Los Zapatos Rojos

Los Zapatos Rojos

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Karen is a small and unfortunate child who is so poor she can t even afford a new pair of shoes. After her mother's death, she is taken in and adopted by an elderly blind woman, and it seems as though her life will take a turn for the better. But although Karen is a kind and gentle girl, something diabolical nests in her young soul: vanity. She is so overcome by the vain desire for something beautiful a pair of red shoes that those very shoes will be her demise.
Karen es una nina pequena e infortunada tan pobre que ni siquiera puede comprarse un nuevo par de zapatos. Tras la muerte de su madre, es acogida y adoptada por una anciana y parece que su vida va a mejorar. Pero aunque Karen es una nina amable y dulce, algo diabolico anida en su alma infantil: la vanidad. Es tan apoderada por el anhelo vanidoso por algo hermoso un par de zapatos rojos que esos mismos zapatos seran su desgracia.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 72 pages
  • 148 x 188 x 6mm | 222.26g
  • Madrid, Spain
  • Spanish
  • Unabridged
  • Reprint
  • 8415130236
  • 9788415130239
  • 2,078,405

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Karen is a small and unfortunate child who is so poor she can't even afford a new pair of shoes....
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"A collection ofimpressive illustrations." "El Mundo""
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About Hans Christian Andersen

Hans Christian Andersen was a 19th-century author and poet noted for his numerous children s stories, which have been translated into more than 150 languages. Sara Morante is an award-winning artist and the illustrator of Diccionario de literatura para esnobs. Enrique Bernardez is a philologist and an expert in Nordic literature. He is the award-winning translator of Cuentos completos de H. C. Andersen."
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