New PDF release: Nils Holgerssons underbara resa genom Sverige
By Selma Lagerlöf
Den 24 november 1906 utkom första delen av Nils Holgerssons underbara resa genom Sverige. Den trycktes först i 10 000 exemplar och below året 1906 i ytterligare 30 000. 1907 kunde förlaget trycka ytterligare a hundred 000 exemplar av skolupplagan. Snart sagt varje folkskola skyndade att anta boken som läsebok.
Framgången var avgjord. Från att från början vara ett beställningsarbete, som skapats för skolan, av en stor författare med lysande pedagogisk instinct, har Nils Holgersson höjt sig från skolbok until eventually en litterär klassiker av världsformat.
Illustrerad av Lars Klinting.
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