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Hans Christian Andersen , Noel Daniel , Jean Hersholt
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Book by Andersen Hans Christian

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  • Relié: 320 pages
  • Editeur : Taschen GmbH (22 octobre 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 3836526751
  • ISBN-13: 978-3836526753
  • Dimensions du produit: 26,3 x 21,2 x 3,5 cm
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Un classique! 2 décembre 2013
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Une très belle édition avec des illustrations provenant d'anciennes éditions. A mettre à côté du premier volume dédié aux Frères Grimm.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Perfect for kids! 12 décembre 2013
Par book lover - Publié sur Amazon.com
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There are lots of compilations of Hans Christian Andersen stories out there. In my opinion, this Taschen compilation is one of the best for kids. I decided to buy this book because I already have the Taschen edition of Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm. This book has lived up to what I've come to expect from Taschen: good translations, fabulous illustrations, good quality paper and (in my opinion), good binding.

This Taschen edition compiled by Noel Daniels contains the following stories:

The Old Man is Always Right
The Darning Needle (illustrated by Maurice Sendak)
The Princess and the Pea
The Farmyard Cock and the Weather Cock
Twelve by Mail Coach
The Nightingale
The Little Mermaid
The Steadfast Tin Soldier
The Snowqueen
The Swineheard
The Emperor's New Clothes
The Flea and the Professor
Thumbelina
Little Ida's Flowers
The Tinderbox
The Sweethearts
Ole' Shut Eye
Five Peas in a Pod
The Ugly Duckling
The Sheperdess and the Chimney Sweep (illustrated by Kay Nielson)
The Flying Trunk
The Little Match Girl
The Tinderbox
The Pen and the Inkstand

*****AN EXCERPT FROM THIS BOOK*****
One thing that I always want to know before I buy a book of fairy tales is how well it is translated. Unfortunately, at the time of my review, you can't see inside the Taschen edition. Here is an excerpt from the very beginning of the Snow Queen Story:

"Now Then! We will begin. When the story is done, you shall know a great deal more than you do now. He was a terribly bad hobgoblin, a goblin of the very wickedest sort, and in fact, he was the Devil himself. One day, the Devil was in very good humor because he had just finished a mirror that had this very peculiar power: Everything good and beautiful that was reflected in it seemed to dwindle to almost nothing at all, while everything that was worthless and ugly became the most conspicuous and even uglier than ever. In the mirror, the loveliest landscape looked like boiled spinach....."

****COMPARISON OF THIS BOOK AND THE ANNOTATED HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSON AND THE CALLA EDITION****

If you're looking into buying this edition, then you also might be considering the "Annotated Hans Christian Andersen" compiled by Marie Tatar or the Calla edition of Hans Christian Andersen. All three of these books are high quality publications with great illustrations and good bindings. However, I think they all serve different purposes.

The books that I am comparing this to are the following:
The Annotated Hans Christian Andersen (The Annotated Books)
Stories from Hans Christian Andersen (Calla Editions)

First off, let's take the Calla edition. I decided not to go with the Calla edition because the translation sounds more archaic to me. You can see for yourself. The excerpt that I quoted in this review can be directly compared to the Calla edition if you "look inside" the Calla edition. The illustrations by Edmund Dulac in the Calla edition are beautiful, though, and the binding and paper quality is probably even better than the Taschen edition.

For me, the harder choice is between the "Annotated Hans Christian Andersen" and this Taschen edition, particularly because I like the both translations. Both of them have the important stories: The Emperor's New Clothes, The Snow Queen, The Princess and the Pea, The Nightingale, The Ugly Duckling, The Little Mermaid, The Tinderbox, Thumbelina, the Little Match Girl, the Steadfast Tin Soldier and Ole Shut Eye and the Flying Trunk (which Tatar said was for adults). Unfortunately, there is one story that my kids love that is missing in the Taschen edition: The Wild Swans. You can find that one in the Annotated Hans Christian Andersen. However, the "Annotated Hans Christian Andersen" doesn't have Five Peas in a Pod and the Taschen edition does.

The "Annotated Hans Christian Andersen" is aimed more at adults. While I do read out loud to the children from that book, I *do not* give it to them to read to themselves. It is divided into two sections: one for adults, and one for children, so some of the stories in there are inappropriate for children. Also, the "Annotated Hans Christian Andersen" devotes a lot of space to footnotes and annotations. *I* find it fascinating. *I* love to read the background and the insight. However, my children do not find it interesting.

I think the illustrations in both books are beautiful, though I personally prefer the Taschen illustrations. The Taschen edition has a wider selection of artists, everything from Two Color Drawings by Katherine Beverly for the Snow Queen to Paper Cuts by Hertha List. There are artists that you might already know about like Maurice Sendak and Kay Nielson. My favorite artist was one that I had never heard of before: Heinrich Strub's watercolors for the Tinder Box. Also, out of three books that I'm mentioning, the Taschen edition seems to devote more space to illustrations.

All in all, to me, the Taschen edition, with it's strong translation and bright, vibrant pictures, is the clear winner when you're buying Hans Christian Andersen stories for children.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Beautiful but problematic 6 février 2014
Par C. Hermans - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I agree with much of what is in the longer and stronger reviews, but have some reservations. The production, with the illustrations from many different sources, is magnificent. From that point of view it is a book that one might still have as an adult to read to one’s children and grandchildren – and to one’s self. In fact, I still have my own beautifully illustrated Dutch translation (Scheltema & Holkema, Amsterdam, fourth printing, not dated – but I am 80 years old).
To me, the language of the English translation is not as strong as that of the Dutch (I wish I could compare with the Danish original).
Here is the first sentence of the story of the emperor and the nightingale.
First from my own old copy, translated almost word for word: “In China, as you may know, the emperor is a Chinese and all the people, who he has around him, are also Chinese.”
The present work has, “The emperor of China is a Chinaman, as you most likely know, and everyone around him is a Chinaman.”
The denouement of this review is that I bought the book to take as a present for the small children of a former Chinese student who now lives in Hong Kong, when I visit him next month. That is no longer an option; rather than return the book, I will paste “Chinese” over “Chinaman” and give the book to my littlest grandchildren.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Simply Magnificent 22 décembre 2013
Par Sands Fronteyaire - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This compilation is satisfying on many levels. The care that has gone into the creation of this book is beyond question. The richly dyed clothe exterior makes it pleasing to the eye and to the touch. Between its covers, Noel Daniel has assembled a thoughtful selection of stories and illustrations. The book has something for everyone. Children will love the large, colorful pictures and the readable translation. Adults will enjoy the historical context (in the general introduction, the story introductions, and the illustrator biographies) and the diversity of the art-work, which spans three centuries of well-known and lesser-known artists from around the globe. Great on a coffee table or on the kid’s shelf, the book is a wonderful source for dinner conversation and bed-time story telling. I highly recommend it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Spectacular Journey to Fairyland 10 décembre 2013
Par Grandparents of Three - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
For a spectacular journey to the land of fairy tales, The Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen is a must. The book itself is stunningly beautiful with its compelling design, true color, and quality of prints and silhouettes, featuring the creativity of twenty-four artists. In reading to our children and grandchildren, we have always been intrigued by the tale of "The Princess and the Pea." Seeing the print of that favorite tale on the cover, we opened the book right away. All is captivating in presentation, and in the retelling, the tales are lyrically written. There is a pleasing unity given to this collection of tales by the use throughout of silhouettes commissioned especially for the book. Interestingly, while reading the Editor's Note by editor Noel Daniel, we were surprised and pleased to discover that "one of the recurring motifs in Andersen's tales is the simple green pea" (!) ....an apt metaphor for the imagination of a child. Sufficiently nourished, it will seek the sun. May this book be part of the journey." The beauty, creativity and compelling renditions of Andersen's tales combine to nourish, entertain, and lead the way into a land of rich imagination amidst enchanting surroundings!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Stymied for a gift? 15 juin 2014
Par Sharon L. Beatty - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié|Achat vérifié
Wonderful and complete collection. Bought one for my grandmother at a museum gift store. It is so well written and so beautifully illustrated that I needed one for myself. I would recommend it as a gift for every, grandchild --even the older child in each of us.
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