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Georg Ebers's 'The Greylock: A Fairy Tale' stands as a testament to the imaginative reach and depth of fairy tale literature, painted with Ebers's characteristic evocative prose and historical insight. As an exemplar of 19th century literary style, it blends the traditional elements of fairy tales with a nuanced, scholarly approach that reflects Ebers's academic background. This edition, presented by DigiCat Publishing, ensures that the original text's integrity is preserved, while making the work accessible to contemporary audiences through modern republishing technologies. The narrative itself delves into the fantastic, exploring themes of morality, human nature, and the complex interplay between myth and reality, all while upholding the era's literary aesthetics and values.nGeorg Ebers, a renowned Egyptologist and professor, was known for his meticulous historical novels and for bringing the richness of ancient civilizations to life. His deep knowledge and passionate interest in history and culture no doubt influenced his creation of 'The Greylock.' This fairy tale, though a departure from his usual genre, would have afforded Ebers a canvas upon which to explore the timeless struggles and triumphs of humanity, perhaps reflecting a synthesis of his scholarly pursuits and the Victorian-era's fascination with the fantastical and the moral story.n'The Greylock: A Fairy Tale' is recommended for readers who appreciate literary history as well as the more subtle craft of storytelling. It offers both escapism and reflection, intertwining scholarly research with the art of fairy tale narration. Ebers's work invites a discerning audience to rediscover the layers within this genre, and to consider the tales not merely as children's stories, but as cultural artifacts steeped in historical relevance. This edition provides an opportunity to engage with the past, to appreciate the literary beauty that DigiCat Publishing has preserved, and to partake in the scholarly conversation about the continued significance of classical literature.


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Georg Ebers
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Peso (Físico)
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The Greylock: A Fairy Tale
Biografía del Autor
<p>Georg Moritz Ebers (1837?1898), an eminent German Egyptologist and novelist, gained literary acclaim through his historical novels that brought Ancient Egyptian life vividly into the public imagination. Born in Berlin and later becoming a professor at the University of Leipzig, Ebers was not only a scholar but also a storyteller. He possessed a unique ability to weave meticulous historical research into compelling narrative fiction. His works, including \'The Greylock: A Fairy Tale\', reflect his scholarly pursuits, encompassing cultural and historical elements to create engaging and educational stories. This particular fairy tale, while a departure from his typically more rigorous historical novels, showcases Ebers\'s versatility and imagination. Ebers\'s most notable contribution to Egyptology and literature includes the discovery and publication of the \'Ebers Papyrus\', one of the oldest medical papyruses to have been found. His novels, such as \'Uarda\', \'The Sisters\', and \'The Emperor\', demonstrate his mastery over the historical novel genre, blending fact with fiction in a seamless tapestry that has captivated readers around the world. Ebers\'s literary style is characterized by its rich detail, vibrant characterizations, and the vivid portrayal of the historical settings, which earned him a place among the notable historical novelists of his time.</p>
ISBN: 8596547182320
Referencia: BW1037923487

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