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La Bella Addormentata – Part 3 Posted by on Jan 24, 2018

We continue our translation into Italian of the famous Grimm Brothers’ fairy tale La Bella Addormentata (The Sleeping Beauty). Part 3. And this sleep fell upon the whole castle; the king and queen, who had returned and were in the great hall, fell fast asleep, and with them the whole court. E questo stesso sonno…

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La Bella Addormentata – Part 2 Posted by on Jan 18, 2018

Here’s part 2 of my Italian translation of the famous Grimm┬áBrothers’ fairy tale La Bella Addormentata (Sleeping Beauty). You can read part 1 HERE. Part 2. Now the king, being desirous of saving his child even from this misfortune, gave commandment that all the spindles in his kingdom should be burnt up. The maiden grew…

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La Bella Addormentata – Part 1 Posted by on Jan 12, 2018

Last November, we published a translation of the traditional folk tale Cappuccetto Rosso (Little Red Riding Hood). This proved very popular, and we had requests for more of the same. So, here’s another old favourite, La Bella Addormentata (Sleeping Beauty). This was my favourite fairy tale when I was a child, it didn’t scare me…

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