(From the publisher):
In 1888 Bertha Pappenheim published (anonymously) her first book of five fairy tales, “Little Stories for Children” (Kleine Geschichten für Kinder). These tales have never been translated before, nor have they appeared in German since their original publication. They reflect on Pappenheim's treatment, dealing with guilt, evil and death. They are not just for children, but also serve as parables for adult visions. They allowed Pappenheim to be reborn, transformed, serving as a kind of "writing cure."
In 1890 she published another collection of fairy tales, “In the Junk Shop” (In der Trödelbude). In these nine tales, nine domestic objects tell their tales of woe and misery to each other, as if they were engaged in a nocturnal therapy session. We hear, for example, the melancholy story of the Old Lace, the Little Doll, the Coffee Grinder, the Music Box.
- In The Junk Shop
- The Tale of the Old Lace
- The Tale of the Little Doll
- The Tale of the Coffee Grinder
- The Tale of the Bird Cage
- The Tale of the Little Good-Luck Pig
- The Tale of the Pince-Nez
- The Tale of the Thimble
- The Tale of the Street Lamp
- The Tale of the Music Box
- Once Again in the Junk Shop
- Little Stories for Children
- The Story of Grimacing Hans
- The Birdwoman
- Summer Snow
- In Storkland
- The Little Mermaid in the Pond
Original title: In the Junk Shop and Other Stories
Genre: Fairy Tales & Folklore→ Original Creations
Fiction→ Children & Young Adult
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