安徒生童话全集:英文原版.pdf

安徒生童话全集:英文原版.pdf
 

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《安徒生童话全集(英文原版)(世界名著经典插图版)(套装共2册)》读者朋友不仅可以欣赏优美动人的安徒生童话故事,更可以学到真诚、友爱与智慧!愿这套书永远陪伴你,一起记录你的欢乐、你的悲伤、你的成长!

作者简介
作者:(丹麦)安徒生(Andersen H.C.) 译者:(美国)赫尔舒特

目录
《安徒生童话全集(上)》目录:
The Tinder Box
Little Claus and Big Claus
The Princess on the Pea
Little Ida's Flowers
Thumbelina
The Naughty Boy
The Traveling Companion
The Little Mermaid
The Emperor's New Clothes
The Galoshes of Fortune
The Daisy
The Steadfast Tin Soldier
The Wild Swans
The Garden of Paradise
The Flying Trunk
The Metal Pig
The Bond of Friendship
Ole Lukoie
The Rose Elf
The Swineherd
The Angel
The Nightingale
The Sweethearts;or,The Top and the Ball
The Ugly Duckling
The Fir Tree
The Snow Queen
The Elder-Tree Mother
The Darning Needle
The Bell
The Red Shoes
The Shepherdess and the Chimney-Sweep
The Little Match Girl
The Old Street Lamp
Little Tuck
The Shadow
The Old House
The Story of a Mother
A Story
There is a Difference
It's Quite True!
The Goblin and the Grocer
Under The Willow Tree
She Was Good for Nothing
Ib and Little Christine
Clumsy Hans
The Jewish Girl
The Stone of the Wise Man
The Nightcap of the "Pebersvend"
Something
The Marsh King's Daughter
The Wind Tells about Valdemar Daae and His Daughters
The Girl Who Trod on the Loaf
Anne Lisbeth
The Child in the Grave
A Story from the Sand Dunes
The Beetle
What the Old Man Does is Always Right
The Ice Maiden
The Silver Shilling
The Bishop of B(o)rglum and his Men
The Most Incredible Thing
The Flea and the Professor
What Old Johanne Told
The Cripple
The Talisman
The Gardener and the Noble Family
Lucky Peer
The Storks
A Rose from Homer's Grave
The Buckwheat
Grandmother
The World's Fairest Rose
The Elf Mound
The Jumpers
The Last Pearl
The Snow Man
The Butterfly
Chicken Grethe's Family
Holger Danske
A Picture from the Ramparts
A View from Vartou's Window
The Neighboring Families
The Drop of Water
The Happy Family
The Shirt Collar
The Flax
The Phoenix Bird
The Silent Book
The Old Tombstone
The Story of the Year
On Judgment Day
The Swan's Nest
A Good Humor
Heartache
Everything in its Proper Place
Thousands of Years from Now
Five Peas from a Pod
A Leaf from Heaven
Two Maidens
At the Uttermost Parts of the Sea
The Money Pig
The Thorny Road of Honor
The Bottle Neck
Picturebook Without Pictures
Soup on a Sausage Peg
The Old Oak Tree's Last Dream
The A-B-C Book
The Racers
The Bell Deep
The Wicked Prince
Ole,the Tower Keeper
Children's Prattle
A String of Pearls
Pen and Inkstand
The Farmyard Cock and the Weathercock
"Beautiful"
The Puppet-show Man
Two Brothers
The Old Church Bell
Twelve by the Mail
In the Duck Yard
The New Century's Goddess
The Psyche
The Snail and the Rosebush
The Will-o'-the-Wisps Are in Town
The Windmill
In the Children's Room
Golden Treasure
The Storm Shifts the Signboards
The Teapot
The Bird of Folklore
The Little Green Ones
The Goblin and the Woman
Peiter,Peter,and Peer
Kept Secret but not Forgotten
The Porter's Son
Moving Day
The Snowdrop
Aunty
The Toad
Godfather's Picture Book
The Rags
Vans and Gl(a)ns
Which Was the Happiest?
The Dryad
What Happened to the Thistle
What One Can Invent
Luck May Lie in a Pin
The Comet
The Days of the Week
Sunshine Stories
Great-Grandfather
The Candles
What the Whole Family Said
Dance,Dance,Doll of Mine!
The Great Sea Serpent
The Gate Key
Aunty Toothache
God Can Never Die
This Fable is Intended for You
Croak!
The Penman
The Court Cards
The Poor Woman and the Little Canary Bird
Urbanus
Danish Popular Legends
Folks Say
The Pigs
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《安徒生童话全集(下)》

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安徒生童话全集:英文原版

Then the fish flopped and floundered in a most unaccountable way.Finally it was perfecdy still,and after a while something struck through him like a flash of lightning.The tin soldier saw daylight again,and he heard a voice say,"The Tin Soldier!" The fish had been caught,carried to market,bought,and brought to a kitchen where the cook cut him open with her big knife.
She picked the soldier up bodily between her two fingers,and carried him off upstairs.Everyone wanted to see this remarkable traveler who had traveled about in a fish's stomach,but the tin soldier took no pride in it.They put him on the table and-lo and behold,what curious things can happen in this world-there he was,back in the same room as before.He saw the same children,the same toys were on the table,and there was the same fine castle with the pretty little dancer.She still balanced on one leg,with the other raised high.She too was steadfast.That touched the soldier so deeply that he would have cried tin tears,only soldiersnever cry.He looked at her,and she looked at him,and never a word was said.Just as things were going so nicely for them,one of the little boys snatched up the tin soldier and threw him into the stove.He did it for no reason at all.That black bogey in the snuffbox must have put him up to it.
The tin soldier stood there dressed in flames.He felt a terrible heat,but whether it came from the flames or from his love he didn't know.He'd lost his splendid colors,maybe from his hard journey,maybe from grief,nobody can say.
He looked at the little lady,and she looked at him,and he felt himself melting.But still he stood steadfast,with his musket held trim on his shoulder.
Then the door blew open.A puff of wind struck the dancer.She flew like a sylph,straight into the fire with the soldier,blazed up in a flash,and was gone.The tin soldier melted,all in a lump.The next day,when a servant took up the ashes she found him in the shape of a little tin heart.But of the pretty dancer nothing was left except her spangle,and it was burned as black as a coal.

内容简介
《安徒生童话全集(英文原版)(世界名著经典插图版)(套装共2册)》介绍了《安徒生童话》是一部以童话而名扬世界的文学巨著,它是由丹麦著名诗人、童话作家安徒生历时近40年创作而成。“海的女儿”、“丑小鸭”、“皇帝的新装”、“拇指姑娘”和“卖火柴的小女孩”伴随了一代又一代人的美丽童年、少年直至成年。《安徒生童话》问世一百多年来,至今被译成世界上140种文字,而其中英文译本更是不计其数。《安徒生童话全集(英文原版)(世界名著经典插图版)(套装共2册)》选用的美国翻译家赫尔舒特英文译本,被誉为“《安徒生童话》最著名的英文译本之一”。

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