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  • Title: Nine Fairy Tales and One More Thrown in for Good Measure (European Classics)
  • Author: Karel Čapek Josef Čapek Dagmar Herrmann
  • ISBN: 9780810114647
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Paperback

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  1. Karel Čapek Josef Čapek Dagmar Herrmann

    Karel apek is one of the the most influential Czech writers of the 20th century He wrote with intelligence and humour on a wide variety of subjects His works are known for their interesting and precise descriptions of reality, and apek is renowned for his excellent work with the Czech language His play R.U.R Rossum s Universal Robots first popularized the word robot.

889 thoughts on “Nine Fairy Tales and One More Thrown in for Good Measure (European Classics)”

  1. Diez cuentos en la l nea de Hans Christian Andersen donde lo infantil o juvenil quedan casi unidos en una misma esfera Son cuentos netamente infantiles cuando se dirige textual a los ni os pero a su vez las historias son complejas con elementos tr gicos En varios cuentos se narran otras historias que se superponen como capas de cebolla Destacan los personajes humildes de nobles valores, los poderosos que son d spotas y prejuiciosos Algunos cuentos son reminiscencias de los cl sicos y otros muy o [...]


  2. P izn m se, e v d tstv jsem tuhle kn ku n jak minul Snad kv li notoricky zn m m TV zpracov n m n kter ch st.Ale rozhodn stoj za p e ten v libovoln m v ku Nejenom kv li apkov geni ln pr ci s jazykem M se moc l b , jak hladce spojuje n sv t s poh dkov m sv tem a ono to bezvadn funguje.


  3. Odd collection of fairy tales, not ones I would recommend reading out loud to a younger child in most cases While fairy tales will commonly have good vs evil I m not sure how many parents would be comfortable reading to their child about someone getting shot between the eyes in one tale Overall some I found enjoyable others didn t hit as high a note The Great Cat s Tale This was a fun tale, long in length with many characters to sort out along the way The Dog s Tale Have you ever wondered why do [...]


  4. I thoroughly enjoyed Capek s fairy tales They feel way modern than they are, mostly because of Capek s writing style His meandering plots take us through fun incongruities and witticisms As the back cover says, Fact and imagination, satire and fantasy are blended so skillfully that the line between logic and plausible nonsense is nearly indiscernible An example in The Great Police Tale, Capek has cops discussing various magical creatures, which are immediately normalized As I stepped down Jecna [...]


  5. Rozhodla jsem se, e nap u souhrnn n zor na v ech sedm poh dek Tak tady je Prvn poh dka v po ad byla prvn loupe nick Podle m velice vtipn a pou uj c Nikdy si z jin ch ned lejte srandu, ned l to dobrotu Druh poh dka byla vodnick M la jsem probl m s vysloven m jmen vodn ka a princezny Opravdu si je ani te nepamatuju Hezk byla st o vodn kovi, kter nau il vodu zp vat T et poh dka byla druh loupe nick , kter se mi v bec nel bila tvrt byla tul ck L bil se mi jej konec Tedy sp e term n b l vr na Je to t [...]


  6. A delightful collection of stories that brighten the mind and are sure to lighten any mood In this book fantasy is spoken of in such a way that it is simply a reality Elves, goblins and ghosts, as in all good fairy tales are real and the reader doesn t need to be convinced, they simply know that it makes perfect sense for creatures of fantasy to work in a post office after hours and be able to play cards with the envelopes.Each story is beautifully written and is full of charm and combines moder [...]


  7. Nine Fairy Tales and One More Thrown in for Good Measureis utterly fantastic They re written in the guise of traditional fairy tales with princesses, bandits, and fairy folk , but with 20th century touches added like letter carriers, toll collectors, and American movie stars The tales start in one vein and end up elsewhere, seemingly stream of consciousness and yet completely reasonable in their trajectory There s plenty of satire and apek s wordplay throughout the stories is astutely translate [...]


  8. I bought this book the second it came out in 1990 and promptly carried it on board an overnight train from Vienna to Frankfurt There were four bunks in the cabin, and the other three were occupied by improbably attractive twenty year old women I naturally concluded that I had botched my reservation and booked myself into a women s car, and I spent the entire night in a cold sweat, expecting at any moment to be arrested as a pervert As a consequence, I didn t actually crack the book until almost [...]


  9. It was written in period, which is called war for fairy tale , when some people thought that fairy tale is not good for children Brothers Josef and Karel were in group, which think that fairy tale can show and teach, how the world and people should be so fairy tale is very important So it s not typical czech fairy tale, but very funny Karel played with czech language, with stories etc And you can also know the region where they were born and grew up East Bohemia Mal Svato ovice, pice, Jest eb , [...]


  10. Y como el hombre est hecho de los huesos de todos los animales, menos los del perro, tiene tambi n las propiedades de todos los animales la fuerza el le n, la laboriosidad del camello, la astucia del gato y la generosidad del caballo S lo carece de la lealtad del perro, s lo de la lealtad del perro En el barco viajaba conmigo cierta se orita, bueno, m s que bonita, en breves palabras, se llama Alicia En cualquier sitio se est mejor, en cualquier sitio se est mejor Golondrina.


  11. I found this to be a delightful set of fantastical yarns, divided into the kind of short portions that make this perfect for bedtime stories A bit predictable, they are indeed stories for children, but they re also a lot of fun They give an interesting look at Czech perspective on the world, especially Europe If I ever have children, I ll be sure to read this to them.


  12. Farcical, but if you enjoy that or get past it, it is quite lovely I was especially fond of the second robbers tale, where his hat blows away and he chases it all over Europe and the hat starts imitating people and goes on a cross country crime spree It makes no sense, but it works.




  13. Been on my list of to read since I took a Children s Lit course in 2006 Very fun, imaginative, quirky little collection of stories A refreshing change of pace from our traditional fairy tales.



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