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Gesammelte Märchen 2
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Seit Generationen bezaubern die Dichtungen des ewig jungen Geistes Hans-Christian Andersen Kinder ebenso wie Erwachsene. Wer kennt sie nicht, den standhaften Zinnsoldaten, der sich in die papierene Prinzessin verliebt, oder das kleine Mädchen mit den Schwefelhölzchen? In ihrer Mischung aus lyrischer Zartheit, düsterer Romantik und subtilem Humor sind Andersens Märchen unverwechselbar. Manche sind voll verspieltem Witz wie "Die Prinzessin auf der Erbse", andere voller Melancholie wie "Die kleine Meerjungfrau". Die zweibändige Manesse-Auswahl bringt nicht nur alle Perlen aus Andersens Lebenswerk, sondern auch manche zu Unrecht vergessene Erzählung. Beide Bände sind geschmückt mit zahlreichen zauberhaften Illustrationen.Inhalt Band II:Unter dem Weidenbaum / Fünf aus einer Erbsenschote / "Sie taugte nichts" / Zwei Jungfern / Am äußersten Meer / Das Geldschwein / Ib und die kleine Christine / Tölpel-Hans / Der Flaschenhals / Suppe von einem Wurstspeiler / Etwas / Der letzte Traum der alten Eiche / Die Tochter des Schlammkönigs / Die Schnelläufer / Die Glockentiefe / Der Wind erzählt von Waldemar Daae un seinen Töchtern / Kindergeschwätz / Ein Stück Perlenschnur / Das Kind im Grabe / Der Hofhahn und de Wetterhahn / Eine Geschichte aus den Dünen / Der Mistkäfer / Was Vater tut, ist immer recht / Der Schneemann / Die Eisjungfrau / Der Schmetterling / Der Bischof auf Börglum und seine Sippe / In der Kinderstube / Die Teekanne / Das Heinzelmännchen und die Madam / Verwahrt ist nicht vergessen / Der Sohn des Pförtners / Des Paten Bilderbuch / Die Lumpen / Was die Distel erlebte / Die Wochentage / Der Gärtner und die Herrschaft / Der Krüppel.

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Gesammelte Märchen 2
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Seit Generationen bezaubern die Dichtungen des ewig jungen Geistes Hans-Christian Andersen Kinder ebenso wie Erwachsene. Wer kennt sie nicht, den standhaften Zinnsoldaten, der sich in die papierene Prinzessin verliebt, oder das kleine Mädchen mit den Schwefelhölzchen? In ihrer Mischung aus lyrischer Zartheit, düsterer Romantik und subtilem Humor sind Andersens Märchen unverwechselbar. Manche sind voll verspieltem Witz wie "Die Prinzessin auf der Erbse", andere voller Melancholie wie "Die kleine Meerjungfrau". Die zweibändige Manesse-Auswahl bringt nicht nur alle Perlen aus Andersens Lebenswerk, sondern auch manche zu Unrecht vergessene Erzählung. Beide Bände sind geschmückt mit zahlreichen zauberhaften Illustrationen.Inhalt Band II:Unter dem Weidenbaum / Fünf aus einer Erbsenschote / "Sie taugte nichts" / Zwei Jungfern / Am äußersten Meer / Das Geldschwein / Ib und die kleine Christine / Tölpel-Hans / Der Flaschenhals / Suppe von einem Wurstspeiler / Etwas / Der letzte Traum der alten Eiche / Die Tochter des Schlammkönigs / Die Schnelläufer / Die Glockentiefe / Der Wind erzählt von Waldemar Daae un seinen Töchtern / Kindergeschwätz / Ein Stück Perlenschnur / Das Kind im Grabe / Der Hofhahn und de Wetterhahn / Eine Geschichte aus den Dünen / Der Mistkäfer / Was Vater tut, ist immer recht / Der Schneemann / Die Eisjungfrau / Der Schmetterling / Der Bischof auf Börglum und seine Sippe / In der Kinderstube / Die Teekanne / Das Heinzelmännchen und die Madam / Verwahrt ist nicht vergessen / Der Sohn des Pförtners / Des Paten Bilderbuch / Die Lumpen / Was die Distel erlebte / Die Wochentage / Der Gärtner und die Herrschaft / Der Krüppel.

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Norwegian politician 19th century birth Introdu...
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Norwegian politician 19th century birth Introduction ab 25.49 € als Taschenbuch: Christian August Selmer August Christian Manthey Anton Christian Bang Johan Ludwig Mowinckel Christian Emil Stoud Platou Claus Daae Henrik Leganger Frisak Emil Stang Anders Sandøe Ørsted Bull Karl Seip. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Naturwissenschaft,

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Have Teeth, Will Bite (eBook, ePUB)
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In the 1890s, attracting the wrong man can be undeadly. When Roz is reported to a witch hunter for talking to her cat, the prim and proper Salem librarian leaves town in a hurry. She doesn't have many options, so she takes a job as a dance hall girl in the wild west. One of the girls is murdered, and Jonah, a reserved but hunky deputy, suspects the local vampire. But Roz knows it wasn't him. She was with him at the time being turned into a vampire against her will. Roz wants to get closer to Jonah. But to find the real killer, she'll have to cozy up to the saloon's rough and rowdy customers instead. Being a vampire might be some protection from the murderer if the method of death wasn't a stake through the heart.Prologue from Have Teeth, Will Bite London at midnight, 1886. The tavern door blew open, letting in chill wind and an even colder customer. Natasha, a voluptuous blonde spilling out of a lightweight black cloak, stepped in. The door slammed shut. The bartender looked up and frowned. He met Natasha's gaze across the smoky, dim-lit distance. Then he turned away fast and began furiously wiping the rough wood bar. Natasha sniffed the air, and her red lips curled up. She wove toward the bar through mostly empty tables with a strange sinuous grace for a woman so large. When she reached one end of the bar, Natasha began to walk along its length. One by one, she scanned the occupants of each stool. In turn, they met her eyes, and she moved on, leaving the mark of varying degrees of nervousness or fear on their faces. Finally, Natasha found an appealing target. She stopped at the side of a young pale-haired man. A roughly dressed workingman--big-boned, baby-faced, and reeking of innocence and purity. Natasha glanced once at the older man on the next stool, and he silently vacated it. She sat down and tossed off her cape, drawing the young workman's eyes to flowing blonde curls that brushed overflowing cleavage. Her impossibly tight girdle created an hourglass figure with a tiny waist. Not having to breathe had its benefits. Natasha stared into the young man's eyes. He seemed nervous, but he couldn't break away from her gaze. His pale skin became paler and somewhat clammy. She heard his heart rate speed up, and his breathing become fast and shallow. "I am Natasha," she purred. "And you are?" "Sam," he answered in the toneless voice of a person under compulsion. "Come along, Sam." Natasha rose from her stool in one smooth motion and glided out of the bar. She didn't stop to pick up her cloak from the floor. It was just a bothersome disguise anyway. Natasha didn't feel the cold, but her husband, Dr. Vandergreest, insisted she wear it. Why go to so much trouble anyway? It wasn't as if these people had the power to do anything to her even if they suspected what she really was. Her husband's tiresome rules were hard to live with--or be undead with--so much of the time. Was it any wonder that she needed a little fun in the evenings? A black carriage waited in front of the tavern. The black-cloaked coachman and two enormous black horses blended into the night's dark shadows. Sam had followed her out as commanded. Natasha turned to him. Sweat dripped down his face in the icy-cold London night. She lifted a pale, shapely arm and gestured toward the complete blackness within the open carriage. "Get inside. I hunger!" she ordered. *** Other books by LD Marr Stalked in the City - In the dystopian near future, there are two classes of people-the users and the used. Under another pen name, Trisha McNary, Alien Pets, hypnoSnatch, and Bonded in Space.

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Have Teeth, Will Bite (eBook, ePUB)
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In the 1890s, attracting the wrong man can be undeadly. When Roz is reported to a witch hunter for talking to her cat, the prim and proper Salem librarian leaves town in a hurry. She doesn't have many options, so she takes a job as a dance hall girl in the wild west. One of the girls is murdered, and Jonah, a reserved but hunky deputy, suspects the local vampire. But Roz knows it wasn't him. She was with him at the time being turned into a vampire against her will. Roz wants to get closer to Jonah. But to find the real killer, she'll have to cozy up to the saloon's rough and rowdy customers instead. Being a vampire might be some protection from the murderer if the method of death wasn't a stake through the heart.Prologue from Have Teeth, Will Bite London at midnight, 1886. The tavern door blew open, letting in chill wind and an even colder customer. Natasha, a voluptuous blonde spilling out of a lightweight black cloak, stepped in. The door slammed shut. The bartender looked up and frowned. He met Natasha's gaze across the smoky, dim-lit distance. Then he turned away fast and began furiously wiping the rough wood bar. Natasha sniffed the air, and her red lips curled up. She wove toward the bar through mostly empty tables with a strange sinuous grace for a woman so large. When she reached one end of the bar, Natasha began to walk along its length. One by one, she scanned the occupants of each stool. In turn, they met her eyes, and she moved on, leaving the mark of varying degrees of nervousness or fear on their faces. Finally, Natasha found an appealing target. She stopped at the side of a young pale-haired man. A roughly dressed workingman--big-boned, baby-faced, and reeking of innocence and purity. Natasha glanced once at the older man on the next stool, and he silently vacated it. She sat down and tossed off her cape, drawing the young workman's eyes to flowing blonde curls that brushed overflowing cleavage. Her impossibly tight girdle created an hourglass figure with a tiny waist. Not having to breathe had its benefits. Natasha stared into the young man's eyes. He seemed nervous, but he couldn't break away from her gaze. His pale skin became paler and somewhat clammy. She heard his heart rate speed up, and his breathing become fast and shallow. "I am Natasha," she purred. "And you are?" "Sam," he answered in the toneless voice of a person under compulsion. "Come along, Sam." Natasha rose from her stool in one smooth motion and glided out of the bar. She didn't stop to pick up her cloak from the floor. It was just a bothersome disguise anyway. Natasha didn't feel the cold, but her husband, Dr. Vandergreest, insisted she wear it. Why go to so much trouble anyway? It wasn't as if these people had the power to do anything to her even if they suspected what she really was. Her husband's tiresome rules were hard to live with--or be undead with--so much of the time. Was it any wonder that she needed a little fun in the evenings? A black carriage waited in front of the tavern. The black-cloaked coachman and two enormous black horses blended into the night's dark shadows. Sam had followed her out as commanded. Natasha turned to him. Sweat dripped down his face in the icy-cold London night. She lifted a pale, shapely arm and gestured toward the complete blackness within the open carriage. "Get inside. I hunger!" she ordered. *** Other books by LD Marr Stalked in the City - In the dystopian near future, there are two classes of people-the users and the used. Under another pen name, Trisha McNary, Alien Pets, hypnoSnatch, and Bonded in Space.

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