Struwwelpeter and Other Disturbing Tales for Human Beings

by Bob Staake

Publisher: Fantagraphics

Written in English
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  • Comic book & cartoon art,
  • Graphic Novels,
  • General,
  • Comics & Graphic Novels,
  • Fiction,
  • Graphic Novels - General,
  • Fiction / Graphic Novels,
  • Fiction - General,
  • Children,
  • Problem children,
  • Stories in rhyme

Edition Notes

ContributionsMonte Beauchamp (Series Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8619296M
ISBN 101560977027
ISBN 109781560977025

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In the original edition of Heinrich Hoffman’s German children’s book, the most famous character—Struwwelpeter, or “Shockheaded Peter,” whose name later became the book.

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Originally written in by German physician Heinrich Hoffmann (), ' Der Struwwelpeter ' reads like a fairy tale breaking loose from a doomed rollercoaster, crashing through a rusty calliope, and finally splashing into the miasmic ooze of Hell - but somehow still managing to float.

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'Struwwelpeter' is a series of cautionary tales set to rhyme, for which Hoffmann provided his own illustrations. The book became a frequently reprinted classic. It's even the most translated German-language book of all time, next to the fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm.

The former is innocent with a sense of good and evil for which he is rewarded in the end; the latter does everything wrong and is punished. But all this comes into question when one discovers Der Struwwelpeter, a 19th-century German children’s book in which the main characters are all children who end up severely punished or dead.

Yes, it is cruel, and it is true, yet one can’t help it but. The "beauty" of the Der Struwwelpeter tales was in their simplicity. This Kettlehead story just rambles on getting crazier and crazier. I can't see there being a market for this kind of "don't-do-this-or-else!" story today, except, as a previous poster said, as a graphic novel.

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1 In his Lebenserinnerungen (written in ) Hoffmann stated that the first edition consisted of ; 16 Like many other successful children’s books, Der Struwwelpeter began its life as a parent’s attempt to amuse one of his own children. Heinrich Hoffmann (), a young doctor in Frankfurt am Main, despaired of finding a suitable book to give his three year old son Carl for Christmas.

Media Type: Books Source: Rare Book Department Creation Year (Single Year or Earliest Date): Call Number: RBD CB G [] He Creator Name: Hoffmann, Heinrich, - Author.

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The story that Family Guy parodied, which is titled Die Geschichte vom Daumenlutscher (The Story of the Thumb-Sucker), is from the book Struwwelpeter (), written by German author Heinrich book contains 10 stories told in verse, accompanied by illustrations.

Almost all of them have delightful endings that involve a misbehaving child either dying, suffering, or being injured. The three-book series, including Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (), More Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (), and Scary Stories 3: More Tales to Chill Your Bones (), has left its mark on a generation of kids who grew up surrounded with dark fantasy and horror abounding in their media.

But while nineties-kids might look back on. Ha! I would read "Struwwelpeter" to my kids. It's not any more disturbing than the fairy tales and myths they've read, and it's funny. I won't read The Giving Tree though. I hated that book as a child. The tree should've whacked the kid with a branch for being impertinent.

That would have been a different book! A sort of Struwwelpeter-ian version.