A Wonder Book for Girls and Boys

A Wonder Book for Girls and Boys

A Wonder Book for Girls and Boys

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Nathaniel Hawthorne presents a multilayered story consisting of six Greek myths that are told from a unique perspective and appeals to all readers, specifically children. His writing style transcends age to deliver a family-friendly narrative.

A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys is a compilation of classic stories inspired by Greek mythology. Hawthorne’s interpretation is filtered through the fictional character, Eustace Bright, a college student who’s entertaining a group of children. The book features “The Gorgon's Head, ” a popular epic that follows Perseus and his quest to slay Medusa. There’s also “The Paradise of Children, ” a cautionary tale about Pandora’s box, and “The Golden Touch, ” which recalls the story of King Midas.

Originally published in 1851, A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys continues to stand the test of time. Its stories are literary staples that have been adapted for multiple mediums. The collection also produced the sequel, Tanglewood Tales, which was released in 1853.

With an eye-catching new cover, and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys is both modern and readable.

Sprog:
Engelsk
Kategori:
Børnebøger

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Forlag:
Mint Editions
Udgivet:
2021-02-16
ISBN:
9781513274102

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