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Andersen s Fairy Tales With 44 Illustrations by AW Bayes Hans Christian AndersenThe Emperor s New Clothes Fairy Tale by Hans Christian AndersenMany years ago there was an Emperor who was so excessively fond of new clothes that he spent all his money in dress He did not trouble himself in the least about his soldiers nor did he care to go either to the theater or the chase except for the opportunities then afforded him for displaying his new clothes He had a different suit for each hour of the day and as of any other king or emperor one is accustomed to say he is sitting in council it was always said of him The Emperor is sitting in his wardrobeTime passed merrily in the large town which was his capital strangers arrived every day at the court One day two rogues calling themselves weavers made their appearance They gave out that they knew how to weave stuffs of the most beautiful colors and elaborate patterns the clothes manufactured from which should have the wonderful property of remaining invisible to everyone who was unfit for the office he held or who was extraordinarily simple in characterThese must indeed be splendid clothes thought the Emperor Had I such a suit I might at once find out what men in my realms are unfit for their office and also be able to distinguish the wise from the foolish This stuff must be woven for me immediately And he caused large sums of money to be given to both the weavers in order that they might begin their work directlySo the two pretended weavers set up two looms and affected to work very busily though in reality they did nothing at all They asked for the most delicate silk and the purest gold thread put both into their own knapsacks and then continued their pretended work at the empty looms until late at nightI should like to know how the weavers are getting on with my cloth said the Emperor to himself after some little time had elapsed he was however rather embarrassed when he remembered that a simpleton or one unfit for his office would be unable to see the manufacture To be sure he thought he had nothing to risk in his own person but yet he would prefer sending somebody else to bring him intelligence about the weavers and their work before he troubled himself in the affair All the people throughout the city had heard of the wonderful property the cloth was to possess and all were anxious to learn how wise or how ignorant their neighbors might prove to beI will send my faithful old minister to the weavers said the Emperor at last after some deliberation he will be best able to see how the cloth looks for he is a man of sense and no one can be suitable for his office than he isSo the faithful old minister went into the hall where the knaves were working with all their might at their empty looms What can be the meaning of this thought the old man opening his eyes very wide I cannot discover the least bit of thread on the looms However he did not express his thoughts aloudThe impostors reuested him very courteously to be so good as to come nearer their looms and then asked him whether the design pleased him and whether the colors were not very beautiful at the same time pointing to the empty frames The poor old minister looked and looked he could not discover anything on the looms for a very good reason viz there was nothing there What thought he again Is it possible that I am a simpleton I have never thought so myself and no one must know it now if I am so Can it be that I am unfit for my office No that must not be said either I will never confess that I could not see the stuffWell Sir Minister said one of the knaves still pretending to work You do not say whether the stuff pleases youOh it is excellent replied the old minister looking at the loom through his spectacles This pattern and the colors yes I will tell the Emperor without delay how very beautiful I think themWe shall be much obliged to you said the impostors and then they named the different colors and described the pattern of the pretended stuff The old minister listened attentively to their words in order that he might repeat them to the Emperor and then the knaves asked for silk and gold saying that it was necessary to complete what they had begun However they put all that was given them into their knapsacks and continued to work with as much apparent diligence as before at their empty loomsThe Emperor now sent another officer of his court to see how the men were getting on and to ascertain whether the cloth would soon be ready It was just the same with this gentleman as with the minister he surveyed the looms on all sides but could see nothing at all but the empty framesDoes not the stuff appear as beautiful to you as it did to my lord the minister asked the impostors of the Emperor s second ambassador at the same time making the same gestures as before and talking of the design and colors which were not thereI certainly am not stupid thought the messenger It must be that I am not fit for my good profitable office That is very odd however no one shall know anything about it And accordingly he praised the stuff he could not see and declared that he was delighted with both colors and patterns Indeed please your Imperial Majesty said he to his sovereign when he returned the cloth which the weavers are preparing is extraordinarily magnificentThe whole city was talking of the splendid cloth which the Emperor had ordered to be woven at his own expenseAnd now the Emperor himself wished to see the costly manufacture while it was still in the loom Accompanied by a select number of officers of the court among whom were the two honest men who had already admired the cloth he went to the crafty impostors who as soon as they were aware of the Emperor s approach went on working diligently than ever although they still did not pass a single thread through the loomsIs not the work absolutely magnificent said the two officers of the crown already mentioned If your Majesty will only be pleased to look at it What a splendid design What glorious colors and at the same time they pointed to the empty frames for they imagined that everyone else could see this exuisite piece of workmanshipHow is this said the Emperor to himself I can see nothing This is indeed a terrible affair Am I a simpleton or am I unfit to be an Emperor That would be the worst thing that could happen Oh the cloth is charming said he aloud It has my complete approbation And he smiled most graciously and looked closely at the empty looms for on no account would he say that he could not see what two of the officers of his court had praised so much All his retinue now strained their eyes hoping to discover something on the looms but they could see no than the others nevertheless they all exclaimed Oh how beautiful and advised his majesty to have some new clothes made from this splendid material for the approaching procession Magnificent Charming Excellent resounded on all sides and everyone was uncommonly gay The Emperor shared in the general satisfaction and presented the impostors with the riband of an order of knighthood to be worn in their button holes and the title of Gentlemen WeaversThe rogues sat up the whole of the night before the day on which the procession was to take place and had sixteen lights burning so that everyone might see how anxious they were to finish the Emperor s new suit They pretended to roll the cloth off the looms cut the air with their scissors and sewed with needles without any thread in them See cried they at last The Emperor s new clothes are readyAnd now the Emperor with all the grandees of his court came to the weavers and the rogues raised their arms as if in the act of holding something up saying Here are your Majesty s trousers Here is the scarf Here is the mantle The whole suit is as light as a cobweb one might fancy one has nothing at all on when dressed in it that however is the great virtue of this delicate clothYes indeed said all the courtiers although not one of them could see anything of this exuisite manufactureIf your Imperial Majesty will be graciously pleased to take off your clothes we will fit on the new suit in front of the looking glassThe Emperor was accordingly undressed and the rogues pretended to array him in his new suit the Emperor turning round from side to side before the looking glassHow splendid his Majesty looks in his new clothes and how well they fit everyone cried out What a design What colors These are indeed royal robesThe canopy which is to be borne over your Majesty in the procession is waiting announced the chief master of the ceremoniesI am uite ready answered the Emperor Do my new clothes fit well asked he turning himself round again before the looking glass in order that he might appear to be examining his handsome suitThe lords of the bedchamber who were to carry his Majesty s train felt about on the ground as if they were lifting up the ends of the mantle and pretended to be carrying something for they would by no means betray anything like simplicity or unfitness for their officeSo now the Emperor walked under his high canopy in the midst of the procession through the streets of his capital and all the people standing by and those at the windows cried out Oh How beautiful are our Emperor s new clothes What a magnificent train there is to the mantle and how gracefully the scarf hangs in short no one would allow that he could not see these much admired clothes because in doing so he would have declared himself either a simpleton or unfit for his office Certainly none of the Emperor s various suits had ever made so great an impression as these invisible onesBut the Emperor has nothing at all on said a little childListen to the voice of innocence exclaimed his father and what the child had said was whispered from one to anotherBut he has nothing at all on at last cried out all the people The Emperor was vexed for he knew that the people were right but he thought the procession must go on now And the lords of the bedchamber took greater pains than ever to appear holding up a train although in reality there was no train to hold 2002 44 1380 512 9644173228 1381 1382 1385 1386 1387 19 44

SUMMARY چهل و چهار 44 قصه از هانس کریستین آندرسنچهل و چهار 44 قصه از هانس کریستین آندرسن

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CHARACTERS ↠ چهل و چهار 44 قصه از هانس کریستین آندرسن ?ویرگر محسن حسن پور؛ تهران، قدیانی، 1380؛ در 512 ص؛ شابک 9644173228. 1822 1852 104 196 25 1398


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