allows them to distinguish between individual humans.
Owners may notice that fish react favorably to them swimming to the front of the glass, swimming rapidly around the tank, and going to the surface mouthing for food while hiding when other people approach the tank.
Over time, goldfish learn to associate their owners and other humans with food, often "begging" for food whenever their owners approach.
Goldfish that have constant visual contact with humans also stop considering them to be a threat. After being kept in a tank for several weeks, sometimes months, it becomes possible to feed a goldfish by hand without it shying away.
Goldfish have a memory-span of at least three months and can distinguish between different shapes, colors and sounds. Goldfish are gregarious, displaying schooling behavior, as well as displaying the same types of feeding behaviors.
Goldfish may display similar behaviors when responding to their reflections in a mirror. Goldfish have learned behaviors, both as groups and as individuals, that stem from native carp behavior.
They are a generalist species with varied feeding, breeding, and predator avoidance behaviors that contribute to their success.
As fish, they can be described as "friendly" towards each other. Very rarely does a goldfish harm another goldfish, nor do the males harm the females during breeding.
The only real threat that goldfish present to each other is competing for food. Commons , comets , and other faster varieties can easily eat all the food during a feeding before fancy varieties can reach it.
This can lead to stunted growth or possible starvation of fancier varieties when they are kept in a pond with their single-tailed brethren.
As a result, care should be taken to combine only breeds with similar body type and swim characteristics. In the wild, the diet of goldfish consists of crustaceans , insects , and various plant matter.
Like most fish, they are opportunistic feeders and do not stop eating on their own accord. Overfeeding can be deleterious to their health, typically by blocking the intestines.
This happens most often with selectively bred goldfish, which have a convoluted intestinal tract. When excess food is available, they produce more waste and feces , partly due to incomplete protein digestion.
Overfeeding can sometimes be diagnosed by observing feces trailing from the fish's cloaca. Goldfish-specific food has less protein and more carbohydrate than conventional fish food.
Enthusiasts may supplement this diet with shelled peas with outer skins removed , blanched green leafy vegetables , and bloodworms. Young goldfish benefit from the addition of brine shrimp to their diet.
As with all animals, goldfish preferences vary. Goldfish may only grow to sexual maturity with enough water and the right nutrition. Most goldfish breed in captivity, particularly in pond settings.
Breeding usually happens after a significant temperature change, often in spring. Males chase gravid female goldfish females carrying eggs , and prompt them to release their eggs by bumping and nudging them.
Goldfish, like all cyprinids , are egg-layers. Their eggs are adhesive and attach to aquatic vegetation, typically dense plants such as Cabomba or Elodea or a spawning mop.
The eggs hatch within 48 to 72 hours. Within a week or so, the fry begins to assume its final shape, although a year may pass before they develop a mature goldfish color; until then they are a metallic brown like their wild ancestors.
In their first weeks of life, the fry grow quickly—an adaptation born of the high risk of getting devoured by the adult goldfish or other fish and insects in their environment.
Some highly selectively bred goldfish can no longer breed naturally due to their altered shape. The artificial breeding method called "hand stripping" can assist nature, but can harm the fish if not done correctly.
In captivity, adults may also eat young that they encounter. Breeding goldfish by the hobbyist is the process of selecting adult fish to reproduce, allowing them to reproduce and then raising the resulting offspring while continually removing fish that do not approach the desired pedigree.
Selective breeding over centuries has produced several color variations, some of them far removed from the " golden " color of the original fish.
There are also different body shapes, and fin and eye configurations. Some extreme versions of the goldfish live only in aquariums —they are much less hardy than varieties closer to the "wild" original.
However, some variations are hardier, such as the Shubunkin. Currently, there are about breeds recognized in China. Chinese tradition classifies goldfish into four main types.
Where it was believed for some time that Prussian carp Carassius gibelio were the closest wild relative of the goldfish.
Juvenile crucian carp have a black spot on the base of the tail, which disappears with age. Like their wild ancestors, common and comet goldfish as well as Shubunkin can survive, and even thrive, in any climate that can support a pond, whereas fancy goldfish are unlikely to survive in the wild as their bright colors and long fins make them easy prey.
Goldfish can hybridize with certain other Carassius as well as other species of carp. Within three breeding generations, the vast majority of the hybrid spawn revert to the wild type color.
Koi and common carp may also interbreed with goldfish to produce sterile hybrids. Like most species in the carp family, goldfish produce a large amount of waste both in their feces and through their gills , releasing harmful chemicals into the water.
Build-up of this waste to toxic levels can occur in a relatively short period of time, and can easily cause a goldfish's death.
The water surface area determines how much oxygen diffuses and dissolves into the water. A general rule is have 1 square foot 0.
Active aeration by way of a water pump , filter or fountain effectively increases the surface area. The goldfish is classified as a coldwater fish , and can live in unheated aquaria at a temperature comfortable for humans.
However, rapid changes in temperature for example in an office building in winter when the heat is turned off at night can kill them, especially if the tank is small.
Care must also be taken when adding water, as the new water may be of a different temperature. However, higher temperatures may help fight protozoan infestations by accelerating the parasite 's life-cycle—thus eliminating it more quickly.
Like all fish, goldfish do not like to be petted. In fact, touching a goldfish can endanger its health, because it can cause the protective slime coat to be damaged or removed, exposing the fish's skin to infection from bacteria or water-born parasites.
However, goldfish respond to people by surfacing at feeding time, and can be trained or acclimated to taking pellets or flakes from human fingers.
The reputation of goldfish dying quickly is often due to poor care. If left in the dark for a period of time, goldfish gradually change color until they are almost gray.
Fish have cells called chromatophores that produce pigments which reflect light, and give the fish coloration. The color of a goldfish is determined by which pigments are in the cells, how many pigment molecules there are, and whether the pigment is grouped inside the cell or is spaced throughout the cytoplasm.
Because goldfish eat live plants, their presence in a planted aquarium can be problematic. Only a few aquarium plant species for example Cryptocoryne and Anubias can survive around goldfish, but they require special attention so that they are not uprooted.
Plastic plants are more durable. Goldfish are popular pond fish, since they are small, inexpensive, colorful and very hardy.
In an outdoor pond or water garden , they may even survive for brief periods if ice forms on the surface, as long as there is enough oxygen remaining in the water and the pond does not freeze solid.
Common, London and Bristol shubunkins, jikin, wakin, comet and some hardier fantail goldfish can be kept in a pond all year round in temperate and subtropical climates.
Moor, veiltail, oranda and lionhead can be kept safely in outdoor ponds year-round only in more tropical climates and only in summer elsewhere.
Ponds small and large are fine in warmer areas although it ought to be noted that goldfish can "overheat" in small volumes of water in the summer in tropical climates.
During winter, goldfish become sluggish, stop eating and often stay on the bottom of the pond. This is normal; they become active again in the spring.
Unless the pond is large enough to maintain its own ecosystem without interference from humans, a filter is important to clear waste and keep the pond clean.
Plants are essential as they act as part of the filtration system, as well as a food source for the fish.
Plants are further beneficial since they raise oxygen levels in the water. Compatible fish include rudd , tench , orfe and koi , but the latter require specialized care.
Ramshorn snails are helpful by eating any algae that grows in the pond. Without some form of animal population control , goldfish ponds can easily become overstocked.
Fish such as orfe consume goldfish eggs. Like some other popular aquarium fish, such as the guppy , goldfish and other carp are frequently added to stagnant bodies of water to reduce mosquito populations.
They are used to prevent the spread of West Nile virus , which relies on mosquitoes to migrate. However, introducing goldfish has often had negative consequences for local ecosystems.
Fishbowls are detrimental to the health of goldfish and are prohibited by animal welfare legislation in several municipalities.
In addition, all goldfish varieties have the potential to reach 5 inches Single-tailed varieties include common and comet goldfish.
In many countries, carnival and fair operators commonly give goldfish away in plastic bags as prizes. In late Rome banned the use of goldfish and other animals as carnival prizes.
Rome has also banned the use of "goldfish bowls", on animal cruelty grounds,  as well as Monza, Italy, in In Japan , during summer festivals and religious holidays ennichi , a traditional game called goldfish scooping is played, in which a player scoops goldfish from a basin with a special scooper.
Sometimes bouncy balls are substituted for goldfish. Although edible and closely related to some fairly widely eaten species, goldfish are rarely eaten.
A fad among American college students for many years was swallowing goldfish as a stunt and as a fraternity initiation process.
The first recorded instance was in at Harvard University. In Iran and among the international Iranian diaspora , goldfish are a traditional part of Nowruz celebrations.
Some animal advocates have called for boycotts of goldfish purchases, citing industrial farming and low survival rates of the fish.
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