The Seven Ravens is a fairy tale collection written by German brothers, academics, linguists, and cultural researchers Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm. There are two versions of the tale: Greek and German, which are slightly different in some things. The story tells us about a peasant, that has only seven sons. One day a daughter was born, but she is sickly. The father sends his sons to bring some water from a healing spring for her. But they dropped pitcher in the well. When they don’t return, father thinks they gone off to play and curses them so they become ravens. When the sister is grown she attempts to find her brothers.