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Stories from Hans Andersen (Anglais) Relié – avril 1979

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With Illustrations by Edmund Dulac --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Gorgeous reproduction of the classic - Calla Editions books are worth every penny! 8 décembre 2009
Par Z Hayes - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I loved the Calla Editions' issue of Poe's stories, and when I saw this particular edition, I knew it would give me immense pleasure. It certainly has! The book is larger than a regular hardcover, I would call it an oversized book. This 2008 Calla deluxe edition is an unabridged republication of "Stories from Hans Andersen", originally published by Hodder & Stoughton, New York, and London, in 1911. The paper is of heavy stock, one can literally feel the heft of each page! The color of the paper is a vanilla hue, and it is bound in Kennett Cloth, with a gorgeous light brown cover. The font is large and pleasing to the eye (it doesn't mention what type of font style is used), and apart from decorative elements peppered throughout, the highlight of this book is the 28 color plates, containing illustrations by Edmund Dulac, one of the most renowned artists from the Golden Age of children's book illustrations. These color plates appear glossy in this book, and one can literally feel the silky smooth texture of the illustrations! They are so beautiful and exquisite.

There are seven stories contained within - "The Snow Queen", "The Nightingale", "The Real Princess", "The Garden of Paradise", "The Mermaid", "The Emperor's New Clothes", and "The Wind's Tale". Each story has a couple of illustrations to accompany it, enhancing the reading experience. This is a must-have not just for collectors, but also for those who truly love perusing the beautiful illustrations contained in children's literature, and Dulac's illustrations are definitely one of the best. Highly recommended!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent reproduction of a classic edition. 20 octobre 2009
Par Sally S. Cutts - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This is a beautiful book! I have the 1st edition of this book, and Calla has done a wonderful job reproducing the look and feel of the original volume. The plates are not tipped in, but the color reproduction is very good and all details, such as typeset, decoration,endpapers,etc. are very faithful to the original. I hope Calla will reproduce other Golden Age editions in the future as I was very impressed by the quality of this edition.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Illustrations were very disappointing 28 décembre 2010
Par sydneyb - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I bought this book excited about Edmund Dulac's illustrations, but unfortunately the prints have horrible color saturation and are visibly low resolution. I still gave three stars because the actual book is beautifully made, the only flaw is the illustrations.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Beautiful Binding, Decide for Yourself with Illustrations 10 septembre 2014
Par Molly Swindle - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I loved Hans Christian Andersen's tales of the Snow Queen and the Mermaid and wanted a copy for my own desperately. As an art student familiar with Edmund Dulac, I HAD to get this book when I found it. I ordered through Amazon Prime, so it came right on time, brand new on my birthday (a gift from me to me!) The book is beautifully bound, with illuminated text and illustrations on the front and inside covers. Paper has a nice, weighty texture too. (Some said they got a brown cover, but mine is bound in green like in the photo, only a little less dark green, more like pine tree green).

My only problem with this copy is the illustrations. There's not very many - usually only about 4-6 per story. If you're like me and used to seeing high resolution copies of Dulac's work on a computer screen where the details are fine-tuned, colorful, and easy to see, you might be disappointed by this book. While some of the illustrations are pretty clear, the majority of the ones in my book seemed somewhat duller. Of course, they're Dulac, so they still look cool, but it's more like looking through a dream than through reality. Everything seems to have this pale sort of haze over it - you have to work a bit to see the edges of castles and stuff.

Maybe this was the way the prints originally looked (look at the preview provided and you'll get a fair-ish judge of what the physical book delivers on visual quality.), but as someone who likes saturated color and easy-to-see details, the illustrations were a bit of a let down for me. However, in a book about fairytales, I have no problem pretending the illustrations are like looking through a dream! With a beautiful book, large-sized print, Dulac's works, and Andersen's classic stories, I would recommend this copy to a friend.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellence in book publishing. 4 octobre 2009
Par Mr Toad - Publié sur
Format: Relié
Beautifully done. It is everything you would hope it would be with regard to the craftsmanship and the illustration work. The stories themselves are hit and miss. There is a great deal of repetition between stories. It seems the stories were collected without much concern for how they played with the other stories in the book- at times it seems whole sections of stories mimicked each other nearly word for word. The stories are kind of violent- even beyond what you'd find in Brothers Grimm. Lots of needless violence committed by heroes. In one a hero is disguised as a bear to get close to a princess that was in fact his wife- in the course of the story he rips up two maids till "not a rag was left" and both the king and the princess's attitude was like -"oh well, it was just a maid". But despite the curious violence, the stories are a great peek into the entertainment of an earlier time.
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