时间：2016-06-08 Source: jajshop.com Time: 2016-06-08
Reading more extra-curricular books can increase self-cultivation and quality, as well as ideological state, thinking and logical ability. In view of this, Xiaobian has prepared this classic masterpiece reading note: "Andersen's Fairy Tales", welcome to read!
I remember reading Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales at a very young age. At that time, I just thought it was interesting, so I watched it every day, didn't understand anything, but still read it with interest.
When I read The Little Girl Selling Matches, my mother will tell me to be a caring person. When I read The Eleven Swans, my mother will tell me that the little girl loves his brother very much. Love will do wonders. When I read "The Ugly Duckling", my mother told me to have a dream and never give up. That's all, "Andersen's Fairy Tale" spent my childhood with me.
Now, when I picked up the book again, I realized that it contained too much. Hope, hatred, encouragement, and criticism. This book is a great work of Andersen. It records his yearning for a better life, and criticizes the dark event. Through warm and touching stories, lovely and beautiful people, always Tell us a lot of philosophy that benefits a lifetime. Among them, my favorite is Little Girl Selling Matches.
This story mainly tells a poor little girl who still bought matches on the street on the eve of the new year, but none of them intended to help her. In the end, her tragic experience of freezing death, criticized the dark society, and those who did not have the slightest Compassionate person.
This is the eve of the new year on the last night of the year. In such cold and darkness, a little girl with a bare head and bare feet is walking down the street. Her little feet have become blue and she has many match bags An old apron; she still had some in her hand. No one had ever asked her for this day; no one had given her a copper plate. After reading this, I will think of how happy and beautiful our life is. Andersen wrote the pitifulness of the little girl through the delicate description, and also taught me the preciousness of a happy life. She sat down in the corner of a house and crouched on her legs. She felt colder. She didn't dare go home because she hadn't sold a match and hadn't made any money, her father would hit her. Besides, the home is as cold as the street. There was only a roof on their heads, and although the biggest crack had been blocked with grass and rags, the wind could still flow in. After reading these words, I can hardly imagine, how can there still be such poor people? Is Andersen a fictional fairy tale? But it seems to be too real. In the end, the fairy tale must have a fairy tale ending. Although it is tragic, it is also happy. The little girl felt the happiness she had never seen before when she lit three matches and met her favorite person. This is probably the only concern God has for her.
I have read this story many times, but I will have new feelings without reading it once. There is a small episode in the middle of the story. When the little girl's shoes were dropped, a little boy picked it up, but did not return it to her, saying it was to be used as a cradle. This boy has no sympathy and love, he only knows to laugh at others, and in real life, there must be no such people. Anderson passed him, criticizing all of him. When these people read this story, they should feel ashamed and shamed. I can't help but reflect on myself. Have you ever done such an excessive act? Of course there is no such thing as a little boy, but there are also things that make fun of others. This book, like a mirror, reflects real ugliness.
At the end of the story, the little girl was frozen to death after all, but what remains unchanged is that no one cares about her! The people in Andersen's writing are so selfish and the society is so dark. Perhaps heaven is the most beautiful place for little girls. She was abandoned by society, and she should not have lived in such a society. But before her death, those three matches brought her great happiness, and let us reflect on it. Is it too greedy to ask my parents for what they want but not for it? Maybe happiness only comes from satisfaction.
"Little Girl Selling Matches" is one of Andersen's most classic fairy tales. The darkness of society and humanity is exposed to his pen. The last time I read this story, I hope that there will be no more girls selling matches in the world.
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