El cascanueces y el rey de los ratones



El cascanueces y el rey de los ratones Entonces se oy pitar y chillar locamente, y se oy trotar a muchos piececillos peque os detr s de las paredes, y miles de lucecitas, cuyo resplandor asomaba por todas las rendijas Pero no, no eran luces , eran ojitos brillantes, y Mar a se dio cuenta de que de todos los rincones asomaban ratoncitos que trataban de abrirse camino hacia afuera Un instante despu s comenz a o rse por la habitaci n un trotecillo, y multitud de ratones fueron a colocarse en formaci n, como Federico sol a colocar a sus soldados cuando los sacaba para alguna batalla E.T.A HoffmannErnst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann 1776 1822 despu s de escribir El cascanueces y el Rey de los ratones escribi un segundo cuento para ni os titulado El ni o extra o.Este cuento, seg n el propio autor, es un cuento para ni os y para los que no lo son , para que todos puedan leerlo y descifrar su oculto sentido.El autor, rom ntico por excelencia, expone aqu , al tiempo que una historia entretenida, una teor a sobre la educaci n, frente a la teor a del siglo precedente, de la Ilustraci n Realidad y fantas a, como es costumbre en lodos sus cuentos, dan gran encanto al relato misterioso hoffmanniano. Best Download [ El cascanueces y el rey de los ratones ] Author [ E.T.A. Hoffmann ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – therehabboutique.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 126 pages
  • El cascanueces y el rey de los ratones
  • E.T.A. Hoffmann
  • Spanish
  • 08 January 2018
  • 8497161548

12 thoughts on “El cascanueces y el rey de los ratones

  1. Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin says:

    Okay, I picked this book for a challenge here on Goodreads but now I want the whole set of these books I m loving these covers and they are too expensive right now Maybe get one a month I will also have to admit I have never seen the Nutcracker on tv I might have seen bits of one when I was little Yeah, I never thought I would be into the play, movies, whateverbut now I want to watch them I will also admit that this book creeped me out in the beginning when they were describing the Okay, I picked this book for a challenge here on Goodreads but now I want the whole set of these books I m loving these covers and they are too expensive right now Maybe get one a month I will also have to admit I have never seen the Nutcracker on tv I might have seen bits of one when I was little Yeah, I never thought I would be into the play, movies, whateverbut now I want to watch them I will also admit that this book creeped me out in the beginning when they were describing the sharp little teeth Lol, I know I can make a horror movie...

  2. Joey Woolfardis says:

    Translations are, as a rule, pretty bad I feel like this translation did not do the original story justice at all and a lot of the magic had seeped through the cracks as a result The story itself has dark layers to it that the ballet does not possess It has a rather disjointed flow to it and altogether it is a fairly obvious story of a time long ago when attractiveness was the most important quality in any thing However, the most important thing about this story is that it was the inspirat Translations are, as a rule, pretty bad I feel like this translation did not do the original story justice at all and a lot of the magic had seeped through the cracks as a result The story itself has dark layers to it that the ballet does not possess It has a rather disjointed flow to it and altogether it is a fairly obvious story of a time long ago when attractiveness was the most important quality in any thing However, the most important thing about this story is that it was the inspiration for the ballet, and that makes it expressly priceless and worthy ofthan five measly gold...

  3. Merphy Napier says:

    2.5I think this would be a thrilling and fun story for children and one that comes with some good opportunities for important discussions That being said, the way the story was presented really didn t hold my attention well at all It was okay the whole way through until the end I found the way it turned out quite creepy and odd view spoiler turns out the nutcracker turns back into the guy he was before he was cursed and he proposes to our protagonist Which fine But she s EIGHT That s 2.5I think this would be a thrilling and fun story for children and one that comes with some good opportunities for important discussions That being said, the way the story was presented really didn t hold my attention well at all It was okay the whole way through until the end I found the way it turned out quite cree...

  4. Calista says:

    Maurice Sendak did the illustrations for this edition I love them They are quirky and what you expect from Maurice.This is the full edition and it is night something you can read in a single bedtime story This is long This is also all about how things look Is someone pretty or not Marie sees the beauty on the inside over what is on the outside The nutcracker ballet focuseson the candyland part of the story and the beauty there The book spends much of the story on war heaven help Maurice Sendak did the illustrations for this edition I love them They are quirky and what you expect from Maurice.This is the full edition and it is night something you can read in a single bedtime story This is long This is also all about how things look Is someone pretty or not Marie sees the beauty on the inside over what is on the outside The nutcracker ballet focuseson the candyland part of the story ...

  5. Katherine says:

    You ll have to suffer a lot if you want to take charge of a poor, deformed Nutcracker Only you can rescue him Be strong and loyalSynopsis E.T.A Hoffman forever ruins your favorite Christmas time ballet Try overcoming this sucker, Tchaikovsky Biblio Babble Wonderful Christian Entertainment This Is Not Like a lot of people, my family and I watch The Nutcracker every Christmas, since it seems to be a holiday staple However, either I m totally missing something or I just wasn t payiYou ll have to suffer a lot if you want to take charge of a poor, deformed Nutcracker Only you can rescue him Be strong and loyalSynopsis E.T.A Hoffman forever ruins your favorite Christmas time ballet Try overcoming this sucker, Tchaikovsky Biblio Babble Wonderful Christian Entertainment This Is Not Like a lot of people, my family and I watch The Nutcracker every Christmas, since it seems to be a holiday staple However, either I m totally missing something or I just wasn t paying attention when we started watching it when I was a child, but I don t remember it being so darn dark in nature However, after doing some research, Tchaikovsky adapted it from not only Hoffman s story, but Alexandre Dumas adapted story as well So I think a lot of it had to do with the fact that we were given a very PG rated version of the story Cause let me tell you something, children this book is dark as HELL I was in a constant state o...

  6. Heather *Awkward Queen and Unicorn Twin* says:

    The Nutcracker Prince, with Keifer Sutherland as the voice of Nutcracker, was one of my favorite childhood movies, and is still a favorite to this day When I realized it was based on a short story that also inspired the ballet, obviously I had to read it.I m not a fan of Where the Wild Things Are, and I wasn t too impressed with Sendak s weird Labyrinth like tale, Outside Over There because there was no Jareth in it, obviously But I wanted to read this version because Auntie J said it was th The Nutcracker Prince, with Keifer Sutherland as the voice of Nutcracker, was one of my favorite childhood movies, and is still a favorite to this day When I realized it was based on a short story that also inspired the ballet, obviously I had to read it.I m not a fan of Where the Wild Things Are, and I wasn t too impressed with Sendak s weird Labyrinth like tale, Outside Over There because there was no Jareth in it, obviously But I wanted to read this version because Auntie J said it was the best version ever I actually read another version of this tale and was less t...

  7. Camilla says:

    4.5 Book 4 in CramaThon2015 Read a book under 200 pages.

  8. dely says:

    Till now I ve liked everything I ve read by ETA Hoffmann and I don t understand why he isn tknown and read, seen also that he is important in literature seen that several important andfamous authors took inspiration from his works What I above all like is his skill to mix magic, fantasy and reality and also a bit of creepiness Till now in all his stories I was enraptured by this mix, that at the end I wasn t able to say what was true and what was magic Also in this story, till the Till now I ve liked everything I ve read by ETA Hoffmann and I don t understand why he isn tknown and read, seen also that he is important in literature seen that several important andfamous authors took inspiration from his works What I above all like is his skill to mix magic, fantasy and reality and also a bit of creepiness Till now in all his stories I was enraptured by this mix, that at the end I wasn t able to say what was true and what was magic Also in this story, till the end I didn t know if Marie really lived everything or if she only dreamt about it To be honest, I didn t worry about it because thanks to Hoffmann s skill, the dreamy kid that is in me came out, so I absolutely believe...

  9. Jessaka says:

    I read this book years ago, but since I am reviewing Christmas books that I am reading this year, I have added this.Back in the 1970s my friend Cathy took me and her grandmother to see The Nutcracker Ballet in San Francisco It was the highlight of my Christmas and many to come We did a lot of Christmas things when I lived in Berkeley San Francisco was always great for looking in store windows to see the old fashion Christmas displays and Union Square was always lit up And then we enjoyed the I read this book years ago, but since I am reviewing Christmas books that I am reading this year, I have added this.Back in the 1970s my friend Cathy took me and her grandmother to see The Nutcracker Ballet in San Francisco It was the highlight of my Christmas and many to come We did a lot of Christmas things when I lived in Berkeley San Francisco was always great for looking in store windows to see the old fashion Christmas displays and Union Square was always lit u...

  10. Christine says:

    I love my edition with its wonderful introduction and Maurice Sendak illustrations I love the music and the dancing that is the ballet But there is something about this story that always creeps me out It is not the many headed mouse king No, its the whole ending bit The story is about girl growing up, to a degree, except that it is rather strange because when she travel with her dream prince she dreams of a place any child would want Than all of a sudden she is getting married to a little I love my edition with its wonderful introduction and Maurice Sendak illustrations I love the music and the dancing that is the ballet But there is something about this story that always creeps me out It is not the many headed mouse king No, its the whole ending bit The story is about girl growing up, to a degree, except that it is rather strange because when she travel with her dream prince she dreams...

  11. Pamela says:

    What little girl hasn t been spellbound after seeing the magical wonders of the Nutcracker ballet and feeling the crescendo enthralling music of Tchaikovsky s Op 71 pulsing through the air I certainly was December 1967, my parents took me to see my first Nutcracker performance at the Civic Center Music Hall in Oklahoma City Continuing the tradition, I in turn took my daughters during the winter of their kindergarten years And though I haven t experienced a live performance since 1993, every What little girl hasn t been spellbound after seeing the magical wonders of the Nutcracker ballet and feeling the crescendo enthralling music of Tchaikovsky s Op 71 pulsing through the air I certainly was December 1967, my parents took me to see my first Nutcracker performance at the Civic Center Music Hall in Oklahoma City Continuing the tradition, I in turn took my daughters during the winter of their kindergarten years And though I haven t experienced a live performance since 1993, every Christmas season I try to catch a performance on PBS As for the original story by E.T.A Hoffmann Written in 1816 by one of the leaders of German Romanticism for his children, nephews, and nieces it isn t the lighthearted jovial story I had imagined and associated with the dance world s interpretations thereof It s considerably much darker, and at times gruesome, with religious, sacrilegious, political, astrological, and militant undertones as...

  12. Jalilah says:

    While reading this for a Yule themed group read in the Into the Forest group I realised that I had never actually read this original version I was surprised to find that it s much darker and creepier than the ballet I then discovered that the ballet is actually based on a short story written by Alexandre Dumas I can t give a book where mice play such a large rolethan 3 stars, but regardless this book is interesting to read if you re interested in While reading this for a Yule themed group read in the Into the Forest group I realised that I had never actually read thi...

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