Bambi

Bambi

Author: Felix Salten

Publisher: Open Road Media

Published: 2024-01-01

Total Pages: 145

ISBN-13: 1504081005

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The powerful original novel that inspired the classic animated film—a story of nature, loss, survival, and becoming an adult. This moving and eventful story, translated from the original German by David Wyllie, opens with the birth of a fawn in a thicket. Little Bambi rises to his feet immediately, as an overly talkative magpie marvels over this beautiful newborn. We then follow his journey through the innocent joys of youth into experiences of love, loss, and the complexity and danger of the wider world—where humans pose a mortal threat to his kind—and on to his years as an older and wiser prince of the forest. Bambi is a tale of beauty and allegorical depth that brings the realities of nature to vivid, emotional life.


The Original Bambi

The Original Bambi

Author: Felix Salten

Publisher: Princeton University Press

Published: 2022-02-22

Total Pages: 192

ISBN-13: 0691197741

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A new, beautifully illustrated translation of Felix Salten's celebrated novel Bambi-the original source of the beloved story. Most of us think we know the story of Bambi-but do we? The Original Bambi is an all-new, illustrated translation of a literary classic that presents the story as it was meant to be told. Jack Zipes's introduction traces the history of the book's reception and explores the tensions that Salten experienced in his own life-as a hunter who also loved animals, and as an Austrian Jew who sought acceptance in Viennese society even as he faced persecution. With captivating drawings by award-winning artist Alenka Sottler, The Original Bambi captures the rich emotional meaning of a celebrated story.


Bambi

Bambi

Author:

Publisher: Parragon

Published: 2013-05-31

Total Pages:

ISBN-13: 9781781866467

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This magical children's story brings the wonderful world of Disney to life with beautifully illustrated scenes straight from the movie! Featuring a beautiful holographic cover perfect for displaying in a children's treasured collection, this beautiful tale is great for encouraging young children to read with easy to read text and familiar characters like Bambi, Thumper, and all of their forest friends.


Walt Disney's Bambi

Walt Disney's Bambi

Author:

Publisher: Golden Books

Published: 1987

Total Pages: 28

ISBN-13: 9780307100559

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Bambi makes a lot of new friends in the forest.


Walt Disney's Bambi

Walt Disney's Bambi

Author: Disney Book Group

Publisher: Disney Editions

Published: 1997-04-01

Total Pages: 88

ISBN-13: 9780786863020

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The classic story of the gentle fawn and the seasonal joys and sorrows of life in the forest has warmed and inspired the hearts of all ages since the film was first released in 1942. Featuring the work of Disney animation greats, and in celebration of the 55th anniversary of this beloved film, this sketchbook is a fine tribute to one of the greatest animated films of all times.


Bambi's Children

Bambi's Children

Author: Felix Salten

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Published: 2014-02-18

Total Pages: 368

ISBN-13: 1442487461

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After Bambi's son learns the ways of the Deep Forest, the little fawn's knowledge is tested when he must save his mother and sister from the wolf.


Bambi's Jewish Roots and Other Essays on German-Jewish Culture

Bambi's Jewish Roots and Other Essays on German-Jewish Culture

Author: Paul Reitter

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

Published: 2015-06-18

Total Pages: 224

ISBN-13: 1441193340

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Paul Reitter has won acclaim as both a scholar and a public critic for his writing on German Jewish culture in the twentieth century. Bambi's Jewish Roots brings together the best of Reitter's essayistic work, exploring the lives of well-known figures and revealing surprising new perspectives. These include how Felix Salten's Zionist commitments manifest themselves in his most famous work, the novel Bambi; what Gershom Scholem's diaries tell us about his development as a thinker and person; why German-Jewish writers hated Stefan Zweig so passionately; where myth-busting books about Franz Kafka have indulged in myth-building; how Freud's Moses and Monotheism offers a theory of Jewish self-hatred more than an explanation of anti-Semitism; and why Heinrich Heine felt aburning need to distance himself from his fellow liberal Jewish critic Ludwig Börne. The works collected here, many of which were originally published in forums such as the New York Review of Books, London Review of Books, the Times Literary Supplement, The Nation, Harper's Magazine, and the Jewish Review of Books, have earned Reitter his reputation as a witty, erudite, and deeply illuminating critic.


Bambi's First Day

Bambi's First Day

Author: Felix Salten

Publisher: Sleeping Bear Press

Published: 2013-09-01

Total Pages: 32

ISBN-13: 1627535853

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"He came into the world in the middle of the thicket, in one of those little, hidden forest glades which seem to be entirely open but are really screened in on all sides." So begins one of the most beloved nature stories. Felix Salten wrote Bambi: A Life in the Woods in 1923.It was translated into English in 1928, becoming a Book-of-the-Month Club hit. Though not originally written for children, the film rights were sold to the Walt Disney studios and the animated movie was released in 1942. Taken directly from the first chapter of Salten's original tale, Bambi's First Day depicts the early moments of the fawn's life in the safety of a forest glen and the shelter of his mother's embrace. Lush oil paintings by Gijsbert van Frankenhuyzen showcase the beauty of the natural world and tenderly bring to life the heartfelt devotion and love of a mother for her child.Felix Salten is the pen name for Austrian writer Siegmund Salzmann who wrote short stories, plays, novels, and essay collections. Artist Gijsbert van Frankenhuyzen has illustrated more than 20 books with Sleeping Bear Press, including the bestselling The Legend of Sleeping Bear; Mercedes and the Chocolate Pilot; Friend on Freedom River; and his popular Hazel Ridge Farm stories. Gijsbert lives in Bath, Michigan, with his wife, Robbyn. They both travel to schools in the Great Lakes area.