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One day, an elf appears whilst he is home alone and supposed to be learning his catechism. The Wonderful Adventures of Nils — which is the work of Sweden’s greatest fiction writer — was first published in Stockholm, in December, Born in the forested countryside of Sweden she was told many of the classic Swedish fairytales, which she would later use as inspiration in her magic realist writings.

Such longing for the unreachable, for what was hidden behind life, the animals felt libor once a year, and it was on that day when they saw the Great Crane Dance.

Nils realizes he cannot be seen like this by his parents, so he determines to escape. It was a book that had been discarded from the local public library and was in fairly good condition considering the copyright date of ! De verschillende delen van het land worden in het verhaal beschreven. When that was one of the central themes of any narrative contained in the book, it left me disoriented at the end.


El maravilloso viaje de Nils Holgersson by Selma Lagerlöf (3 star ratings)

Luego supe que tal historia era conocida como el viaje de Nils Holgersson. The challenges with the fox and the tussle between gray and black rats were good elements, but I was rather surprised that the books wrapped up without Nils returning to his or There were some mildly interesting elements of Nils-turned-tomten and his transformation from hopeless rascal into a generous service-oriented miniature.

But what I do remember is that the book had some magical stories to tell. Her visit to Palestine and a colony of Christians there, would inspire her to write Jerusalemher story of Swedish farmers converting into a evangelical Christian group and travelling to “The American Colony” in Jerusalem.

He maltreats animals, is rude to everyone including his parents and a bully to the other kids. Si trova ad interagire prima con le oche e poi con animali di ogni genere: Never too Late to Written by a school teacher La This book is a series of vignettes of Nils’s adventures across Sweden on the back of a goose.

The vignettes sometimes feel disjointed, enough so that I wondered if bits of the story had dropped off through the years and translations. Customers who bought this item also bought. Refresh and try again.

Niels zit tijdens het vliegen op de nek van Maarten en ‘s nachts slaapt hij vaak in het heerlijk warme verendek van Maarten.

Het verhaal gaat over de trektocht van de wilde ganzen. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Get to Know Us. Return to Book Page. Being his mean self, he catches him and only lets go of the gnome when the gnome promises to help him learn the sermon. He catches the elf in a net, and as punishment, is turned into one himself.


Enabled Amazon Best Sellers Rank: I do have quite a few reservations considering this book. As the author wrote this with an emphasis on the geography of Sweden, some portions of each chapter were a bit slow and dry. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. These were generally to forward a moral, however, holgerson is my least-favorite sort of storytelling strategy.

The gnome however, punishes Nils and makes him shrink to gnome-like dimensions. I don’t want to spoil the end, but it was very unresolved and strange to me. Written by a school teacher Lagerlofthese stories primarily teach Swedish geography, which explains the hopscotching across the country, and they incorporate regional folk tales and legends, which explains my initial confusion in assuming this book derives from an actual Scandinavian folktale.

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Op die manier kan je volgen hoe de trektocht verloopt. I’m not sure this is the version I read, but hopefully they are all close enough that it won’t matter. Davvero una bella favola, mi spiace non averla letta da bambina.