6 edition of The Emperor"s New Clothes found in the catalog.
October 22, 1998 by Harcourt .
Written in English
|Contributions||Starbright Foundation (Contributor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
He liked to sound intelligent. They took hold of his waist and pretended to tie something about him. This is an awesome rendition of the emperer's new clothes. He took many officers of the court and the two honest men who had already admired the cloth. How wonderfully splendid! After some days, one of them came to the king and told him the cloth was commenced, that it was the most curious thing in the world, describing the design and construction; he then prayed the king to favor them with a visit, but begged he would come alone.
The two swindlers invited him to step closer, asking him if it wasn't a beautiful design and if the colors weren't magnificent. Can lying be good? They pretended to roll the cloth off the looms. Am I a simpleton, or am I unfit to be an Emperor?
No one can be better for his job than he is. So the good old minister went into the hall where the two swindlers sat working at their empty looms. He said that he was a tailor. Watching the whole ordeal, Smith and Geoffrey now exchanged suspicious looks. They sewed with needles but without any thread. Kids can be asked about why honesty is important, or whether or not you have to be honest in order to be good.
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Asking when they themselves have lied can relate their personal experiences to the situation of the individuals in the story, and help them emphasize with how the characters in the story felt. What colors! In The Annotated Hans Christian Andersenfolk and fairy tale researcher Maria Tatar offers a scholarly investigation and analysis of the story, drawing on Robbins' political and sociological analysis of the tale.
At the end, we have a question whether anyone needs honesty and truth in a world ruled by lies. Were the characters who were tricked just as morally and ethically wrong in lying, as the weavers?
The king eventually learned to be happy without so many material items. What a perfect fit! At the end of the story, a child is the one to point out the truth. Both brothers were now gripping the emperor close. Music by Luke. And all the children.
See to it that our revered guests are given only the finest amenities. This is seen blatantly within the story.
I will never tell that I could not see the stuff. But he was very vain. What a splendid design! That same day, the emperor, Geoffrey, and Smith were sitting in the game room gambling when they heard two consecutive knocks on the door. When he remembered that a simpleton, or one unfit for his job would be unable to see the cloth he began to worry.
They asked for the finest silk and the purest gold, all of which they hid away, continuing to work on the empty looms, often late into the night. The Emperor turned round and from side to side before the looking glass. Once again they put all that was given them into their knapsacks. He appeared to be examining his handsome suit.
Not only were the colors and the patterns extraordinarily beautiful, but in addition, this material had the amazing property that it was to be invisible to anyone who was incompetent or stupid. And then everyone on the street laughed — and laughed — and laughed even harder. The first two booklets of the collection were published in May and Decemberand met with little critical enthusiasm.
The two swindlers raised their arms as though they were holding something and said, "Just look at these trousers! The tailor left the palace with ten suitcases full of gold. With these clothes I can know who is smart and who is stupid!
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Hans Christian Andersen’s tale of the emperors new clothes is humorous. I would recommend his Story because it teaches children about the importance of trust, helping them to understand that they must trust anyone before they ask them to do something for them/5.
Oct 15, · "The Emperor's New Clothes" (Danish: Kejserens nye Kl?der) is a short tale by Hans Christian Andersen about two weavers who promise an Emperor a new suit of clothes that is invisible to those who are unfit for their positions, stupid, or incompetent/5.
Like everyone else in the kingdom, two clever swindlers understand the king's passion for new clothes.
Claiming to be creators of the richest and most beautiful cloth in the world, they cleverly announce that the "magical" garments they are weaving for the Emperor are invisible to anyone lacking intelligence.5/5(1).
“The Emperor’s new clothes are ready!” The Emperor, with all the grandees of his court, came to the weavers.
The thieves raised their arms, as if in the act of holding something up. “Here are your Majesty’s trousers! Here is the scarf! Here is the mantle!/ Jul 09, · The Emperor's New Clothes Hardcover – January 24, by Hans Christian Andersen (Author), Richard Walz (Illustrator),/5(6).