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Kejserens Nye Klæder: Et Eventyr➽ [Reading] ➿ Kejserens Nye Klæder: Et Eventyr By Dorothée Duntze ➲ – Varanus.us Best ePub, Kejserens Nye Klæder: Et Eventyr author Dorothée Duntze This is very good and becomes the main topic to read, the readers are very takjup and always take inspiration from the contents of Best ePub, Kejserens Klæder: Et PDF/EPUB ¼ Nye Klæder: Et Eventyr author Dorothée Duntze This is very good and becomes the main topic to read, the readers are very takjup and always take inspiration from the contents of the book Kejserens Nye Klæder: Et Eventyr, essay by Dorothée Duntze Is now on Kejserens Nye MOBI :µ our website and you can download it by register what are you waiting for? Please read and make a refission for you.

Kejserens Nye Klæder: Et Eventyr PDF/EPUB ò Klæder:
  • Hardcover
  • 25 pages
  • Kejserens Nye Klæder: Et Eventyr
  • Dorothée Duntze
  • Danish
  • 23 February 2018
  • 9788758303239

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  1. says:

    I’ve always loved the tale of the Emperor’s New Clothes and this version is no different. I do remember the Emperor being quite chubby though, which is not how he was portrayed in this version, nor in the pictures.


  2. says:

    There once was a vain and superficial emperor who lived for his wardrobe. When two fellows appeared claiming to be able to make clothes that are exquisite and lavish and visible to all who are not stupid or unfit for their position. The emperor and his court are soon taken in by their claim, even though as time passes no one is able to actually see what they are weaving on their looms (not that any of them would ever admit it).

    This one was a stretch for my Disney source material read-through, as The Emperor's New Groove is baaaaaaarely based on this story (in similarity of name and barebones character elements borrowed from the emperor), but it was fun to read anyway. This was never my favorite of the well-known Andersen stories, but I can definitely see its layers and messages reading as an adult (perhaps these days more than ever). There seem to be some barely-disguised political/social statements here, and they apply today as well as they did when they were written, I'm sure. The colorful illustrations by Dorothée Duntze are stylistically interesting and nicely detailed, though some of the character designs were a bit off-putting here and there.

    This isn't my favorite Hans Christian Andersen story, but it has some pretty interesting elements, even (especially?) to a more mature reader. Part fairy tale, part satire, it's funny to think about how many emperors are walking around naked these days without any small child to point it out to everyone else who's too afraid or unwilling to.

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