Pippi Longstocking protagonist of stories designed by Swedish author Astrid Lindgren (1907-2002) in 1941 to entertain his daughter Karin, ill with pneumonia. In 1944, during a forced stop due to a sprained ankle, the story was handwritten and illustrated as a gift for the tenth birthday of the child; the following year he won first prize in the competition organized by Raben & Sjogren and was published as a writer Astrid Lindgren consecrating. Illustration of Anelepi, Italy 2003.

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title: Pippi Longstocking

subject date: 2014-12-02

caption: Pippi Longstocking protagonist of stories designed by Swedish author Astrid Lindgren (1907-2002) in 1941 to entertain his daughter Karin, ill with pneumonia. In 1944, during a forced stop due to a sprained ankle, the story was handwritten and illustrated as a gift for the tenth birthday of the child; the following year he won first prize in the competition organized by Raben & Sjogren and was published as a writer Astrid Lindgren consecrating. Illustration of Anelepi, Italy 2003.

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continent: Europa

image century : XXI

image epoch: Duemila

subject century: XX

subject epoch: Anni Quaranta

technique: Illustrazione

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file name: FSNgilardi_51965.jpg

keywords

Pippi LongstockingFeminismclassic literaturechildhoodchildnonconformisteccentricnonconformityred hairfairy talesfairy talefableEricsson A.Astrid EricssonAstrid LindgrenLindgren A.childrenliteratureSwedenbraidstales

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Dimensioni di stampa (300dpi): 16.77 x 27 cm