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Un classico straniero della narrativa per i ragazzi, un testo di qualit perch affidato, per la traduzione, a Ottiero Ottieri, scrittore contemporaneo di grande fama ed esperienza Un racconto ambientato a Londra nel sedicesimo secolo Tom e Edoardo sono nati nello stesso giorno e si somigliano moltissimo, potrebbero essere gemelli, ma uno un principe e l altro un povUn classico straniero della narrativa per i ragazzi, un testo di qualit perch affidato, per la traduzione, a Ottiero Ottieri, scrittore contemporaneo di grande fama ed esperienza Un racconto ambientato a Londra nel sedicesimo secolo Tom e Edoardo sono nati nello stesso giorno e si somigliano moltissimo, potrebbero essere gemelli, ma uno un principe e l altro un povero Un giorno si incontreranno e la loro sorprendente somiglianza permetter loro di scambiarsi i vestiti e i ruoli una storia divertentissima e chiss se accaduta davvero

  • Title: Il principe e il povero
  • Author: Mark Twain Ottiero Ottieri
  • ISBN: 9788809042360
  • Page: 200
  • Format: Paperback

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Mark Twain Ottiero Ottieri

Samuel Langhorne Clemens, better known by his pen name Mark Twain, was an American author and humorist He is noted for his novels Adventures of Huckleberry Finn 1885 , called the Great American Novel , and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer 1876.Twain grew up in Hannibal, Missouri, which would later provide the setting for Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer He apprenticed with a printer He also worked as a typesetter and contributed articles to his older brother Orion s newspaper After toiling as a printer in various cities, he became a master riverboat pilot on the Mississippi River, before heading west to join Orion He was a failure at gold mining, so he next turned to journalism While a reporter, he wrote a humorous story, The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County, which proved to be very popular and brought him nationwide attention His travelogues were also well received Twain had found his calling.He achieved great success as a writer and public speaker His wit and satire earned praise from critics and peers, and he was a friend to presidents, artists, industrialists, and European royalty.However, he lacked financial acumen Though he made a great deal of money from his writings and lectures, he squandered it on various ventures, in particular the Paige Compositor, and was forced to declare bankruptcy With the help of Henry Huttleston Rogers, however, he eventually overcame his financial troubles Twain worked hard to ensure that all of his creditors were paid in full, even though his bankruptcy had relieved him of the legal responsibility.Born during a visit by Halley s Comet, he died on its return He was lauded as the greatest American humorist of his age , and William Faulkner called Twain the father of American literature.Excerpted from.

Comments Il principe e il povero

  • Henry Avila

    Imagine you're a nine-year-old boy, grungy rags for clothes, belly empty, a sadistic father who beats you, if you don't beg for money (and get it) . Afraid of life, an endless, joyless, struggle, to survive. The only relief from the grim reality, is sleep, for a few hours, on the dirty floor, in something not quite a shelter. Maybe dream of a better existence, then a few hours after, a fantasy, everything you desire, is no problem to obtain. And the child , is now the King of England ! That's th [...]

  • Ahmad Sharabiani

    The prince and the pauper,Mark Twain, 1881The Prince and the Pauper is a novel by American author Mark Twain. It was first published in 1881 in Canada, before its 1882 publication in the United States. The novel represents Twain's first attempt at historical fiction. Set in 1547, it tells the story of two young boys who are identical in appearance: Tom Canty, a pauper who lives with his abusive father in Offal Court off Pudding Lane in London, and Prince Edward, son of King Henry VIII.عنوان [...]

  • David Schaafsma

    I read this several times as a kid, and loved it. Twain humor and class commentary about the hypocrisy of the upper classes. And a fantasy, turned weekly into a Disney movie that sapped all the Twain and satire out of it. Then many many spinoff books and movies. But the idea of a beggar switching places with a prince, that still has a draw in it. The Homes of Celebrity tv shows. The Lives of the Rich and Famous. This isn't Twain's best work, but it is Twain, so is always worth reading.

  • Mahdi Lotfi

    شاهزاده و گدا (به انگلیسی: The Prince and the Pauper) نام رمانی تاریخی و جاودانه مارک تواین نویسنده آمریکایی است که در سال ۱۸۸۱ میلادی نگارش شده است. این کتاب داستان ادوارد و تام را بیان می‌کند که یکی ولیعهد انگلستان و دیگری گدایی بیش نیست. دست تقدیر به واسطه چهره‌های آن‌ها که بسیار شبیه [...]

  • Amin

    تقریبا هیچ وقت به کتاب‌های کلاسیک دید خوبی نداشتم، اما تصمیم گرفتم به این دسته از ادبیات هم یک فرصتی بدم. شاهزاده و گدا کتاب خوبی بود، داستان جالب، طنز پنهان و انتقادی خوب، سرعت نسبتا مناسب برای اتفاقات. در کل دوستش داشتم، هرچند در بعضی فصول که فقط قصر رو توصیف می‌کرد کمی خسته [...]

  • Agir(آگِر)

    دو زندگی ،یکی در بالاترین مقام جامعه و یکی در بدترین شرایط جامعهپادشاهی و گداییو بعد مارک تواین، بازیگرهای این دو نقش را باهم عوض میکندتا از تاثیر محیط در تربیت انسان ها بگویدهرچی میخوام این داستانو را یه جورایی به هزارو یکشب ربط بدهم و از دزدی ادبی بگویم، میبینم که نمی شود ای [...]

  • r

    الان كه فكر ميكنم ميبينم ما كه كودكيمان در ده شصت بود چقدر خوشبخت بوديم همه كارتون هاي ناب ومورد علاقه ما از روي كتابهاي نويسنده هاي بزرگ دنيا ساخته شده داستان شاهزاده وگدا رو همه ميدونيم ادوارد شاهزاده انگلستان در حياط قصر متوجه پسر بچه اي بي نهايت شبيه خودش ميشه ومخفيانه او [...]

  • Chris

    Upon moving to Glenview, I had no reliable bookstore I was aware of, save the bigass Barnes & Nobles near the train station by work. Such a shop near my train station isn’t quite helpful, as the maximum I have at such a locale is about 6 minutes, and it’s a 3 minute walk from the station. Upon finding Books-A-Million, I was quite content; in what I believe to be my first visit there, I had a hankering (for some unknown reason) to get a copy of the much-cited Mark Twain classic “The Cel [...]

  • Momen ahmadi

    آدمی همه چیز را با هم ندارد و یا همه چیز نمی تواند یک جا برای یک نفر باشدآنکه شاه است آرامش فقیر را ندارد و آنکه فقیر است ثروت شاه راهیچ انسانی خوشبختی بر روی کره زمین پیدا نخواهی کرد و هر کسی از نداشتن و نبودن چیزی و یا کسی در رنج استظرف خواسته های ما هیچ موقع پر نخواهد شد و برآور [...]

  • BAM The Bibliomaniac

    Catching up with the classics #8RTC

  • Anne Hawn Smith

    This is one of my favorite books of Mark Twain. Tom Canty is a poor boy in the London slums. His birth only brings more poverty to his already dirt poor family. Edward VI is the long awaited heir to the English throne. They are born on the same day and look so alike they can't believe it. They exchange clothes and Edward VI ends up being thrown out of the palace by guards who think he is the poor boy he looks to be. Both boys have difficulty fitting into the other's lives.Tom comes to like the l [...]

  • Sarah ~

    إدوارد ابن ملك انجلترا ووريث العرشوتوم ابن لص متسول وأقرب إلى طفل متشرد " يلتقي الفَتَيان ذات يوم مصادفةً، يقرران تبديل ملابسهما ليرى كل منهما الوجه الآخر من الحياة، لكنهما يفترقان فجأة قبل أن تُتَح لهما فرصة تغيير ملابسهما، فيجد كل منهما نفسه أسير حياة الآخر "لكنها ليست مج [...]

  • Sara Kamjou

    این کتاب رو اولین بار تو بچگی خوندم و تو همون ایام فیلم یا سریالشو هم دیدم. مجدد خوندنش برام پر از نوستالژی بود و جالب اینکه داستانش خوب یادم بود که نشون‌دهنده‌ی اثرگذاری داستانه.داستان در مورد تام فقیر و ادوارد شاهزاده‌ست که هر دو در یک روز به دنیا میان و سر جریاناتی با هم آش [...]

  • Pete daPixie

    The first thing to say is I NEVER read historical fiction. NEVER EVER. So that is why I picked up this book by Samuel Clemens. I just love what came off the silver gilded pen of this persona from Missouri. I could easily have gone higher than three stars if Mr Twain had extended this short novel. Short, but sweet with honeyed prose.'The Prince and the Pauper' may appear in the guise of a feeble children's story. An unlikely tale of rags and riches set in Tudor England. Yet, Mark Clemens, or is t [...]

  • Ben Babcock

    This is not my first time to the Mark Twain rodeo, but it has been a long time since I last visited. Twain is not high on my list of priorities, sorry to say. However, this lovely edition of The Prince and the Pauper found its way into my possession, so I decided to challenge those priorities. While I don’t think I will be rushing to devour the rest of Twain’s oeuvre just yet, this book has certainly given me a more mature appreciation of Twain as a writer. After all, the last time I encount [...]

  • Steph

    This book was excellent. It was hard to get into at first because I brought it to read in school, and because some of the diction is quite wordy and eloquent, it was hard to read with background noise. However, this is to be expected of any classic, so I didn't give up, I just read it at home instead where it was quieter and there were less distractions. In the beginning, I set myself to read 25 pages a day and I did, no more and no less, but eventually (about halfway through the novel) I starte [...]

  • در جستجوی نام خویش

    شاید بهتر بود قبل ترها در سن کمتری می خواندمش. گرچه الآن هم خوب بود.ترجمه محمد قاضی خوب بود و روان.

  • Rizal

    I can't express my feeling enough on how much I really love this! andddddd straight up to my favourite pile!And Miles Hendon! Oh my how I love his character.

  • Sarah Grace

    DNF. Maybe I'll finish it someday. :)

  • Svenja

    War ganz nett, aber etwas langweilig.Den Prinzen fand ich richtig ätzend :D

  • Hirdesh

    Nice classic.

  • Jeff

    Everything by Mark Twain is good. I only knew this from a kids' (or maybe Disney) version. The most amusing thing was Twain's Shakespearian flourishes. Check out this little bit of "dialogue" from the dying king:"He is mad; but he is my son, and England's heir; and, mad or sane, still shall he reign! And hear ye further, and proclaim it: whoso speaketh of this his distemper worketh against the peace and order of these realms, and shall to the gallows! . . . Give me to drink -- I burn: this sorro [...]

  • Mikey B.

    What a delightful story this is! It is filled with wit and humor as one would expect from Mark Twain.We follow our two main protagonists in their re-adjustments to their new lifestyles as they inadvertently swap roles. So many interesting themes and nuances are interwoven into the narrative mix – such as be careful what you wish for. Neither character is painted as being immaculate, as their defects manifest themselves as they undertake their new positions. The contrasting lifestyles within th [...]

  • Sarita

    لقد قررت قبل أن أبدء فى قراءة السيرة الذاتية لمارك توينأن أتعرف أولاً على قلمهفقراءت له توم سوير ثم الأمير والفقيرووجدت كاتب يمتلك من الخيال الكثير إلا أنه لم يبتعد عن الواقع بل أنه وظف الخيال لألقاء الضوء على سلبيات الواقعوقد نجح فى فعل ذلك بجدارة من خلال هذه القصةملحوظةيب [...]

  • Simona Bartolotta

    Ho sempre amato questa storia, ma stranamente la prosa di Twain non ha saputo coinvolgermi come le altre volte. Le mie aspettative, ahimè, sono state deluse.Ma don't worry Mark, ti amo ancora.

  • مجید اسطیری

    رمان شاهزاده و گدا یکی از شناخته‌شده‌ترین آثار مارک تواین است. رمانی که بارها مورد اقتباس تصویری در قالب فیلم سینمایی، سریال تلویزیونی و انیمیشن قرار گرفته‌است. مارک تواین در این اثر اجتماعی با درانداختن یک گرۀ به‌ظاهر ساده، داستان را به دل جامعه انگلستان قرن 16 می‌برد و نا [...]

  • Book Concierge

    Book on CD narrated by Steve West.Two boys born on the same day in very different circumstances meet and discover they each envy the other’s experiences. But only when they exchange clothes do they realize how identical they are in looks. So much so that Edward, Prince of Wales, is ejected from the palace as a beggar, while the pauper Tom Canty is accepted as the prince, despite their protests to the contrary.This is a wonderful classic that explores the difference in class in 16th century Eng [...]

  • Donna

    I liked this book. As a child, I had this book in a bookcase located right outside my bedroom door, but I never read it. I never know what to expect with old classics. Sometimes I can see why it is beloved, and sometimes I can't. With this one I could see why. It was a little slow in the middle, but I enjoyed story overall. I'm surprised I haven't read more by this author. I need to see what my library has.

  • David Sarkies

    Mark Twain's Trading Places9 November 2012 I had heard of this book but was never really sure what it was about, however when I read the first few chapters I suddenly realised that I have seen the story before – Trading Places. Okay, there are a few differences, such as the themes, however the plot is pretty much the same. Clements does indicate that this was not his original idea, suggesting that he has heard this story from some other place, though he is unsure as to the truth of it or not. [...]

  • Jade

    This was a wonderful as an audio book to listen to while doing the dishes :)

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