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What the Moon Saw and Other Tales (1866) (Anglais) Relié – 10 septembre 2010

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This collection of literature attempts to compile many of the classic, timeless works that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price, in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .

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Not Exactly What I Remember 30 mars 2010
Par Mithril - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I don't want to ruin anyone's childhood--including my own--but Hans Christian Andersen's tales are dreadful. I loved them as a child, and there are still a few gems in here (although none of his really well-known tales), but for fairy tales had such a huge impact on my childhood, the majority of these are barely worth skimming. There is still some lovely language in the stories, beautiful descriptions and some interesting ideas, but you've got to be far, far more patient than I to get through them.

Also, many of the tales are depressing--and I'm not talking 'some fairy tales have gruesome/non-happy endings,' I mean almost all of them end with someone losing everything they have, dying because the leaf that could heal them was buried with a little girl or tragically watching their love marry someone else. This is even true of stories about inanimate objects!

There is an interactive table of contents. But there used to be pictures that aren't in the kindle version, and the picture-captions are still present, appearing unexpectedly to cause small amounts of confusion (and a wish for the picture itself, alas). Page numbers also appear scattered throughout the text.

All that being said, if you're determined to slog your way through some of Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales, this book contains some forty-five of his stories, both long and short, although most of them are not well-known.

An even more extensive book of Hans Christian Andersen's stories (including all his most popular stories) is Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen, and I can now say that they are far more accessible and readable.
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