Rumpelstiltskin None

  • Title: Rumpelstiltskin
  • Author: Edith H. Tarcov Edward Gorey
  • ISBN: 9780590436168
  • Page: 499
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Edith H. Tarcov Edward Gorey

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    1. Am totally in love with Goreys artwork. They are repulsive, but are wondrous at the same time. The King wants the Millers daughter to spin gold out of straw and if she doesnt shes dead. It happens again and again. Finally the King will make her his wife if she spins more gold. The little man wants her first born if he helps and she agrees. Gold is spun, married bliss takes over and out pops a baby. Now its time to pay up. No, nope not my baby. If she can guess his name, she can keep the precious [...]

    2. We had this book from the school book order when I was a kid. Gorey's illustrations compelled and repelled me at the same time. I remember being disturbed by how he did the noses and round faces to make them purposefully not pretty, even when they were supposed to be (the miller's daughter). I had to buy it years later, because it always came to mind when I thought about picturebooks. Still one of my favorites, because Tarcov does not dumb the story down.

    3. I have had this book since I was a child and remember reading through it many times and admiring the drawing, especially the gold tints, very pretty.

    4. RL: 2.5Lexile: 450Fountas & Pinnell: MThis is a classic tale of mischief and magic. We are drawn to the miller’s daughter’s plight and even though she is in the wrong we cheer for her happy ending.Classroom Use:Consequences: The foolish bargain of a desperate girl has serious consequences down the road.Greed: Each character in the story was motivated by greed.Writing Traits:Ideas: We are carried through this story by the suspense of the Queen’s predicament.Voice: The author cleverly pu [...]

    5. Really flimsy with a mundane and uncreative narrative and simplistic, lazy pictures. Not everything Gorey spun was gold. The last page is one of only a couple that has any of the trademark Gorey emotion: it shows a baby looking despondently up from the hole into which Rumpelstiltskin fell above the line, "No one has seen him since."

    6. Highly disappointing. Gorey may have a unique viewpoint, but it's wasted (and entirely unused) on this retelling.

    7. Father sells daughter to king to spin straw into gold. Rumplestiltskin is caught by a guard singing his name, swallowed in the earth.

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