➭ The Turnip Princess and Other Newly Discovered Fairy Tales Read ➵ Author Franz Xaver von Schönwerth – Anguillais.us

The Turnip Princess and Other Newly Discovered Fairy Tales A Rare Discovery In The World Of Fairy Tales Now For The First Time In English With This Volume, The Holy Trinity Of Fairy Tales The Brothers Grimm, Charles Perrault, And Hans Christian Andersen Becomes A Quartet In The 1850s, Franz Xaver Von Sch Nwerth Traversed The Forests, Lowlands, And Mountains Of Northern Bavaria To Record Fairy Tales, Gaining The Admiration Of Even The Brothers Grimm Most Of Sch Nwerth S Work Was Lost Until A Few Years Ago, When Thirty Boxes Of Manu Scripts Were Uncovered In A German Municipal Archive.Now, For The First Time, Sch Nwerth S Lost Fairy Tales Are Available In English Violent, Dark, And Full Of Action, And Upending The Relationship Between Damsels In Distress And Their Dragon Slaying Heroes, These Than Seventy Stories Bring Us Closer Than Ever To The Unadorned Oral Tradition In Which Fairy Tales Are Rooted, Revolutionizing Our Understanding Of A Hallowed Genre.

➭ The Turnip Princess and Other Newly Discovered Fairy Tales  Read ➵ Author Franz Xaver von Schönwerth – Anguillais.us
  • Paperback
  • 264 pages
  • The Turnip Princess and Other Newly Discovered Fairy Tales
  • Franz Xaver von Schönwerth
  • English
  • 04 January 2019
  • 0143107429

    10 thoughts on “➭ The Turnip Princess and Other Newly Discovered Fairy Tales Read ➵ Author Franz Xaver von Schönwerth – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    After having read online about the I think 2012 or so re discovery of Franz Xaver von Sch nwerth s massive trove of meticulously collected but unlike his contemporaries the Brothers Grimm never extensively edited and adjusted, sanitised collection of Upper Bavarian Upper Palatinate folk and fairy tales and because the German equivalent, the German original publication of the collection or rather of part of the collection, Prinz Rosszwifl, was actually missing in action under my piles of un After having read online about the I think 2012 or so re discovery of Franz Xaver von Sch nwerth s massive trove of meticulously collected but unlike his contemporaries the Brothers Grimm never extensively edited and adjusted, sanitised collection of Upper Bavarian Upper Palatinate folk and fairy tales and because the German equivalent, the German original publication of the collection or rather of part of the collection, Prinz Rosszwifl, was actually missing in action under my piles of unread and unorgan...


  2. says:

    Disclaimer ARC via Netgalley However, I pre ordered a kindle edition of the book prior to ARC approval I had heard of Von Schonwerth before the discovery of his trove by Erika Eichenseer, so I was looking forward to this book The blurb likens von Schonwerth to Perrault, the Grimms, and Andersen making the trio a quartet we can discuss the leaving out of the women salon writers ourselves This isn t quite the case This isn t because the stories aren t grand they are But considering Disclaimer ARC via Netgalley However, I pre ordered a kindle edition of the book prior to ARC approval I had heard of Von Schonwerth before the discovery of his trove by Erika Eichenseer, so I was looking forward to this book The blurb likens von Schonwerth to Perraul...


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here view spoiler Bettie s BooksThe rating, any status updates, and those bookshelves, indicate my feelings for this book hide spoiler


  4. says:

    Turnip princesses, louse headed heroes, and dung beetle princesnot quite your traditional fairy tale fare.Once upon a time, a collection of five hundred fairy tales were quietly locked away in an obscure archive And there they languished, forlorn and forgotten, for over a century and a half, until one day, a brave historian ventured deep into the dusty depths of the Regensburg archives and brought them into the light of day.Although the Grimms themselves praised his skills, Von Schonwerth s Turnip princesses, louse headed heroes, and dung beetle princesnot quite your traditional fairy tale fare.Once upon a time, a collection of five hundred fairy tales were quietly locked away in an obscure archive And there they languished, forlorn and forgotten, for over a century and a half, until one day, a brave historian ventured deep into the dusty depths of the Regensburg archives and brought them into the light of day.Although the Grimms themselves praised his skills, Von Schonwerth s collections never gained his contemporary collectors fame Many of his stories e...


  5. says:

    Waiting patiently for an English translation


  6. says:

    After having read online in 2012 about the re discovery by Erika Eichenseer of Franz Xaver von Sch nwerth s massive over 500 strong trove of collected but unlike his contemporaries the Brothers Grimm also never extensively edited, adjusted, and thus also not ever sanitised Upper Bavarian Upper Palatinate folk and fairy tales, I eagerly sought out and purchased Prinz Ro zwifl, the corresponding published German language collection of 136 of these tales which originally actually proved a After having read onli...


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    Many, perhaps most, of these tales will be familiar to anyone who has read the Grimm brothers original tales, in all their dark and often gory glory You will find no sanitized Disney versions here Instead, these tales are often strange and incoherent, full of dubious morality and ambiguous causality Many of them sound like the kinds of stories told by young children, with characters and events material...


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    Edit People Guys Women, this is my personal opinion.It s a really weak review _ yes, I am aware of that _ but I honestly don t feel as if it deservesfrom me.It s not like people pay me to be bored out of my sensesYes, I am aware that the dispassionate writing style was intended as such Like you guys, I also read the book s presentation..Despite that, this is my review space My review My words.This means that self righteous comments will be deleted and the people who make them will Edit People Guys Women, this is my personal opinion.It s a really weak review _ yes, I am aware of that _ but I honestly don t feel as if it deservesfrom me.It s not like people pay me to be bored out of my sensesYes, I am aware that the dispassionate writing style was intended as such Like you guys, I also read the book s presentation..Despite that, this is my review space My review My words.This means that self righteous comments will be deleted and the people who make them will be blocked.You want to talk about this book First read it, and then write your own review And then people will also be able to comment on your reviews.Arc provided by Penguin Classics through Netgalley DNF at 20%The newly discovered Fairy Talespart in the title, was what made me request thissince I am a fairy tale addict.Unfortunately, what I discovered was a confusing mishmash of other well known fairy tales_ at leas...


  9. says:

    Like so many other readers, fairy tales were a huge part of my childhood They were my cautionary tales, my morality plays, and my protection against the evil that lurked under the bed As much as I enjoyed the sanitized versions in the Disney movies, it was the older tales in which there was no huntsman to save Little Red and Bluebeard had ways to deal with curious wives that I most loved Even as I grew out of childhood, I never completely outgrew the magic of fairytales So when a few years a Like so many other readers, fairy tales were a huge part of my childhood They were my cautionary tales, my morality plays, and my protection against the evil that lurked under the bed As much as I enjoyed the sanitized versions in the Disney movies, it was the older tales in which there was no huntsman to save Little Red and Bluebeard had ways to deal with curious wives that I most loved Even as I grew out of childhood, I never completely outgrew the magic of fairytales So when a few years ago, a treasure trove of fairy tales were discovered in a vault that had been locked for 150 years, I, like so many others, was thrilled at the prospect of reading them The tales were originally collected by Franz Xaver Schonwerth in Bavaria in the 1850s According to the Introduction, he wanted to preserve them in their original form so ...


  10. says:

    This is such a wonderful exploration of rough, unrefined oral tradition anyone interested in symbol, archetype or myth or just fairy tales would enjoy them.

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