Die Mondzügler : Eine Komödie
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Die Mondzügler Eine Komödie der Gegenwart
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Book from Project Gutenberg: Kein anderer als er ist in der Lage, ein solches dokumentarisches Erinnerungsbuch, das seinesgleichen nicht finden wird, zu schaffen. Wir alle wollen stets aufs Carruthers Francis Carruthers , , ill. Hoffmann, Heinrich, , Caricatures and cartoons. Upon seeing the book again recently, I had an immediate reaction, but not of relived childhood traumatization, but of uncontrollable laughter. There was never any doubt that these stories were fiction, unlike the threat of eternal damnation I got from church sorry cheap shot My memories of the stories were more like a bizzare fun house mirror than a chamber of horrors.
The outrageousness of the stories is a distancing device, one that allows a child to laugh and reflect at the same time. Sure they're not for everyone, but filth?
In all honesty I found some of Dr. The Lorax to be more unsettling to me as a child. Slovenly Peter - comments posted by Richard M. Knox on November 11 at I also just went back to the Max and Mortiz and Struwwelpeter books I read as a child. I amn writing a german paper on them, just a short research paper, and in it I remember the reactions I had to the books as a child. I remember being scared as a small child, but delighted that even though I sucked my thumbs, they were still connected to my hands.
I think that Struwwelpeter is simply a mirror image of the booegyman, something we all learn to laugh at. What a pity that you couldn't enjoy Slovenly Peter as it was meant to be enjoyed. My German parents gave me this book as a child. They knew it from their own childhoods. I also had no problem with realizing that this was fiction.
And it actually taught the results of doing evil or stupid things. We howled at these stories. I am ever grateful that I was given this book to read. I have my childhood book still. I made sure that my children and now my grandchildren also know the stories. Some almost by heart! Mary Ann Allen Subject: