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REVIEW · Fairy Tales Every Child Should Know ↠ The fairy tale is a poetic recording of the facts of life an interpretation by the imagination of its hard conditions an effort to reconcile the spirit which loves freedom and goodness and beauty with its harsh bare and disappointing conditions It is in its earliest form a spontaneous and The fairy tale is a poetic recording of the facts of life an interpretation by the imagination of its hard conditions an effort to reconcile the spirit which loves freedom and goodness and beauty with its harsh bare and disappointing conditions It is in its ea. Next time I hear anyone talk about how violent movies and video games are and how they are so bad for the kids I am going to point them in the direction of this book If I were to pick any book to have someone read in the hope that they would suffer from nightmares it would be this one and this collection of stories American Psycho didn't frighten or disturb me as much as this book did Now a reason for that could be because I've dabbled in the soliciting and subseuent murdering of prostitutes I also am extremely proud of my business card Neither one of those things are true but if I had a business card you can bet it would be the damn finest business card there ever wasTypically fairy tales are supposed to teach a lesson of sorts so I would like to share with you the lessons I learned from reading these tales of the fairy Disobedient children indirectly kill their fathers The phrase you'll be the death of me has never been so aptly applied to some of these stories Stepmothers are evil and usually possess some sort of magic abilitywitchery Sisters are always jealous of the younger prettier sister The younger prettier sister is always respectful to everyone and goes out of her way to appease the elder sisters Most women are vain The building of a palace unmatched by all other palaces in the known world over the course of one night is not the least bit suspicious Wives will give away your shit without asking Evil house guests do not consume salt Shortly after marrying a princessprince the king andor ueen will die and you inherit the kingdom and live happily ever after The ending of a story and vengeance are always swift and very very clean If you disobey your husband he will try to kill you but will end up dying first and you will inherit all of his stuffThere are plenty of other lessons I learned but these were the most prevalent Do with them as you may but beware of stepmothers wicked fairies and jealous sisters And it is okay to kill giants without provocation as long as you send their heads to the king

Hamilton Wright Mabie ✓ 1 REVIEW

Rliest form a spontaneous and instinctive endeavor to shape the facts of the world to meet the needs of the imagination the cravings of the heartClassics included in this volume includeOne Eye Two Eyes Three EyesThe Magic MirrorThe Enchanted StagHansel and Gre. I noticed that Hamilton Wright Mabie combines different elements into one fairytale For example One Eye Two Eyes Three Eyes was very similar to Cinderella The Magic Mirror had echoes of Goldilocks and the Three Bears The start of the Enchanted Stag sounded a lot like Hansel and GretelI was even surprised to find some linked to Arthurian legend How interestingA few stories were new to me but I'd heard the majority beforeMaybe it's because I'm familiar with a lot of the stories but I would have liked a bit creativity in these retellings Some were uite trite and simplistic while others had unexpected darkness Most were very repetitive I also think that reading the originals would have been better because something appears to have been lost in translation here

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Fairy Tales Every Child Should KnowThelThe Story of AladdinThis Story of Ali BabaThe Second Voyage of Sinbad the SailorThe White CatThe Golden GooseThe Twelve BrothersThe Fair One With the Golden LocksTom ThumbBlue BeardCinderellaPuss In BootsThe Sleeping Beauty In the WoodJack and The Bean Sta. In terms of retellings of fairytales that were perfectly fine before they were re told this is a book full of bad ones I suspect some of them are just bad translations but the prose is pretty awful in than one place and the stories are told awkwardly Which is an unforgivable sin for a collection of fairytales because the only thing that makes one different from another is the way they're written downI am disappointed by this book