Snow White

  • Title: Snow White
  • Author: Jacob Grimm Wilhelm Grimm Trina Schart Hyman Paul Heins
  • ISBN: 9780316354509
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Snow White Spared by her would be executioner Snow White finds a home with seven kindly dwarfs but the hateful queen who wants her dead will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the land A poisone
    Spared by her would be executioner, Snow White finds a home with seven kindly dwarfs, but the hateful queen who wants her dead will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the land A poisoned apple seems to send Snow White to her death, but true love brings her back, and good once again prevails.Paul Heins s graceful words and Trina Schart Hyman s expressive artSpared by her would be executioner, Snow White finds a home with seven kindly dwarfs, but the hateful queen who wants her dead will stop at nothing to be the most beautiful woman in the land A poisoned apple seems to send Snow White to her death, but true love brings her back, and good once again prevails.Paul Heins s graceful words and Trina Schart Hyman s expressive artwork create a dramatic retelling of this classic tale, filled with movement and passion that will enchant readers of all ages.

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    About Jacob Grimm Wilhelm Grimm Trina Schart Hyman Paul Heins


    1. Jacob Ludwig Karl Grimm, German philologist, jurist and mythologist, was born at Hanau, in Hesse Kassel or Hesse Cassel He is best known as the discoverer of Grimm s Law, the author of the monumental German Dictionary, his Deutsche Mythologie and popularly, with his brother Wilhelm, as one of the Brothers Grimm, as the editor of Grimm s Fairy Tales From.


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    1. القصص الخيالية لا يتم حفرها على الجرانيتبل تظل تتغير و تعاد صياغتها لتناسب العصر و رغم محاولات الاخوين جريم لتهذيب ما جمعوه من قصص الفلاحين الالمان الا انها ظلت عنيفة صادمةو لكن الى اي حد؟من سيصدق ان في النسخة الاولى لسنوايت كانت قاتلتها هي والدتها !!!؟ و ليست زوجة ابيها فالق [...]

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    2. Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel, From Beginning to Bookend.In this simple yet gruesome tale by the Brothers Grimm, the beautiful princess Snow White must contend with a jealous stepmother who longs to be the fairest in the land. First published in 1812, this German fairy tale is not the bright and playful, sing-song tale produced by Walt Disney Productions in 1937. This story of the "child as white as snow, as red as blood, and as black as the wood of the window fra [...]

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    3. Mom always tells me stories about how I liked movies when I was a kid. An Snow White was one of the movies she had to hide from me. Watching a movie a lot of times is common for kids and it's the time when the parents can relax. Well, not for my parents. For me Snow white was one of the most sad movies. I would cry all the time and scream "OMG! That is so sad! She is alone in the forest! How poor" After reading it again, after my own "character development" from my own story, I still feel sad. N [...]

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    4. Finally I did it! Read one of the most beloved fairy tales. I had the few ideas about the plot but I hadn't read it before. I had seen some parts of it in a drama. I think in "Shakalaka boom boom". Regardless, I enjoyed reading it. This tale is the best example of jealousy. Some people take jealousy at such level that it becomes their death. They just burn in jealousy and can't be contented. Ending seemed to be inspired by the Sleeping Beauty. Don't why if it's just me. But I felt that. Or maybe [...]

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    5. Snow White, Wilhelm Grimm, Paul Heins, Trina Schart Hyman (Illustrator), Jacob Grimm"Snow White" is a 19th-century German fairy tale which is today known widely across the Western world. The Brothers Grimm published it in 1812 in the first edition of their collection Grimms' Fairy Tales. It was titled in German: Sneewittchen (in modern orthography Schneewittchen) and numbered as Tale 53. The name "Sneewittchen" was Low German and in the first version it was translated with "Schneeweißchen". The [...]

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    6. I own almost 500 books, and this is by far the most beautiful (you don't know how hard it was not to write The Fairest of them All'. Puns).Every illustration and piece of typography is a work of art. A gothic, creepy work of art.I'm not sure I've ever read the original story before, I'm obviously more familiar with the Disney version, because this this is messed up. The kids in the Grimm family must have had some issues.

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    7. Bueno, creo. Con un final mucho mejor que el de la adaptación cinematográfica.

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    8. This book would get five stars for me for the illustrations alone. This book is a work of art. Page-after-page of stunning, frame-worthy pictures. I almost want to buy a second copy so I can tear it apart and put it on my wall. The story is one most of us know. Snow White is chased into the woods by her Evil Step-mother, presumed dead and goes to live with seven little men (bit shady!). I don't think I had ever heard this version though. Snow White has multiple attempts (and successes) made on l [...]

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    9. Seriously: Snow White is the silliest character I've ever met. How could you be so naive despite all dwarves' warnings? And MOST OF ALL : how could you consent to marry someone you knew for a second only because he tells you that he has feelings for you? Are you that narcissic? (that prince is also very dumb since he never talked to her - he was just barely looking at a dead mannequin?!) Ew. Next.

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    10. I just love the artwork in this book! I also thought it was cool that they left all the grim and creepy tidbits from the original fairytale.

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    11. For the benefit of those people unfortunate enough never to have read Let Stalk Strine, may I take this opportunity to bring you:Snow White and the Severed Wharves Snow White was a beautiful young Strine secret service agent. In private life she was a doctor of philosophy and a connoisseur of immersion heating. As a counter spy (officially known as 004), she was noted for her dexterity with the hypodermic syringe and for her unswerving promiscuity in the service of her country.Her most remarkabl [...]

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    12. First of all, Snow White is an idiot. Dude, STOP OPENING THE DAMN DOOR!But I love the Brothers Grimm's stories and it was a pleasure to read.The artwork is so eerie, a little creepy, and yet gorgeous. A ton of thanks to my best friend for gifting me this much-desired copy of the book.

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    13. I'll probably give 5 stars to almost anything that has Camille Rose Garcia's name on it. This edition is simply stunning!

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    14. جالبه كه ماجراى سيب نامادرى بدجنس انقدر برجسته شده، در حالى كه قبل از اون دو بار ديگه هم تلاش مى‌كنه تا خودش سفيد برفى رو بكشه و كوتوله‌ها نجاتش مى‌دن، يه بار با كمربندى كه دور كمرش مى‌بنده و نمى‌ذاره نفس بكشه و يه بار با شونه‌اى كه لاى موهاش مى‌كنه. و البته مثل باقى داستان [...]

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    15. Who doesn't love an old fashioned fairytale? Admittedly a little more gruesome in its original version, but I loved reading this classic!My favorite actress portraying Snow White in motion pictureI also love the cover art of this particular edition

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    16. Una edición preciosa con ilustraciones de Iban Barrenetxea. Es muy cortito pero es una pasada, el cuento original de los hermanos Grimm dista mucho d ela versión de Disney.

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    17. The original Grimm's tale is indeed grim, possibly a bit scary for little children. These illustrations by Trina Schart Hyman are SWOON-worthy and so enchanting! We looked at these over and over again.

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    18. Las ilustraciones son una auténtica maravilla y la historia me ha encantado ♡ Muy distinta a la que cuenta Disney.

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    19. Las ilustraciones SON muy lindas ♥ Y pues la historia es la ya conocida, pero me gusta mucho !

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    20. Snow-White has to flee when the evil queen realizes that she is more beautiful than her and wants to kill her.The Grimm version had some surprises. (view spoiler)[ Snow-White is only seven years old. There is cannibalism. The apple is red and white, and only poisonous on the red side.(hide spoiler)]It was something weird about the dwarves obsession with Snow-White. The transparent coffin, which enabled them to look at her from all sides, was strange. She was on display. The prince who found the [...]

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    21. Mais um clássico infantil e mais um com as ilustrações perfeitas (para mim, claro) de Camille Rose Garcia.Se eu já adoro esta história, ao lê-la com estas ilustrações, tornou-se ainda mais agradável e ainda mais favorita (o que não sei como é possível).Creio que toda a gente conhece do que se trata.Se não, aqui fica: Sem mãe e sem pai, Branca de Neve, fica à mercê da sua madrasta, uma rainha que era muito orgulhosa da sua beleza e que, como tal, não admitia que mais ninguém fos [...]

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    22. The telling of "Snow White" gets a very exciting makeover courtesy of Camille Rose Garcia's dazzling artwork. Her work is resplendent in color with endless drabs of vertical stalactites framing each image. The typo work by Roberto De Vicq De Cumptich compliments her Goth meets Fleischer Brothers aesthetic beautifully.

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    23. Snow White by Jacob Grimm Snow White, Jacob Grimm, Wilhelm Grimmاین داستان را در «جهان افسانه مجموعه ی کامل افسانه های برادران گریم» با ترجمه: هرمز ریاحی، نسرین طباطبایی، و بهزاد برکت خوانده ام

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    24. I love these editions and I want to buy more! The artwork is interesting, spooky and beautiful. I never realized Snow White was 7, but I guess that's because I've only watched the Disney movie lol

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    25. Läste denna igen, fortfarande riktigt jäkla tjusig!

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    26. Chắc tới chết cũng chẳng bao giờ hết thích truyện cổ tích được, đặc biệt là câu chuyện "Nàng Bạch Tuyết và bảy chú lùn" :)))"Gương kia ngự ở trên tườngNước ta ai đẹp được dường như ta?"Xưa kia bà đẹp nhất trầnNgày nay Bạch Tuyết muôn phần đẹp hơn."Mua cuốn này chủ yếu là để ngắm hình vẽ minh họa và lấy tay sờ giấy rồi đưa lên mũi ngửi thôi, chứ câu chuyện cổ tích trứ [...]

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    27. A novel full of charm despite its old origins and dark storyline; seeing the Disney movie is an embellishment and a "watering down" of sorts. More interested in creating tropes than telling the actual plot of this wonderful novel

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    28. weird mix of snow white and goldilocks

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    29. Acclaimed illustrator Camille Rose Garcia breathes new life into the classic tale of "Snow White" in this lovely “gift edition,” which pairs the text of the Brothers Grimm with Garcia’s beautifully creepy artwork. But I’m getting ahead of myself. First, a word on the text: Everyone knows the major plot points of “Snow White”, thanks primarily to the popular 1937 Disney animated feature: a beautiful princes, a jealous queen, a magic mirror, a poisoned apple, a death-like sleep, a hand [...]

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    30. I have fond memories as a small child, curled on my mothers lap as she read me this book. It has long been my favoured telling of Snow White. (Though admittedly the only other tellings I have read were a Disney version and a couple of other versions where only the apple was featured.) I love the illustrations by Trina Schart Hyman. They are a little bit darker than other versions, which I find a bonus. There is no busty babe in a brightly coloured coloured princess cut puffy sleeved dressed. The [...]

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