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Doc Ì King Midas and the Golden Touch ´ M. Charlotte Craft Hat whatat first seems a blessing can alsobecome a curseThe legendary man with the magic touch comes alive as a remarkably complex figure in this breathtaking new vision of perhaps the most universal of all Greek myths Kinuko Y Craft's radiant paintings glow with human drama natural beauty and golden splendorKing Midas is not a cruel man but his passion for gold su Gorgeous illustrations are the highlight of this retelling of the classic myth Deep jeweled tones and exuisite details place the setting of the story in a medieval castle making the story feel like a tale from the Brothers Grimm The narrative isn't too long so this would be a good book for most elementary school age children Our youngest daughter and I had both read The Chocolate Touch recently and so I thought this would be a good way to compare the two tales We really enjoyed reading this book together

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Download King Midas and the Golden Touch Reader ´ 32 pages ✓ Horticulturetrader ✓ [Download] ➼ King Midas and the Golden Touch By M. Charlotte Craft – Horticulturetrader.co.uk King Midas is a goodman and he is adevoted father to hisdaughter Aurelia Yet Midasknows no music Rpasses all else save his love for his daughter If only everything he touched would turn to gold When Midas is granted that single wish he rejoices until he nearly loses his beloved child to his greed Here is a skillfully retold story of extraordinary resonance and wisdom with a message no reader will soon forget Radiant paintings glow with luxurious golden splendo I love the Greek Mythology and medieval story of King Midas and the Golden Touch and KY Craft's illustrations really did this story justice

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King Midas and the Golden TouchKing Midas is a goodman and he is adevoted father to hisdaughter Aurelia Yet Midasknows no music sweeter than therattling of golden coins and the gold he gathers the he desires When a mysteriousstranger offers to grant the kinga single wish as a reward for akindness Midas does not hesi tate He wishes that all hetouches would turn to gold Butall too soon he learns t I remember being told the Nathaniel Hawthorne version of the story Which was really mournful for me back in my childhood However I'm still a big fan of it; I grew up fond of dark romanticism genre It suggests that sins like the seven deadly sins yet guilt and evil are naturally inherent in human beings This is absolutely true I believe that parents must tell their children dark versions of the fairy tales For me I wouldn't like it if my child grew up believing that the world is so nice and will do him good and life is a rose pink and fairy tales can possibly happen in reality I was just thinking that not every child will respond to a tale in the same way Some will be fond of the greediness of the king some will feel agonized for the state the king had reached some will fear to make a wish because what you wish for might just come true We should not expect children to interact with one interpretation of the story good interpretation We should keep their eyes open to the rest of the possibilities and discuss them with them and give them the freedom to adopt the opinion they want for themselvesNow allow me dear readers to shred this tale into pieceFirst of all I like to admit that I do not have the slightest concern of seeing any goodness or bright side of any story or the explicit meaning it holds However I like to focus on the badness and the implicitly It's fun and stimulus GreedinessAnd the first deadly sin we have is greediness When I was reading that King Midas had everything that money could buy but he wasn’t happy I said alright that's cool he might be lonely melancholic lost a loved one But hell no he's just a greedy MOF More than anything else King Midas loved counting his money and piling it into great shining heaps of gold but always he wanted However when a wish was offered to him he could not think of something else but to wish that everything he touches turn to gold YOU HAD ONE WISH AND YOU BLEW IT BITCH PrideLet's go back to the first lines of the story where you'll discover the second deadly sin for the day pride That mad kind is taking a huge pleasure of counting his gold like a maniac More than anything else King Midas loved counting his money and piling it into great shining heaps of gold but always he wanted This is so close to the character of The Businessman in The Little Prince he was concerned with matters of conseuence like counting an recounting the stars so he can be richer Nevertheless that Businessman said one hall of thing to The Little Prince Kings do not own they reign over It is a very different matterGluttonyWell what King Midas did with his old school teacher and the friend of the God Dionysus MIGHT look so generous lovely and thoughtful of King Midas but no Let us just focus on the implicitly Gluttony our third deadly sin As you see it was just the two of them for a meal However King Midas felt the urge to show off in front of the old man and he ordered his servants to prepare a feast for him See the word FEAST this is gluttony mixed with greediness DionysusObviously gods judges by appearances COME ON HE'S A SINFUL KING But who can blame Dionysus; he's the god of ritual madness and religious ecstasy However this story explicitly tells us that the God Dionysus is kind of merciful; he's not a Genie who can't reverse a wish you've made He'll give you the wish you want and watch you regret it and beg him until his ego is fully satisfied then he'll reverse your wishAnd now that I'm all satisfied with my critiue I'll leave you for your thoughts