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Once there was a little mermaid who fell in love with a human boy The story may be familiar but Lisbeth Zwerger's art makes this fairytale seem brand new This Jubilee edition celebrating 200 years of Hans Christian Andersen is superbly illustrated in Zwerger's signature style Known for her popular and award winning editions of classics such as The Wizard of Oz and Alice in Wonderland Zwerger is herself the recipient of the Hans Christian Andersen Medal for lasting contributions to children's literature The Little Mermaid is sure to win her new fans and to delight her old ones The text is an all new translation by Anthea Bell and includes many lovely and poignant details that may be new to even those who think they know the little mermaid's story well


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    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 quite 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 quietly 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 quiet 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 acquire 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