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"The Snow Queen" (Danish: Snedronningen) is an original fairy tale written by Hans Christian Andersen (1805–1875). The tale was first published 21 December 1844 in New Fairy Tales. First Volume. Second Collection. 1845. (Danish: Nye Eventyr. Første Bind. Anden Samling. 1845.) The story centers on the struggle between good and evil as experienced by Gerda and her friend, Kai. "The Snow Queen" story is the original story of Disney's Frozen.
THE SNOW QUEEN PLOT
An evil troll, called "the devil", has made a magic mirror that distorts the appearance of everything it reflects. It fails to reflect the good and beautiful aspects of people and things, while magnifying their bad and ugly aspects. The devil, who is headmaster at a troll school, takes the mirror and his pupils throughout the world, delighting in using it to distort everyone and everything; the mirror makes the loveliest landscapes look like "boiled spinach." They try to carry the mirror into heaven with the idea of making fools of the angels and God, but the higher they lift it, the more the mirror shakes with laughter, and it slips from their grasp and falls back to earth, shattering into billions of pieces, some no larger than a grain of sand
These splinters are blown by the wind all over the Earth and got into people's hearts and eyes, freezing their hearts like blocks of ice and making their eyes like the troll-mirror itself, seeing only the bad and ugly in people and things
Years later, a little boy Kai and a little girl Gerda live next door to each other in the garrets of buildings with adjoining roofs in a large city. One could get from Gerda's to Kai's home just by stepping over the gutters of each building. The two families grow vegetables and roses in window boxes placed on the gutters. Gerda and Kai have a window-box garden to play in, and they become devoted to each other as playmates...
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👗** PRINCESS STORIES**👗
🚩 Cinderella: https://youtu.be/DgwZebuIiXc
🚩 Rapunzel: https://youtu.be/N2DYQumSvCQ
🚩 12 Dancing Princess: https://youtu.be/VnSdDcm4rdA
🚩 Snow Queen: https://youtu.be/-Rkb88fPMd8
🚩 Snow White: https://youtu.be/payHOUiOuxQ
🚩 The Little Mermaid: https://youtu.be/pf_xz7GFCHw
🚩 Sleeping Beauty: https://youtu.be/fz531jczzQ0
🚩 Beauty and The Beast: https://youtu.be/fkCPEujxTho
🚩 The Frog Prince: https://youtu.be/Dhq_FEUEc8Y
🚩 Princess and the Pea: https://youtu.be/oGLg5khGlis
🐷** FABLES & MORAL STORIES ** 🐷
🚩 The Ant and the Grasshopper: https://youtu.be/XPZXpuoIndo
🚩 Three Little Pigs: https://youtu.be/-gdcgnSrUvU
🚩 The Wolf and The Seven Little Goats: https://youtu.be/OZl3gjh5IhM
🚩 Bremen Musicians: https://youtu.be/K5gr-A03RFM
🚩 Lion and Mouse: https://youtu.be/DKgRHys6bfA
🚩 The Ugly Duckling: https://youtu.be/X9BnQsQeadE
🚩 The Fox and the Crow: https://youtu.be/HwJDpL70c7M
🚩 The Tortoise and the Hare: https://youtu.be/gfbSIdwL0FE
🚩 The Little Red Hen: https://youtu.be/CLqGLE5zTIk
🚩 City Mouse and Country Mouse: https://youtu.be/50p6Ch7bnkA
🎈 **BEST CHILDREN'S CLASSICS**🎈
🚩 The Nutcracker: https://youtu.be/Y32nLilL1-s
🚩 The Little Red Riding Hood: https://youtu.be/RT-EwqgHqCk
🚩 Jack and the Beanstalk: https://youtu.be/Sg0Bf2VAvlk
🚩 The Little Match Girl: https://youtu.be/LRjeVRpFRuM
🚩 Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves: https://youtu.be/vsHS6lLrrf4
🚩 Hansel and Gratel: https://youtu.be/jfg-CYLs9_s
🚩 Jungle Book: https://youtu.be/BS_ofTKqR1w
🚩 Pinocchio: https://youtu.be/aewbOlGXv6s
🚩 Alaaddin and the Magic Lamp: https://youtu.be/w5Ga-iHRaPM
🚩 Gingerbread Man: https://youtu.be/hsEorBffl3o
🚩 Alice in Wonderland: https://youtu.be/8AaPHUYMnW8
🚩 Thumbelina: https://youtu.be/sb5qTK8PYJE
🚩 Puss in Boots: https://youtu.be/C6O9Af_SsnI
🚩 Peter Pan: https://youtu.be/TjpZj6GK3L4
🚩 Heidi: https://youtu.be/bVgWSqtHo2Q
🚩 A Christmas Carol: https://youtu.be/KEIhYN_70EI
🚩 Goldilock and Three Bears: https://youtu.be/Xdy6MOLPgDk
🚩 Wizard of Oz: https://youtu.be/v4EzVo1poUs
🚩 Rumpelstiltskin: https://youtu.be/JDB9lHsGV84
🚩 The Shoemaker and The Elves: https://youtu.be/X0-9b0S42HI
🚩 The Happy Prince: https://youtu.be/2vG-03Ru3M4
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