The Tale of Tsar Saltan

The Tale of Tsar Saltan Betrayed by her sisters a tsarina and her infant son are marooned on a barren island until a magical swan helps them regain their rightful heritage

  • Title: The Tale of Tsar Saltan
  • Author: Alexander Pushkin Gennady Spirin
  • ISBN: 9780803720015
  • Page: 226
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Betrayed by her sisters, a tsarina and her infant son are marooned on a barren island until a magical swan helps them regain their rightful heritage.

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  • Alexander Pushkin Gennady Spirin

    Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin was a Russian Romantic author who is considered to be the greatest Russian poet and the founder of modern Russian literature Pushkin pioneered the use of vernacular speech in his poems and plays, creating a style of storytelling mixing drama, romance, and satire associated with Russian literature ever since and greatly influencing later Russian writers.Born in Moscow, Pushkin published his first poem at the age of fifteen, and was widely recognized by the literary establishment by the time of his graduation from the Imperial Lyceum in Tsarskoe Selo Pushkin gradually became committed to social reform and emerged as a spokesman for literary radicals in the early 1820s he clashed with the government, which sent him into exile in southern Russia While under the strict surveillance of government censors and unable to travel or publish at will, he wrote his most famous play, the drama Boris Godunov, but could not publish it until years later His novel in verse, Eugene Onegin, was published serially from 1825 to 1832.Pushkin and his wife Natalya Goncharova, whom he married in 1831, later became regulars of court society In 1837, while falling into greater and greater debt amidst rumors that his wife had started conducting a scandalous affair, Pushkin challenged her alleged lover, Georges d Anth s, to a duel Pushkin was mortally wounded and died two days later.Because of his liberal political views and influence on generations of Russian rebels, Pushkin was portrayed by Bolsheviks as an opponent to bourgeois literature and culture and a predecessor of Soviet literature and poetry Tsarskoe Selo was renamed after him.


  • Φεύγει σαν νερό. Διαβάστε το εσεις , χαρίστε το στους φίλους σας , διαβαστερό στα μωρά σας σαν παραμύθι και νανούρισμα , δώστε το στα μεγαλύτερα παιδια σας . Ειναι υπέροχο .

  • Bitterly, the weaver sighed,And the cook in passion cried,Full of jealousy and hateOf their sister's happy fate.- Alexander Pushkin Human beings are complex creatures. We can love and hate with the same energy. When we meet a cruel person, we call him “inhuman”. Because being “human” entails love, solidarity, generosity. However, after getting to know so many people that are everything but nice, one starts to wonder about the true nature of humans. What is to be human? Are we capable of [...]

  • I have read many Russian folktales in my time, but never have I read a Russian folktale that had truly gorgeous illustrations and a heartwarming story! “The Tale of Tsar Saltan” is a Russian folktale by Alexander Pushkin along with illustrations by Gennady Spirin and it is about how a young prince named Prince Guidon is separated from his father Tsar Saltan, after a terrible plot was formed by his mother’s jealous sisters and the Tsar’s cruel cousin. “The Tale of Tsar Saltan” is defi [...]

  • c'è l'adattamento da puškin, ci sono le tavole del 1905 a illustrarlo (e che tavole: alcune grafiche e sintetiche come silhouettes, altre lavorate di fino come un arazzo), c'è in definitiva che rosellina archinto con la emme edizioni pubblicava veri capolavori.

  • A very touching, a gentle and eerie story. I perceived it as an ars poetica fairytale – a farfetched concept have I come up with! – because of some fantasticaly-ironical creative principle it has, as part of the plot: 3 ugly and envious hags are making up stories, trying to prevent the tsar in reuniting with his exiled wife and son. These two have been banished by the tsar due to the wicked machinations of the hags: first, they send him a letter containing a false message, a fantastically ma [...]

  • I've read a lot of fairy tales in my life, and I love them, so it's fun when I discover a new one. When my husband traveled to Russia earlier this year, someone gave him a beautifully illustrated edition of Alexander Pushkin's tales—in Russian. Unfortunately I don't read Russian, but fortunately we were able to find out what the stories in the book are and obtain English editions of them.The Tale of Tsar Saltan is about three sisters who talk about what they would do if they married the Tsar. [...]

  • I do not think it is possible for me to describe the effect this story had on me as a child. It was not only amazing, but it was so eloquent and well written that every single reading was a special experience. Even now, whener I read this, I am filled with wonder and excitement.Три девицы под окном Пряли поздно вечерком."Кабы я была царица,-Говорит одна девица,-То на весь крещеный мирПриготовила б [...]

  • Without the stunning artwork by Gennady Spirin, I don't think I would have enjoyed this as much. The design of the clothing of the characters is simply out of this world: a winter wonderland of folds and layers and textures, of jewels and beadwork, of golds and reds and creams, of detailed lace and stunning embroidery. The title page itself, the tsar in his stupendous robes, is so complex one must study the functions of his apparel. So, three stars for the story, and another star for the illustr [...]

  • This is a wonderful Russian folktale with terrific illustrations by Gennady Spirin. The story is a classic tale from the 1800s by Alexander Pushkin and the pictures complement it nicely. They are so intricate and appear to be as old as the story itself. We enjoyed reading this story together.

  • I absolutely love Russian fairy tales. The tale of Tsar Saltan is one of those which I know the best, cause the movie was made from it and I watched it in Polish TV.

  • Read it in Russian and since it's poetry I don't know how well it translates but it is a childhood favorite that many Russian-speakers know (at least in part) by heart.

  • I still remember verses of this book although I am not a child anymore! ! «Родила царица в ночьНе то сына, не то дочь;Не мышонка, не лягушку,А неведому зверюшку»

  • Πολύ όμορφο παραμύθι του Πούσκιν που αγγίζει πολλά θέματα όπως την αγάπη, την οικογένεια, τον φθόνο, την αξία της υπομονής και της επιμονής κ.α. Το διάβασα με ειλικρινή περιέργεια, αγωνία και ένα μεγάλο χαμόγελο. Δεξιοτέχνης της γλώσσας ο Πούσκιν όπως και η Λένια Ζαφειροπούλ [...]

  • Um conto de fadas de Púchkin, traduzido e adaptado diretamente do russo.Parte de "Os Mais Belos Contos", uma coleção lançada pela Cosac Naify, com contos tradicionais e de autores mais recentes, todos com extraordinário tratamento gráfico, capa dura e belíssimas ilustrações de artistas russos. De encher os olhos. Todos dão ótimos presentes.Excelente maneira de apresentar um autor clássico a novos leitores.Veja alguns títulos da coleção "Os Mais Belos Contos":O Alfaiate ValenteO co [...]

  • A very nice and sweet fairytale. It was very similar to the Bulgarian fairytales, and the translation was very good.

  • This is one of the fairy tales I grew up with. But now that I'm older, I keep wondering about the politics in Saltan's court. Was he married before? Why did he pick that particular young woman to marry? She said she'd bare him a mighty warrior for a son, but presumably she was also of good birth and had a good dowry, or was at the very least very beautiful. Was it a Henry VIII situation, where he was so desperate for a male hair that he was ready to risk marrying the first lady who promised to d [...]

  • Great and beautiful story!While reading it recently, I actually realized I already knew the story - details and scenes came to my mind, and I remembered that Mom used to read me lots of Russian children`s stories and tales, this must be one of them.I have read it in three different languages, but somehow anything other than Russian seemed wrong, as I knew by heart first lines of the tale. Although the translations are mostly well done and professional, the tale in every other language sounds lik [...]

  • "Dieses Märchen, das jeder russische Schüler, jede Schülerin im Wortlaut und Rhythmus im Ohr hat", schreibt das Nachwort. Ist das noch so? Wie wichtig wäre es, um andere Länder zu verstehen, von irgendwo zu erfahren, was die dortigen Schüler an Texten aus der Schule oder dem Kinderzimmer im Ohr haben. Eine witzige Stelle, als Vater und Sohn sich im Fernrohr sehen: "Durch das Fernrohr ganz beklommen/ sieht er, wie sie näher kommen/ und genauso nimmt der Zar/ durch sein Fernrohr jene wahr." [...]

  • I received this book as a birthday present when I was seven, and for a boy of seven it contained all the fantasy one needs. The book was printed in large landscape pages with the poetry on one page and a beautiful pictorial illustration on the other. The story deals with a royal mother and her child who were enclosed in a box and thrown into the sea as result of a conspiracy from her sisters who were jealous of her. They reached a strange island where the child grew to be a king. The latter part [...]

  • I didn't read the illustrated version of this translation, just the free online one. Here: marxists/subject/art/lMostly I just wanted to see how Pushkin could be translated and now I know. This is actually very good and close to Puskin's original words, although much really IS lost in putting such a classically Russian verse into English.If you've heard the story of the Swan Princess, here is what it's based on. It's been decades and I still remember some of the original Russian verse. Classic.

  • Vrolijk, kort en typisch Russisch sprookje op rijm over Guido, zoon van Tsaar Saltaan, die met zijn moeder door intriges van drie jaloerse feeksen, verbannen wordt en aanspoelt op een eiland, alwaar hij met hulp van een zwaan allerlei wonderen verkrijgt en uiteindelijk verzoent met zijn vader. De prins vliegt niet alleen als hommel naar het land van zijn vader (het beroemde 'de vlucht van de hommel uit de opera van Rimsky-Korsakov), maar ook als mug en als vlieg.De vertaling is van 1949, maar sw [...]

  • Four stars, despite the refrains and the "simpler" meter*, because I loved this as a child and Pushkin is still a genius. (Also, the parallels to the Man of Law's tale, in The Canterbury Tales, are compelling. Things not noticed at four years old.) *The lines here are shorter than in some of Pushkin's other works, and they rhyme in couplets, rather than quatrains. Granted, this is a skazka (fairytale) and not a novel in verse.

  • A nice translation in rhyming couplets that isn't HallmarkyI liked the book. It was interesting to imagine this as a really Russian story. It has so many similarities to one in The Arabian Nights. Most likely made its way to Pushkin via his dark-skinned ancestors. Great book to read in Black History month. Pushing was a black Russian.

  • Precioso cuento popular ruso con unas ilustraciones que me han encantado. Se lee en un ratito y te lleva de vuelta a la infancia, a los cuentos de príncipes valientes y princesas convertidas en cisne, malvadas hermanas y zares poderosos. Magia, aventuras y folklore de primera. Un rato maravilloso de lectura para disfrutar solo o leyendo a los pequeños de la casa.

  • This is a "must tale" to read to your kids. I am not sure how well it is translated into English, but in Russian it is beautiful. Pushkin has a uniquely flowing and beautiful language. He has many tales written for kids and I would highly recommend all of them.

  • I liked this book a lot in my childhood. I think it's an interesting fairy-tale not only for children but for adults too. Special "thank you" to Pushkin for this one, verses are very easy to remember (even for children).

  • I am quite surprised that I did not enjoy this Pushkin tale. I found the elements of a potentially good story within the book but a compellingly woven narrative was sorely lacking. Even as a children's book it fails to satisfy.

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