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Be the first to ask a question about El maravilloso viaje de Nils Holgersson. Non mi stupisce che in Svezia questa favola sia un classico della letteratura per l’infanzia. She devoted three years to Nature study and to familiarizing herself with animal and bird life; she sought out unpublished folklore and legends of the different provinces, and wove them all into her story.

As the author wrote this with an emphasis on the geography of Sweden, some portions of each chapter were a bit slow and dry. 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 stories of Nils are just over years old; not quite as far-back reaching as stories from Andersen or Brothers Grimm. Zo plaagde hij de dieren op de boerderij waar hij woonde. Si trova ad interagire prima con le oche e poi con animali di ogni genere: Deze dieren waren dan ook blij verrast toen hun plaaggeest werd omgetoverd tot een heel klein ventje.

There were some mildly interesting elements of Nils-turned-tomten and his transformation from hopeless rascal into a generous service-oriented miniature. Ik vind het een taai boek; ik had er moeite mee om vlot door te blijven lezen. Instead everyone, both those with wings and those without wings, wanted to rise up above the clouds, seek what was beyond there, leave the heavy body that pulled down towards the earth, and soar towards the unearthly.

Such longing for the unreachable, for what was hidden behind life, the animals felt only once a year, and it was on that day when they saw the Great Crane Dance. The descriptions were rich, beautiful, and informative of the Swedish landscape. Partito un po’ lentamente confesso che avrei voluto abbandonarne la lettura dopo le prime trenta pagine!


Trivia About The Wonderful Adv The style of the story changes dramatically about halfway through, but once I adjusted, it was fine.

For many years her constant companion was fellow writer Sophie Elkan, with whom she traveled to Italy and the Middle East. Nils Holgersson is an insufferable boy.

A big book, but full of nice stories of the wonderful adventures of Nils, a boy who was turned tiny and went on hlogersson trip on his goose or was it a duck, I can’t remember?

Since she for some of her early years had problems with her legs she was born with a faulty hip she would also spend a lot of time reading books such as the Bible. Written by a librp 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.

Het verhaal magavilloso over de trektocht van de wilde ganzen. Sin duda cumple su cometido. We were both disappointed with the ending.

Nils grabs onto the back of Morton goosey gander, and so his adventures begin.

However, after reading more about the author and how the book came about, I’ve determined that isn’t the case. Ik denk dat het boek voor kinderen vooral geschikt is om uit voorgelezen te worden. 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.

Because the main aim of this book is to educate children and teach them morals, it is less of a story than a lesson. Het boek is vol fantasie en verbeelding; hoe kan het dat een jongetje tot kabouter wordt omgevormd en meereist op de nek van een gans?

Mama wants to get back to reading Ralph Moody’s series aloud. Il racconto ha tutti i dettagli della buona favola: Het verhaal haalt de lezer uit de werkelijkheid en neemt hem mee op een spannende reis door en over Zweden. However, it ended rather oddly and abruptly, and was perhaps too long-winded for a 6 year old read aloud.

The vignettes sometimes feel disjointed, enough so that I wondered if bits of the story had dropped off through the years and translations. Lists with This Book. The gnome however, punishes Nils and makes him shrink to gnome-like dimensions. This book is a series of vignettes of Nils’s adventures across Sweden on the back of a goose.


Zoals het hoort in een boek als dit, komt het uiteindelijk allemaal goed. Outside of Sweden she’s perhaps most widely known for holgerssson children’s book Nils Holgerssons underbara resa genom Sverige The Wonderful Adventures of Nils.

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

I enjoyed it quite a bit. He maltreats animals, is rude to everyone including his parents and a bully to the other kids. He eventually meets a domesticated gander who wants to fly to Lapland like the wild geese. 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.

Charming story reminiscent of E.

El maravilloso viaje de Nils Holgersson

But what I do remember is that the book holgerson some magical stories to tell. The adventures Nils had were interesting and thought provoking, however if the kids want to find out if there is a happy ending, they’ll need to read the sequel on their own. She would among other things help the Jewish writer Nelly Sachs to come to Sweden and donated her Nobel medal to the Finnish war effort against the Soviet union.

It made me travel and imagine to lands and times I haven’t been. Through this story, one learns some Swedish folktales and mythological stories, as well as geography.

Conveniently, the geese are bolgersson for the season, and taunt one of the barnyard geese to come with them. Now for the good stuff, I appreciated the fundamental lessons and the setting the book brings to life. Met de tamme gans Maarten, die ook bij de familie Nielsson woont, gaat hij vervolgens met een troep wilde ganzen op een trektocht naar het noorden, naar Lapland.

Ultimately, the little vignettes all followed a logical sequence of traveling through Sweden’s countryside but didn’t really tie into a master narrative that drew me in.