[Ebook] ↠ Original Bavarian Folktales Author Franz Xaver von Schönwerth – Anguillais.us

Original Bavarian Folktales While Both Original Bavarian Folktales And The Penguin Classic Edition Of The Turnip Princess Will Give Readers Ample Pleasure, Wolf S Conveys A Much Accurate Idea Of Sch Nwerth S Aims And Achievements Times Literary SupplementA Contemporary Of The Brothers Grimm, Franz Xaver Von Sch Nwerth Collected The Folklore, Legends, And Fairytales Of Ordinary Folk In The Upper Palatinate Region Of His Native Bavaria And Published Them In The 1850s In A Three Volume Scholarly Work This Volume Is The First Dual Language Edition Of His Tales, Which Fell Into Obscurity And Have Only Recently Been Rediscovered The 150 Fables Include The Spinster Bride, Pride Will Be Punished, The Marriage Of Sun And Moon, And Other Enchanting Bavarian Folktales.Appropriate For Intermediate Level Students Of German, This Volume Is Equally Suited To Classroom Use And Independent Study New English Translations Appear On Pages Facing The Original German Text An Introduction Contains Footnoted Critiques Of The Stories As Well As Background Material On Sch Nwerth And His Legacy Readers Will Find This Book A Fascinating Collection Of Little Known Folktales As Well As A Delightful Way To Improve Their German Language Skills.

[Ebook] ↠ Original Bavarian Folktales  Author Franz Xaver von Schönwerth – Anguillais.us
  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • Original Bavarian Folktales
  • Franz Xaver von Schönwerth
  • 17 March 2019
  • 048649991X

    10 thoughts on “[Ebook] ↠ Original Bavarian Folktales Author Franz Xaver von Schönwerth – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    If you want to be entertained by well structured folktales that represent the voice of the German folk of the nineteenth century, but are of high literary value, read the Brothers Grimm If you want to know what the folk were really telling to each other, unfiltered by literary editors, read Franz Sch nwerth Dr Wolf s translations of 150 pieces from Sch nwerth s three volume work, Aus der Oberpfalz Sitten und Sagen, 1857 1859 From the Upper Palatinate Traditions and Tales, 1857 1895 is o If you want to be entertained by well structured folktales that represent the voice of the German folk of the nineteenth century, but are of high literary value, read the Brothers Grimm If you want to know what the folk were really telling to each other, unfiltered by literary editors, read Franz Sch nwerth Dr Wolf s translations of 150 pieces from Sch nwerth s three volume work, Aus der Oberpfalz Sitten und Sagen, 1857 1859 From the Upper Palatinate Traditions ...


  2. says:

    Definitely worth reading Remember the Guardian article that has been going around on Facebook since 2010, with the headline 500 new fairy tales found Well, this collection is the first English translation of 150 of those tales Enjoy First up This book, according to the foreword, follows the layout of Sch nwerth s original publication, taking the topics in the order he presented them Unfortunately, this puts all the tales about dead children and evil women in the front of the book You hav Definitely worth reading Remember the Guardian article that has been going around on Facebook since 2010, with the headline 500 new fairy tales found Well, this collection is the first English translation of 150 of those tales Enjoy First up This book, according to the foreword, follows the layout of Sch nwerth s original publication, taking the topics in the order he presented them Unfortunately, this puts all the tales about dead children and evil women in the front of the book You have to work through those to get to the awesome part.This, however, is really the only negative thing I can say about the book So, don t be discouraged The book s stories, generally, are a lot less dark and cruel than many of the much better known Grim...


  3. says:

    These are stories collected by a much respected contemporary of the Brothers Grimm It s been said that he told the storiestruly to how they were told to him, but that also means they re less gussied up for storytelling, if you will I really enjoyed this collection There s a good variety with a bit of repetition, as one might expect They are short and easy to read in bits between other things And the best part to me is to see Bavarian culture reflected in the...


  4. says:

    Great for German learners A lot of these stories are very short like, a couple sentences short , so even if you don t have much time, you can still get some reading practice in The caveat is that some of th...


  5. says:

    Pretty mixed bag Not sure if the original tales are at fault or the translation I assume the latter simply because of this had been thoroughly edited and the tales vetted, the meandering ones that make NO sense at all would have been omitted Pretty disappointed overall.

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