9781503199699-150319969X-The Original 1812 Grimm Fairy Tales: A New Translation of the 1812 First Edition Kinder und Hausmärchen Childrens and Household Tales (1812 Childrens ... Tales Kinder und Hausmärchen) (Volume 1)

The Original 1812 Grimm Fairy Tales: A New Translation of the 1812 First Edition Kinder und Hausmärchen Childrens and Household Tales (1812 Childrens ... Tales Kinder und Hausmärchen) (Volume 1)

ISBN-13: 9781503199699
ISBN-10: 150319969X
Edition: First
Author: Loo, Oliver
Publication date: 2014
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Format: Paperback 648 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781503199699
ISBN-10: 150319969X
Edition: First
Author: Loo, Oliver
Publication date: 2014
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Format: Paperback 648 pages

Summary

Acknowledged authors Loo, Oliver wrote The Original 1812 Grimm Fairy Tales: A New Translation of the 1812 First Edition Kinder und Hausmärchen Childrens and Household Tales (1812 Childrens ... Tales Kinder und Hausmärchen) (Volume 1) comprising 648 pages back in 2014. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 150319969X and 9781503199699. Since then The Original 1812 Grimm Fairy Tales: A New Translation of the 1812 First Edition Kinder und Hausmärchen Childrens and Household Tales (1812 Childrens ... Tales Kinder und Hausmärchen) (Volume 1) textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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The Grimms Tales as you have never experienced them before – complete, accurate, and authentic - exactly as the Grimms wrote them 200 years ago. A completely new, cover to cover translation with extensive notes and commentary for the 200th anniversary translated in a new style that preserves the original texts in a way that has never been done before. There are 34 stories in the original 1812 edition that never appear in any of the later editions. In the 1812 first edition of the tales, the Grimms also included an extensive 60 page appendix which discussed the oral and literary sources of the tales and often times one or more other versions of the stories. The 1812 appendix was never published in any English versions, so the 60 “new” stories and fragments found therein have been almost entirely unknown to English readers for last 200 years. The appendix is a lost “gem” and arguably as important as the stories themselves.

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