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Max und Moritz

Eine Bubengeschichte in sieben Streichen

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Author: Wilhelm Busch
Published: 1906
Language: German
Wordcount: 3,882 / 21 pg
LoC Category: PT
Downloads: 3,891
Added to site: 2005.11.27 11476

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t Bedacht,
Hat das Backhaus zugemacht.

[Illustration: Durch den Schlot]

Also will hier einer stehlen,
Muß er durch den Schlot sich quälen.

[Illustration: Schwarz wie Raben]

Ratsch! Da kommen die zwei Knaben
Durch den Schornstein, schwarz wie Raben.

[Illustration: ... in die Mehlkist']

Puff! Sie fallen in die Kist',
Wo das Mehl darinnen ist.

[Illustration: Weiß wie Kreide]

Da! Nun sind sie alle beide,
Rund herum so weiß wie Kreide.

[Illustration: Auf den Stuhl]

Aber schon mit viel Vergnügen
Sehen sie die Brezeln liegen.

[Illustration: ... der bricht entzwei]

Knacks! -- Da bricht der Stuhl entzwei;

[Illustration: ... und in den Brei]

Schwapp! -- Da liegen sie im Brei.

[Illustration: Voll Kuchenteig]

Ganz von Kuchenteig umhüllt,
Steh'n sie da als Jammerbild. --

[Illustration: ... bemerkt sie Meister Bäcker]

Gleich erscheint der Meister Bäcker
Und bem

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Average Rating of 4 from 2 reviews: ****
Branko Collin

Project Gutenberg does have illustrated versions in HTML and PDF format.


...but there are the illustrations missing which is bad because it is a real comic - you'd have a look at them certainly!



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