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Kinder- und Hausmärchen

This new edition of the beloved tales of the Brothers Grimm ' selected, translated and edited by Peter Wortsman - is drawn from the 1857 edition of the German original, the last edition reviewed and approved by the Brothers in their lifetime. Over The years, The Brothers' enigmatic narratives have been sanitized by Disney and children's book editors for modern consumption; this indispensable edition restores their sting and vigor og The original prose. In Wortsman's words, his translation is a return to "a tincture of concentrated man-eating ogre and ground hag tooth, diluted in blood, sweat and tears, as a potent vaccine against the crippling effects of fear and fury." These fortifying imaginative vaccines are accompanied by twenty-four full-color illustrations by Haitian artists, including Edouard Duval-CarriE, Pascale Monnin, and FrankEtienne. Edwidge Danticat observes that many Haitian painters bring "forth another canvas beneath the one we see." These works' imaginative scope, vitality, and evocation of the unconscious open deep channels between the two traditions, shedding new light and shadow on the classic tales.

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  • "This new edition of the beloved tales of the Brothers Grimm ' selected, translated and edited by Peter Wortsman - is drawn from the 1857 edition of the German original, the last edition reviewed and approved by the Brothers in their lifetime. Over The years, The Brothers' enigmatic narratives have been sanitized by Disney and children's book editors for modern consumption; this indispensable edition restores their sting and vigor og The original prose. In Wortsman's words, his translation is a return to "a tincture of concentrated man-eating ogre and ground hag tooth, diluted in blood, sweat and tears, as a potent vaccine against the crippling effects of fear and fury." These fortifying imaginative vaccines are accompanied by twenty-four full-color illustrations by Haitian artists, including Edouard Duval-CarriE, Pascale Monnin, and FrankEtienne. Edwidge Danticat observes that many Haitian painters bring "forth another canvas beneath the one we see." These works' imaginative scope, vitality, and evocation of the unconscious open deep channels between the two traditions, shedding new light and shadow on the classic tales."@en
  • "A new selection and translation of the tales of the Brothers Grimm with sixteen full-color illustrations by celebrated Haitian artists."@en

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  • "Translations"@en
  • "Libros electronicos"@en
  • "Electronic books"@en

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  • "Kinder- und Hausmärchen"@en
  • "Kinder- und Hausmärchen"
  • "Selected tales of the brothers grimm"@en
  • "Selected tales of the Brothers Grimm"@en
  • "Selected tales of the Brothers Grimm"