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Andersen's Fairy Tales (1872)

par Hans Christian Andersen

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Nightingale tales the story of a lonely Emperor and the captivating songbird that comes to live in his palace. The Emperor is entranced by the sweetness of the nightingale's song until a dazzling mechanical bird with a wind-up song comes between them. The Red Shoes is given a modern setting in the story of Lisa, a little black girl, who learns the value of friendship with help from a pair of magic slippers. The Little Match Girl tells the story of Angela, a homeless child who sells match sticks to survive.… (plus d'informations)
Récemment ajouté parWattleGumLL, bibliothèque privée, ICS_LIbrary, czechcentermuseum, N0valynn, kernsfamily
Bibliothèques historiquesNelson Algren, H.D., Carl Sandburg, Ernest Hemingway
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    Contes de Grimm par Jacob Grimm (sturlington)
    sturlington: Another great collection of fairy tales.
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Veel bekende en minder bekende sprookjes van Andersen in dit boek:
- The garden of paradise
- Little Tiny
- The Fir Tree
- The storks
- Little Ida's Flowers
- the red schoes
- The ugly duckling
- The girl who trod on a loaf
- The bottle neck
- The snow queen
- The marsh King's Daughter
- The wild swans
- Great Claus and Little Claus
- The Sheperdess and the Sweep
- The Bell
- The Angel
- The Nightingale
- Holger the Dane
- The Emperer's new clothes
- The steadfast Tin soldier
- The little match girl
- The Swineherd
- Elder-tree mother
- Hans Clodhopper
- The princess and the pea
- What the good man does is always right
- The roses and the sparrows
- The old street lamp
- The tinder box
  wannabook08 | Sep 30, 2020 |
إن كنت تظن أن حكايات أندرسون موجهة للصغار فقط فاعلم أنك واهم
بعضها مؤلم من أن يقص علي طفل صغير
تمتليء بعبرات رائعة ومعاني عميقة
ميزة أندرسون أنه لم يجمع الحكايات الشعبية مثل الأخوين جريم ولكنها حكايات من تأليفه ماعدا واحدة أو اثنتين بتصرف
هذا الكتاب به 39 حكاية من أصل 150 من أجمل ماكتب
هنا تجد قصة عروس البحر وبائعة الكبريت وملكة الجليد وفرخ البط الدميم وأخرى عرفناها منذ طفولتنا ومازالت عالقة بأذهاننا
هنا بأحداثها الحقيقية المؤلمة في بعض الأحيان والتي تختلف عن نهايات عالم ديزني التي تم تعديلها لتناسب الأطفال
عالم أندرسون عالم رائع وهو حكائي المفضل ( )
  Maaly_Ahmed | Sep 15, 2020 |
Note: The version I read is on DailyLit.com, so this review is for that edition.

This is a classic set of short stories by Hans Christian Andersen. While I was vaguely familiar with some of the tales in this set, most were entirely new to me. Thanks to Disney, we tend to think of fairy tales as having “happily ever after” endings, and that is most definitely not the case with Andersen’s stories. A few do, but plenty also end with death or loss.
While most are short stories, “The Shoes of Fortune” and “The Snow Queen” are both longer pieces. “Shoes” involves a pair of boots that transports the wearer to wherever and whenever they want to be, including whomever they wish to be. One character visits the moon, another becomes a bird, and another goes back to the Middle Ages. This was easily my favorite story of the whole set.
Andersen keeps a playful tone in most of the stories, even the darker ones. In one story, he mentions people reading “a new poem by H. C. Andersen.” I love when authors unabashedly insert themselves into a story. If you’re interested in fairy tales, you should check out this book. ( )
  Jessiqa | Jul 30, 2019 |
Judging from the modern-day way of portraying fairy tales in movies and book retellings, I had assumed they were nearly always dark and full of violence if they were original. Though I also knew that Anderson’s tales have inspired many a classic Disney film (more on that in a minute). But Hans Anderson’s tales actually are not, of course, very dark at all, with almost no violence. True, some do not end happily, even some we think we know pretty well - e.g. the Little Mermaid does not in fact get her prince, but he marries someone else and the little mermaid dies. Some are highly moral while others are completely amoral, like Big Klaus and Little Klaus, where the most successful liar gets all the riches while the equally greedy but more gullible man dies. Most of the stories made lovely bedtime reading for me, it’s been my nightstand book for a few weeks. The stories stray so utterly into the realm of fancy that they are as unpredictable as a dream. Anything can happen, and does. I liked that, especially just before sleep.

I think modern-day Disney needs to do some neoclassical stories and go back to Anderson again. Why, for example, have they not done a story on The Snow Queen? Okay, I just googled it and see that Hallmark, of all things, have done one. But it has all the Disney elements - boy and girl BFFs, an evil spell, the capture of the boy by the Snow Queen (shades of Narnia) - then an epic journey through strange and dangerous lands undertaken by the girl to find him (#Feminism!) resulting in the final showdown in the Snow Queen’s castle… and then they are back home again, all grown up and soon to be married. I mean, what is Disney thinking? It’s ready-made!

All in all, these were fun. I’m ready for the less sunny ones now, and the Brothers Grimm are waiting for me.
2 voter ChocolateMuse | Jul 20, 2017 |
Rated: B+
Wonderful tales told with a child-like perspective. Many of Disney's classics owe a debt to Andersen. ( )
  jmcdbooks | Jan 26, 2016 |
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A soldier came marching along the road, left, right, left, right. (from “The Tinder Box”)
Far out at sea the water is as blue as the bluest cornflower, and as clear as the clearest crystal; but it is very deep, too deep for any cable to fathom, and if many steeples were piled on top of one another they would not reach from the bed of the sea to the surface of the water.
No one in the whole world knows so many stories as Ole Lukoie!
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Nightingale tales the story of a lonely Emperor and the captivating songbird that comes to live in his palace. The Emperor is entranced by the sweetness of the nightingale's song until a dazzling mechanical bird with a wind-up song comes between them. The Red Shoes is given a modern setting in the story of Lisa, a little black girl, who learns the value of friendship with help from a pair of magic slippers. The Little Match Girl tells the story of Angela, a homeless child who sells match sticks to survive.

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