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  1. Bionic Jean Bionic Jean says:

    The Little Mermaid or Den lille havfrue is one of the most famous fairy tales by the Danish author Hans Christian Andersen It is a tale which has captured the imagination sparking off numerous adaptations and a ballet version of it inspired a statue which sits on a rock in the Copenhagan harbour in Langelinie Even though the statue is uite small it has itself become a Copenhagen icon and a major tourist attractionThe tale was first published in 1837 along with The Emperor's New Clothes Hans Christian Andersen generally published his fairy tales or retellings of fairy tales in small books containing only a small number This particular pairing was a good one This sad tale about yearning love and sacrifice proves a perfect counterweight to the humour of The Emperor's New ClothesAt the start the story focuses on a very young mermaid who lives in an underwater kingdom with her family Her father is the mer King and she has five older sisters each of whom had been born one year apart Their grandmother helps to raise them allWhen each mermaid becomes fifteen she is allowed to swim to the surface of the sea for the first time to glimpse the world above and observe all that happens with the strange land people Each of the sisters in turn looks forward to reaching the memorable date Then when she is old enough each of them is keen to visit the upper world and to reports back on what she saw and did The beautiful youngest daughter uietly and eagerly awaits her turn And each time as another sister returns the Little Mermaid listens with longing to all they tell of the strange world above view spoiler At last the little mermaid's turn arrives She swims up to the surface and sees a human prince on a ship celebrating his birthday Without his knowing the little mermaid falls in love with this handsome prince with his jet black eyes from a distance Like all mer people she is excited to see a violent storm approaching But then she realises that because humans are different from mer people the handsome prince is actually in great danger The little mermaid valiantly rescues him from drowning and carries him to the safety of land near a white building Then she waits in hiding to make sure he is found Eventually a group of girls come out from the building and discover him so the little mermaid returns to her home under the seaBut as time passes the little mermaid sadly realises that the prince does not even know it was she who had saved his life She is so uiet and thoughtful that her sisters begin to worry When she tells them one of her sisters helps her to find the kingdom where the handsome prince came from so that she can watch him as he lives his day to day life in the palace However it does not really help The little mermaid becomes even melancholy after this and asks her grandmother what would happen to humans if they did not drown Would they live forever? Her grandmother explains that humans have only a short lifespan whereas mer people live for 300 years But when mermaids die they turn to sea foam and cease to exist whereas humans have an immortal soul which rises up into the sky and lives on in heaven According to her grandmother the only way a mermaid can acuire an immortal soul is if a human man falls in love with her and marries her This makes the little mermaid determined to make the prince fall in love with her but she needs help so she sneaks away from a party and secretly visits the Sea Witch She is very frightened finding her way to the entrance through grasping polyps and eels One eel even has a dead mermaid in its clutches Clearly the Sea Witch lives in a dangerous part of the ocean She had built her house from the bones of shipwrecked men and here she sat letting a toad feed out of her mouth just as some people do with a pet canary She pressed the vile slimy eels close to her vast spongy chestAs with all stories of this kind the hideous Sea Witch agrees that she can help but demands a terrible price for her special potion The little mermaid must give up her best talent her beautiful singing voice In return the Sea Witch will give her the potion The Sea Witch tells the little mermaid that drinking the potion will feel agonising as if a sword is being passed through her body But when the little mermaid recovers she will still be beautiful and have two pretty legs She will also be able to dance gracefully than any human has ever danced before But every step she takes will feel as if she is walking on sharp knives The conditions pile on The Sea Witch warns that once the little mermaid becomes human she will never be able to return to the sea If the prince does not fall in love with her and marries someone else instead then the little mermaid will die the next day At dawn on the first day after he does so the little mermaid will die of a broken heart and dissolve into sea foam upon the waves And just to finally seal the bargain the witch will cut out the little mermaid's tongue as payment The little mermaid remains undeterred by all these terrible conditionsAfter she agrees to the arrangement the little mermaid swims to the shore near the prince's palace and drinks the potion fainting with the agonising pain But when she comes to she sees that she now has a pair of what to her look very strange human legs instead of her beautiful tail The handsome prince discovers her and says that she reminds him of the girl who he assumes had saved him the girl from the white building who happened to be there when he woke up Of course the little mermaid has no voice so cannot tell him the truthAlthough the prince admires the little mermaid enormously and is fascinated by her beauty and grace he does not fall in love with her He likes to see her dance and she dances for him even though her feet bleed and she suffers excruciating pain with every step The prince is kind to the little mermaid and has a boy's velvet suit made for her so that he can take her everywhere with him on horseback Soon the prince's parents decide it is time for their son to marry and encourage him to marry a princess from a neighbouring kingdom The prince confides in the little mermaid that he is sure he will do no such thingBut when the prince meets the princess in true fairytale fashion she turns out to be the girl from the white building who found him on the beach and hence the girl he believes saved his life The prince unknowingly shares his joy in this with the heartbroken little mermaid who still cannot convey the true story He declares his love for the princess and the royal wedding is announced at once The little mermaid has no choice but to help with all the preparations and even carry the bride's train up the aisleAfter the wedding the prince and princess celebrate on a wedding ship and the little mermaid realises that she has lost everything and will now die very soon in a matter of hours But unbeknownst to her her sisters have a plan They swim up to her looking very different The sisters have made a bargain with the Sea Witch She demanded that they cut off all their long beautiful hair in exchange for a special knife The Sea Witch has promised that if the little mermaid plunges this knife into the prince's chest and kills him then when his blood drips on her feet her legs will turn back into a tail If the little mermaid does this and also lets the prince die she will become a mermaid once all her suffering will end and she will live out her full life in the ocean with her family as beforeThe little mermaid watches the prince as he sleeps but the only word on his lips is the name of his bride She cannot bear to kill him and just as dawn breaks the little mermaid tosses the knife into the sea She follows it by throwing herself in after it since she fully expects to turn into sea foam However she does not She feels the warm sun and realises that she still exists but as an earthbound spirit a spirit of the air instead There are many other daughters of the air around tooThey explain to the little mermaid that because she tried with all her heart to obtain an immortal soul and because of her supreme selflessness and mercy in not killing the prince she has become one of them instead of turning into sea foam Additionally she will be given the chance to earn her own soul by doing good deeds for humans for 300 years One day she will have earned her immortal soul and will rise up into heaven And each time she visits the house of a good child as a spirit of the air that time will be lessened hide spoiler


  2. Ahmed Ejaz Ahmed Ejaz says:

    By now I should be saying that I am used to reading Anderson's bitter sweet tales After all I have read many of them BUT HELL NO I can't say it The only reason I still read his tales is because his writing style is so vivid and beautiful I am kind of addicted to his writing in such a way that I must have a dose of it once in a whileThis tale is my favourite as far as description of scenes are concerned He has a way with imagining awesome scenes But for plot I think almost every tale of his revolves around bitter ending love story This tale too has it I felt nothing new One thing I can say here is that for the first time even though I was sad I didn't mind this bitter ending 7 January 2018


  3. Dominique Dominique says:

    Hmm I think it´s wrong to compare it with the Disney version of The Little Mermaid although I didn´t expected Andersen´s version was so what shall I call it fcked up The point of view of the Little Mermaid herself was wonderful she was sweet and good hearted But the prince omg Why would you love such a person? I mean The prince said she should remain with him always and she received permission to sleep at his door on a velvet cushion What is she? A dog? And the ending was an anticlimax but okay I suppose that´s because I saw the Disney movie


  4. Ivana - Diary of Difference Ivana - Diary of Difference says:

    Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Pinterest I grew up with Disney movies and my favourite one was the one with the mermaid that has long red hair and I loved her love story and also enjoyed watching the rest of the movie series that followed years laterAnd while loving Ariel for so long I have never actually read the original story So a few weeks ago I decided to cherish it properly as a true childhood love deserves to be cherished And I was left with my jaw dropped and my mouth open unable to sleep I can’t say this book crushed my childhood love but it definitely shook me uite hard If you are expecting to read about the little mermaid and her adventures in the water and how she would give anything to see how people live on Earth and fall in love with a prince – you will get all that In fact – the book description is far better compared to the movie Incomparable actually The book glows with bright colourful descriptions of the world under the sea and it is so vividly enchantingly explainedBut if you are expecting to read about the adorable love story of Ariel and the prince and their happily ever after – that is not happening Because things go wrong Horribly wrong With a crushing terrible end that will torture you in your dreamsIt wasn’t my intention to make this review so dark The story is still wonderful and full of life However there is no happy ending and that for me was crucial to not enjoy itAnd I am not usually upset with unhappy endings It happens so often But this one was so brutal and cruel that it felt so disturbing Maybe because it is my favorite childhood movie Maybe because I knew this to be a happy story Maybe because I didn’t expect this at allHans Christian Andersen is an amazing writer I have read many of his stories and enjoyed them greatly I honestly don’t know what was going on in his life when he was writing this but wow Just wowBlog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Pinterest


  5. Olivia-Savannah Roach Olivia-Savannah Roach says:

    I am going to have to stop telling people The Little Mermaid is my favourite fairytale and start telling them it's one of my favourite stories I really do like the tale I like the danger to it the sadness the abandonment of family and life the loss the pain and the darkness So much longing in this story longing for what you don't have and then what you abandoned to get what you do have it's a cycle I find it really meaningful and raw and I love when magical tales can make you feel that way But at the same time the actual fairytale itself is a bit boring It takes a long time to get to the point and then the ending comes pretty uickly And then there is a uick hash at tidying up everything in the last page so it's of a bittersweet ending than anything else I kind of wish that it went all the way with the ending pathway it seemed to be on I also feel like the pacing was off And the story was just a bit boring throughout the way it was told was not as captivating as it could've been It was atmospheric but it wasn't absorbing like I wanted it to be Hmm mixed feelings


  6. Jonnie Jonnie says:

    Hah This is going to be like the rageuit of book reviewscalm deep breaths inhale exhale googling pictures of fluffy kittensWHAT THE FUCK HANS? WHAT THE FUCK No no no no no NOI need to bleach this version from my SOUL Hans I'M TAWKING TO YOU Rise up out of your 140 year old grave right now AND FIX THIS SHIT I'm hunting down the original and setting it on fire Or at the very least writing Sebastian into your story YOU CAN'T HAVE THE LITTLE MERMAID WITHOUT THE SASSY JAMAICAN CRAB OK I can't even fathom how this is classed as a fairy tale This wasn't meant for children right? I mean this is downright DEPRESSING I mean I need some chocolately snacks and counselling to get through this crap I need a large milkshake and some cheesy fries STAT Rage partially subsided I can now safely inform readers of this messy messy tragic tragic review that the next sentences will contain spoilers So many spoilers they'll sting your eyes In this lovely and original yuck story of The Little Mermaid she does trade her voice to the sea witch in exchange for legs yes However our good pal Hans also sees to it that the sea witch actually cuts out her tongue meaning she will never speak or sing again She gets her legs though But wait what's this? Every time she takes a step it's as if she's walking on blades? OH HOW SWEET AT LEAST SHE GETS HER LEGS THOUGHBut what about the Prince? OH that prince The one who calls her dumb all the time and constantly compares her to some other girl who he thought saved his life when it was actually her all along The one who drops her as soon as he sees someone who he thinks resembles his rescuer That DICK He's an entitled prat with a punchable face and a punchable personality Shoulda let the bitch drownLet's see what else? OH my favourite uotes What's a book good or bad without my favourite uotes RIGHT? Guys I'm getting hysterical The prince said she should remain with him always and she received permission to sleep at his door on a velvet cushionHOW KIND Only the best for The Little Mermaid amiright? I mean it's velvet I have such a poisonous tone to my voice right now If I were forced to choose a bride I would rather choose you my dumb foundlinggrumble Her tender feet felt as if cut with sharp knives but she cared not for it; a sharper pang had pierced through her heart Imma take this moment to throw some shade at The Little Mermaid herself Because Hans inadvertently made me So you willingly leave your grandmother father and sisters whom you love to try and win the affections of some dude you saved one time Not only do you agree to cut your tongue out you also subject yourself to a life of misery because every time you take a fucking step you're basically stepping on knives Your feet bleed all over the place and you just go oh well The Prince is a babe so la dee da You lady are DUMBInternet memes are speaking to me nowLet's just stick to the Disney version The one where Prince Eric is a babe aaaaand they live happilyeverafter THE END starts humming under the sea


  7. Kathryn Kathryn says:

    A hauntingly beautiful story paired with achingly gorgeous illustrations I'm sorry to say that this is the first time I've read the actual story of the Little Mermaid previously acuainted only with very general retellings and the Disney movie version which is delightful in its way This version purports to be closest to Andersen's original as it makes only slight adaptations from the mid 19th century translation by Mary Howitt a correspondent and friend of Andersen who introduced his work to the English reading public It is deeper sadder and stirring than the happy ever after versions indeed this little mermaid not only seeks the love of the prince but the immortality that will be hers if she obtains it otherwise mermaids turn to seafoam after their three hundred year life Wow Santore's illustrations are so beautiful I snapped up this edition based on the cover art and am not disappointed by the rest of the illustrations Some of the full page spreads are so enchanting I'm not sure I'd recommend this version to most children The complex plot point of immortality aside which some parents may or may not wish to delve into the story is extremely wordy and long I even put off reading it since I could read about seven regular picture books in time it took me to read this and some pages have only basic margin illustrations and the rest is all text Also parents should note that the mermaids in this version have none of the Disney G rated seashells covering their breasts usually there is a wisp of hair over the center area but it could still be viewed by some as too risue for children Also some of the parts with the sea witch might be a little too creepy for sensitive youngsters These parental cautions aside I highly recommend this story to adults or older children seeking the real story of the Little Mermaid accompanied by artwork you will not soon forgetNOTE TO SELF Search for Chihiro Iwasaki illustrated edition


  8. Matt Matt says:

    In Andersen's version of the tale at the bottom of the sea five mermaid princesses lived with their father While they all pined to go to the surface to explore none of this was permitted until their fifteenth birthdays One by one the mermaids ascended on their fifteenth birthdays to explore the outside world returning with wonderful tales The youngest is the most excited of all making her way to the surface only to help a prince who falls into the sea during a storm From that day forward she vows to find him again and love him like no other However to do so would reuire her to turn in her fish tail for human legs and cause her eternal agony She is prepared to do this and takes on a few horrors in order to be a woman After making the transformation the former mermaid is unable to convince the prince to marry her thereby ruining her chances to live happily ever after There are other horrors which seem to appear in the original version of children's fairytales Noe was shocked that the story did not follow the Disney version though it is interesting to see his reaction to the actual outcome He liked the story but admitted that it was sad I still ask myself what Andersen the Brothers Grimm and others who wrote these stories thought when penning such morbid themes into their work


  9. Anne Anne says:

    The Little Mermaid I grew up with was a sweet and cheerful red head who I could sing along and be happy with be happy for She was one of Disney's greatest mutation projects a character most kids born after the year 1989 would be most familiar with that was the year of the adaptation of the originally dark and doleful tale of the youngest mer daughter of the royal underwater empire into something much luminous and chipper Don't get me wrong I loved and lived the Disney concept as a little girl and God bless Ariel's happy soul I really loved that kid The Little Mermaid in Hans' original is uiet and pensive reserved in an alienating manner and unnamed She's always and only ever addressed as that The Little Mermaid for she was the youngest of the six royal mer daughters By all accounts she was the most beautiful most graceful most introverted and the most musically talentedno one's voice could ever compare to hers I felt no warmth from her character at all The story starts out uite ordinarily as any fairytale would The narration wasn't whimsical it lacked the power of mesmerism and wonder but it was strangely and soothingly beautiful engaging just for the simple fact of being so Firstly we're introduced to the underwater world to the 6 royal mer daughters and their grandmother We later learn of the mer tradition a rite of passage and the great enduring adventure of a mer child At the age of 15 they are granted a long awaited permission to rise to the surface of the water and see the world above they could feed their curiosities watch and wonder at humans and the human ways that were so different from theirs For 5 of the royal sisters it was an adventure a transitory exhilaration But for The Little Mermaid who had to wait the longest for her turn while enduring an hungry fascination only fed fat by the stories her sisters brought back it was something much A calling And when finally her day arrived with the flower wreath of blessing from her grandmother she set out to see her glass world And here I could feel how impatiently joyous she was; Finally During her time above she happens upon a ship saves a prince and falls in love with him He becomes the apotheosis of her dream to be a part of something greater than her A world so different and uncharted puzzling She becomes even obsessed determined to be a part of that world And one day when her grandmother tells her about the fates of human souls and the contrasting bleak nothingness of sea foam which awaits all mer people after they die she decides to stop wanting she decides to have it and she pays a heavy price for it Then your tail will divide and shrink until it becomes what the people on earth call a pair of shapely legs But it will hurt; it will feel as if a sharp sword slashed through you Everyone who sees you will say that you are the most graceful human being they have ever laid eyes on for you will keep your gliding movement and no dancer will be able to tread as lightly as you But every step you take will feel as if you were treading upon knife blades so sharp that blood must flow I am willing to help you but are you willing to suffer all this?Yes the little mermaid said in a trembling voice as she thought of the Prince and of gaining a human soul” ❎ A FAIRYTALE THAT'S MORE THAN JUST A FAIRYTALE If human beings are not drowned” asked the little mermaid “can they live forever? do they never die as we do here in the sea?” “Yes” replied the old lady “they must also die and their term of life is even shorter than ours We sometimes live to three hundred years but when we cease to exist here we only become the foam on the surface of the water and we have not even a grave down here of those we love We have not immortal souls we shall never live again; but like the green sea weed when once it has been cut off we can never flourish Human beings on the contrary have a soul which lives forever lives after the body has been turned to dust It rises up through the clear pure air beyond the glittering stars As we rise out of the water and behold all the land of the earth so do they rise to unknown and glorious regions which we shall never see” “Why have not we an immortal soul?” asked the little mermaid mournfully; “I would give gladly all the hundreds of years that I have to live to be a human being only for one day and to have the hope of knowing the happiness of that glorious world above the stars” ⏩ It's that time again The time when we have to differentiate between want and need Did The Little Mermaid want or did she need? Because want is flippant careless too common and unserious But with need her actions would be justifiable Acceptable It would be easier to feel pity⏩ I don't think it's crazy to want to belong to feel like you could belong to something great but I don't think it's okay to be selfish about it And this was how The Little Mermaid began wrongly It was honestly really sad to read The extreme choices she made I would like to say mindlessly but it would be incorrect to say so because even though the word would fall right into place mindless isn't the word to use for what I would from here on out refer to as a need great enough to beget such extremeness But reading her choices wasn't the most saddening part it was following on helplessly as all her sacrifices and efforts came to naught After The Little Mermaid becomes human the Prince finds her and takes custody of her Yes custody not care because he only loved her as one would love a child He made several references to the girl who saved him but he never realized she was right there under his very nose And I swear I found this silly did they not read and write during that time? But of course this uestion was only a conseuence of reading such a book in the time of my life when my mind favors logic above all else So what do you do? Suelch it and read on⏩ Through Hans' tale you find out that the witch who granted The Little Mermaid her wish was just a tool a passive character in the flow of events This really intrigued me because in the Disney version the witch named Ursula was a very antagonistic villain She became evil so Ariel could shine and be blameless Hans showed us the reality of life and how choices work Letting The Little Mermaid take responsibility for her actions You do the deed you pay the price and bear the responsibility It's all you it can be that linear and there's no villain sometimes sometimes you become the villain your very own antagonist⏩ Hans captured the beauty of life and afterlife the mystery of it's meaningfulness and meaninglessness The Little Mermaid saw the human world through a glass window She idolized that world She wanted to have a soul to bask in uality and damn uantity for what is a hundred years if you have not love hope passion happiness and euals in opposite to show for it? Is it wrong to aspire to greater to look at life as beyond the horizon and not through myopic eyes? And if mundane contentment will not do how much are you willing to give up to achieve such glorious living? How much is okay to give up?And this leads me to this old lost word Sacrifice Leave your father your sisters and the world you know for a boy you don't know but place all your hopes on Leave never to return again Make him fall in love with you completely and marry him or you will die Give up your voice your tongue and hurt every time you walk All this for the unknown Stupid isn't it? Nowadays no one makes such potentially destructive investments without guarantees And to what end was it all? More sacrifice Sacrifice is the thematic centre of this story The Little Mermaid's final act of sacrifice was striking She was offered one final chance to save herself after the Prince married a Princess from another land Your life or the life of the one who failed you? The dream that failed you It's one thing to take away from this tale In spite of her pain regardless of it of her failures and losses she made her last choiceAnd she was rewarded for it⏩ One little grievance of mine If a man should fall so much in love with you that you were dearer to him than his mother and father and he let a priest take his right hand and put it in yours while he promised to be eternally true to you then his soul would flow into your body and you would be able to partake of human happiness He can give you a soul and yet keep his own HOW ABSURDI don't know why I found this idea absolutely appalling But the thought of sharing my soul with anyone even if it wouldn't mean fracturing it or living a half life even if I would still get to keep and own it is an absolute and sueamish NO NO for me They never mentioned it but I imagine there will be conseuences of such an aberrancySo I guess you could say this was a bumpy ride I'm happy I could read and appreciate this personally but no I will not read this to my little girlwhen the time comes because I don't want her thinking it's okay to cut your tongue and sell your voice to the local witch for the love of a boy who would rub your handicap in your face by calling you dumb and it doesn't matter if he meant to be romantic about it because who amongst us knows how to associate the word dumb with romance? and tells you you could sleep at his door as if it's one mighty privilege If you can't do it to your dog then don't do it to a human beingNo I didn't mean it the other way around This story was really nice and faithful to the rules of fairytale land in the beginningand then it turned sour then ugly then nasty then morbid then horrific depressing and cathartic in the end I got the significance of the story Now it's time to be thoughtful and gauge if the hassle was worth it45 stars for the affect


  10. Britany Britany says:

    Wow I knew this would be drastically different the the flame colored heroine of Disney's creation but I don't know that I was prepared for this For most of the book almost 34 the story remains mostly the same A young daughter of a widowed merman and her grandmother are raising her and her multitude of sister mermaids On her 16th birthday she spies a prince on a ship and then rescues his life from the sea She also makes a trade with the sea witch but the terms of the deal are much gruesome than I would have imagined and the ending simply left me aghast Really glad that I finally can say that I've read the original


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  • 12 pages
  • Den lille havfrue
  • Hans Christian Andersen
  • 15 December 2015

About the Author: Hans Christian Andersen

Hans Christian Andersen often referred to in Scandinavia as H C Andersen was a Danish author and poet Although a prolific writer of plays travelogues novels and poems Andersen is best remembered for his fairy tales Andersen's popularity is not limited to children; his stories — called eventyr or fairy tales — express themes that transcend age and nationalityAndersen's fairy tales wh.