✸ [PDF] ✈ Contes d'une grand-mère By George Sand ✴ – Publitags.co

In Her Sixties, George Sand Delighted In Spinning Tales That Entertained And Educated Her Two Adored Granddaughters, Aurore And Gabrielle Fortunately, She Also Published Thirteen Of Them For The Rest Of Us To Enjoy The Castle Of Pictures Presents Four Of These Stories, Three Of Which Have Never Before Been Translated Into English Both Girls And Boys Are Depicted In These Stories As Empowered By Curiosity, Hard Work, Persistence, And Honesty They Successfully Protect Themselves From Danger By Using Their Ingenuity And Remaining Faithful To Their Own Consciences In The Title Story A Girl Becomes An Artist Through The Persistent Nurturance Of Her Own Talent Despite Opposition From Her Father, Himself A Painter What Flowers Say Is A Wickedly Funny Satire Of Class Snobbery As Played Out Among Chrysanthemums, Poppies, Numerous Varieties Of Roses, And Other Denizens Of The Garden The Bug Eyed Fairy Investigates Wonders Of The Insect World Invisible To The Normal Human Eye In The Talking Oak , An Outcast Orphan Boy Learns To Rely On Hard Work And A Strong Sense Of Right And Wrong To Make His Way First Through The Natural World, With The Help Of The Talking Oak Who Becomes His First Friend, And Then Through The Compexities Of The World Of Grown Ups Sand Never Talked Down To Her Granddaughters Her Astonishingly Deep Knowledge Of Subjects Ranging From Botany And Lepidopterology To Art History, Her Subtle Understanding Of The Human Heart And The Creative Spirit, And Her Sense Of Wonder At The World S Beauty And Mystery Are Available Here For Children Of All Ages

10 thoughts on “Contes d'une grand-mère

  1. says:

    Un cuento de verdad dedicado para ni os, debo confesar que me veo en un futuro ley ndoselo a mis hijos si es que tengo , pero por ahora lo le para comenzar a leer en franc s, ese era el prop sito.

  2. says:

    Lovely, magical and it keeps the 19th century charm like no other fairy tale I ve read The writing is very beautiful George Sand wrote the tale for her grandaughter and you actually feel like she is your sweet granny.I was impressed by the importante that is given to growing up, just like in other fairy tales, and how adulthood is always treated as the passage to not believing any I guess George wanted her babies to stay curious and innocent even in the worst times to come I ll have to search for information about the author.Read it and you will make a favor to yourself.

  3. says:

    La F e Poussi re Autrefois, il y a bien longtemps, mes chers enfants, j tais jeune et j entendais souvent les gens se plaindre d une importune petite vieille qui entrait par les fen tres quand on l avait chass e par les portes.L Orgue du titan Un soir, l improvisation musicale du vieux et illustre ma tre Angelin nous passionnait comme de coutume, lorsqu une corde de piano vint se briser avec une vibration insignifiante pour nous, mais qui produisit sur les nerfs surexcit s de l artiste l effet du coup de foudre Le Marteau rouge J ai trahi pour vous, mes enfants, le secret du vent et des roses Je vais vous raconter maintenant l histoire d un caillou Ce que disent les fleurs Quand j tais enfant, ma ch re Aurore, j tais tourment e de ne pouvoir saisir ce que les fleurs se disaient entre elles Le Chien et la Fleur sacr e.

  4. says:

    I have read an edition containing three of the thirteen contes d une grand m re in French 1 Ce que disent les fleurs, interesting conversation between different flowers and the zephyr wind.2 La f e poussi re, where George Sand exhibits a surprising knowledge of the science of her time, mixed with a subtle touch of the ideas of Pierre Leroux, which point towards a belief in reincarnation and an anticipation of Nietzsche s Superman.3 Le marteau rouge, interesting review of the story of a carnelian stone moved first by a glacier, then by the waters of a spring, converted into a war hammer by a man of the stone age, used as a kitchen knife, lost for centuries, re discovered by an antiquarian, reduced by his widow to the state of a belt clasp, crumbled by a little girl to make soup for her doll, and finally reduced to a little ring stone, carefully preserved by another little girl.

  5. says:

    Advierto que en realidad solo he le do el primero de los cuentos, que es m s una novela corta El castillo de Cumbrecorva.Bien escrito pero aburrido y muy pasado de moda, una historia sobre la bondad infinita de una ni a buena, con ciertas referencias a la pintura que son lo m s interesante.Ejemplo de que no todo lo antiguo es cl sico, ya que no puede estar menos vigente esa imagen de mujeres ultra sacrificadas que siempre ponen la otra mejilla con una sonrisa.No repetir con George Sand y que conste que entiendo que debi sufrir mucho teniendo un novio pianista, que anda que no deb a ser pesado el pobre con el pianito.

  6. says:

    J adore sa fa on d crire et de se renouveler dans chaque compte sans tomber dans les clich s J aime aussi le fait qu elle laisse toujours une explication rationnelle en option tout en nous insistant choisir le merveilleux comme logique Ce sont de jolies histoires qui font sourire et transporte vers un monde r v , comme la parfaite chappatoire.

  7. says:

    Beautifully written stories with one common theme nature and its marvels often ignored However this particular edition Dodo Press was a huge disappointment so many mistyped words, I had to switch to e book, so beware.

  8. says:

    I read these in Russian when I was a child.

  9. says:

    un petit conte pour enfants tout mignon et toujours aussi bien crit

  10. says:

    Esta joyita es altamente recomendable como lectura para una ni a que entra a la adolescencia Los tres relatos tienen en com n que creer en una misma es la verdadera magia, pero por mi historia de vida la que me impresion fue la de la reina rana Croax Y qued con muchas ganas leer de m s de esta autora.