Dec 04, 2021

The Story of a Mother

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  • Title: The Story of a Mother
  • Author: Hans Christian Andersen
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  • Page: 332
  • Format: MP3 CD

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The Story of a Mother

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The Story of a Mother

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  1. I read a version of this at andersenu vaerk hersI would like to read other versions to compare, as I ve noticed with other stories by Andersen that versions by different translators can vary quite a bit The reason I read this is because it was a favorite story of Vincent Van Gogh, according to the biography by Steven Naifeh and Gregory White Smith which my daughter is reading Why this sad tale for a favorite story that he told many times to children he met



  2. Death walks faster than the wind and never returns what he has taken Tell me which way he went and I will find him Night tells her to go into the forest, but first the mother must sing every lullaby that she has ever sung for her child In the forest, a thorn bush tells her which way to continue, but only after she has warmed the bush by pressing it to her chest, causing her to bleed The mother then reaches a lake that carries her across in exchange for her eyes, which she cries out.


  3. She mother pressed the blackthorn bush against her heart to warm it, and the thorns stabbed so deep into her flesh that great drops of red blood flowed So warm was the mother s heart that the blackthorn bush blossomed and put forth green leaves on that dark winter s night.


  4. A courageous mother pleads with Death, demanding the return of her deceased daughter Suspenseful to the very end, especially since Death gives some tidbits on the Lord s selection process A hair short of 5 stars.





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