A Little Princess (Burnett, 2008)
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We all come from childhood, we all loved and loved fairy tales. We need a fairy tale, kind, funny, instructive, unselfish, courageous, about love, about mutual assistance and much, much light and pure. This is just a fairy tale before you. Sarah Crewe is a little princess from Bombay, who, after the death of her mother, finds herself in the London school of noble maidens. Simultaneously with the terrible news about the death of his father, the girl falls into an avalanche of misfortunes: evil deeds, disregard of others, beatings. However, determination and courage, generosity and selflessness help the little princess to overcome all life's troubles, while retaining dignity and honor, as well as to find real reliable friends and strong love, and, of course, to find treasures bequeathed to her by her father. If the author was so vital and believable did not describe all the feelings and experiences of the girl, this fairy tale would be just one of many ordinary fairy tales about princesses.