3 edition of Emile et les détectives found in the catalog.
Designed for the teaching of French to English speaking students.Translation of Emil und die Detektive.Includes vocabulary and exercises.
|Statement||Copp Clark Pub. Co.|
|Publishers||Copp Clark Pub. Co.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 140 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
|2||Copp Clark modern language series|
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First published in English in 1931, it has never been and has been translated into at least 59 languages. After everything is straightened out, Emil's grandmother says that the moral of the story is: "Never send cash — always use. On the way, he is very careful not to lose the money and pins it to the lining of his jacket using a.collection190 p.
While Grundeis is eating his lunch in a restaurant, Emil meets a local boy called Gustav and tells him about his mission. [Emil and the Detectives — history and reception]. Once arrested, Grundeis is found out to be a member of a gang of bank robbers. Emil gets off the train in a different part of Berlin from where he intended.
Plot summary [ ] The story begins in a provincial German town called Neustadt, home to 12-year-old schoolboy Emil Tischbein. Billington, Michael 5 December 2013. The book was immediately popular and the original version sold an initial two million copies. On the train to Berlin, Emil shares his compartment with a mysterious man in a who introduces himself as Herr Grundeis. Maguillage : Jupp Paschke, Hans-Joachim Schmalor• Gustav offers to help and assembles a gang of local children who call themselves "the detectives".
Emil dare not call the police because the local policeman in Neustadt has seen him paint the nose of a local monument red so he feels that he is Emile et les détectives kind of criminal" himself. He proves that the money is his by describing the holes left by the needle he used to pin the bills to the lining of his jacket.
Faisans-Maury, illustrations de, collection Nouvelle n o 307, 186 p. The film proved to be a Emile et les détectives success and is widely considered to be the best film adaptation. Emil and the Detectives greatly helped launch the sub-genre of children's detective fiction, depicting groups of children banding together to solve mysteries and catch criminals, which in English became popular through the writings of.
Emil and his new friends become local heroes, and Emil receives a bounty of 1000 marks for capturing Grundeis. " Sequel [ ] In the 1934 sequel , Emil and the other characters have various amusing adventures on the shore, two years after the Berlin events of the original book. Date de sortie : Sauf mention contraire, les informations proviennent des sources concordantes suivantes : et Distribution [ ]• She sends Emil to Berlin to stay with his aunt and grandmother, bestowing on him 400a sum that has taken some months to save from her modest earnings.
Emil and his new friends become local heroes, and Emil receives a bounty of 1000 marks for capturing Grundeis.
Adaptation [ ] The story has been filmed several times.
Emil dare not call the police because the local policeman in Neustadt has seen him paint the nose of a local monument red so he feels that he is "a kind of criminal" himself.
Tonkin, Boyd 20 November 2013.
Plot summary [ ] The story begins in a provincial German town called Neustadt, home to 12-year-old schoolboy Emil Tischbein.