Bola De Manteca Descargar PDF

  • Bola De Manteca Descargar PDF

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    Bola De Manteca Registrate ahora para tener acceso a miles de libros disponibles para su descarga gratuita. El libro esta disponible en PDF, epub, audiolibro y muchos mas formatos. El registro es gratuito. Once upon a time he was a little boy, who spent all day playing. One day a witch with a sack knocked on the door of her house and intended to take it .... In European literature we can find many kinds of witches. Their nature and functions differ according to the historical epoch, social class, geographic location ... but all have in common knowledge and powers of supernatural origin. The expansion of witches in children"s literature has much to do with these old beliefs of old Europe; But in spite of its ancestral origin, as a character that fosters fantasy and imagination, the witch has come to this day as a playful fetish, and appears frequently in both traditional tales and new literary creations. In Bola de Manteca we find many characteristic elements of European folk tales, forming a very elaborate history, with the typical repetitions so present in children"s stories, and a fast rhythm in action. The witch"s persistence in achieving her goal knows no limits. Three times the witch tries to fool Bola de Manteca, offering her tempting gifts. Impossible as it may seem, up to three times the boy will fall into the same trap: the sack, an element of great symbolic power. Nothing seems more terrible than falling into the witch"s sack; But, again and again, using intelligence, the child will be able to flee to overcome the danger. Finally, the wicked personage will be deceived with cunning: the witch will fall into the cauldron and end up burning, suffering its own punishment. This traditional Norwegian story appears with very similar variations throughout Europe. It is mainly related to Pierino Pierone, collected by Calvin in his Italian folktales. Scholars of European folklore, also Calvino, claim that some stories collected as Norwegians were carried by Italian fruit sellers. Iván Suárez offers us a work of illustration In which they emphasize the impact of the faces of the personages and their looks. The protagonists, the witch and the child, are represented through the contrast of geometries of their faces. Text of Ana Presunto, from a popular Norwegian tale Illustrations by Iván Suárez Once upon a time he was a little boy, who spent all day playing. One day a witch with a sack knocked on the door of her house and intended to take it .... In European literature we can find many kinds of witches. Their nature and functions differ according to the historical epoch, social class, geographic location ... but all have in common knowledge and powers of supernatural origin. The expansion of witches in children"s literature has much to do with these old beliefs of old Europe; But in spite of its ancestral origin, as a character that fosters fantasy and imagination, the witch has come to this day as a playful fetish, and appeared frequently in both traditional tales and new literary creations. In Bola de Manteca we find many characteristic elements of European folk tales, forming a very elaborate history, with the typical repetitions so present in children"s stories, and a fast rhythm in action. The witch"s persistence in achieving her goal knows no limits. Three times the witch tries to fool Manteca Ball, offering her tempting gifts. Impossible as it may seem, up to three times the boy will fall into the same trap: the sack, an element of great symbolic power. Nothing seems more terrible than falling into the witch"s sack; But, again and again, using intelligence, the child will be able to flee to overcome the danger. Finally, the wicked personage will be deceived with cunning: the witch will fall into the cauldron and end up burning, suffering its own punishment. This traditional Norwegian story appears with very similar variations throughout Europe. It is mainly related to Pierino Pierone, collected by Calvin in his Italian folktales. Scholars of European folklore, also Calvino, claim that some Norwegians were carried by Italian fruit sellers. Iván Suárez offers us a work of illustration In which they emphasize the impact of the faces of the personages and their looks. The protagonists, the witch and the child, are represented through the contrast of geometries of their faces. Text of Anna Ham, from a Norwegian folktale Illustrations by Iván Suárez

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