A bridge over the river Loire? Of course the residents of the French town of Beaugency wanted a bridge, but how much would it cost? No money at all, said the Devil. All I ask is that the first person who crosses the bridge shall belong to me. A delightful tale based loosely on the Devil’s Bridge legend.
James Joyce wrote this story in 1936 for his grandson, Stephen James Joyce. It is one of the few children’s stories penned by the great Irish author, who lived in Zurich at various times. The story’s publication with SJW came about in an initiative led by Stephen James Joyce himself.
|Alter||8, 9, 10, 11|
|Zyklus||1. Zyklus, 2. Zyklus|
|Schulklasse||2. Klasse, 3. Klasse, 4. Klasse, 5. Klasse|
|Themen||Hund & Katze, Sagen & Fabeln|
|Vorwort/Nachwort||Stephen James Joyce|
|Breite in mm||135|
|Höhe in mm||210|
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