Congratulations, you found Clue #8! Stories like this one have fed the Jewish desire for pious storytelling for over two centuries. Read the rest of the story on your own and find out how you can rescue the princess.
Around the same time that Hassidism emerged on the scene in Eastern Europe, the Jews of England, France, & Germany encountered another Reform movement: the Enlightenment. Encouraged by Jewish scholars like Moses Mendellsohn & Baruch Spinoza, many Jews wanted to make it easier to be Jewish in a non-Jewish world.
Reform and Orthodox Judaism soon emerged. Conservative Judaism and other movement came a bit later. One of the first leaders of the Orthodox movement was a rabbi named Samson Raphael Hirsch. He wrote a book, claiming to be letters to a Jewish friend who was struggling with his religion, showing the importance of maintaining core aspects of Judaism in a modern world.
Read the opening paragraph of Rabbi Hirsch's Nineteen Letters of Ben Uziel and open the resources column to find the next clue.