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Imaginative, mischievous, but generally never deliberately mean or nasty, that is why I have always liked and actually adored Astrid Lindgren's Emil. While Emil does tend to often get himself and his sweet and compliant little sister Ida into trouble, he generally engages in his little misdeeds because he wants to have fun and does not think of the consequences until it is a bit too late Emil is thus a spontaneous child, an often thoughtless child, but really never a deliberately bullying, vicious or sneaky child.

And sometimes, Emil's so called pranks are not even this at all at least immer dieser michel my own humble immer dieser michelbut purely bad luck.

It is, for example, simply unfortunate that Emil's father steps into the mousetrap that Emil has set he is truly trying to be helpful, as the farmhouse is being overrun with and by rodentsand Emil also does not get his head stuck in the soup tureen out of malice but because he wants to slurp the last bit of the delicious soup his mother has cooked.

One of my absolute favourite episodes is when Emil invites all of the residents of the local Poor House for Christmas dinner at the family farm after they had been unfairly cheated out of their own Christmas dinner by the gluttonous and bullying, scheming matron of the Poor House.

And I for one, will never, ever consider this even remotely a prank, but a wonderful and caring, socially conscious gesture, one which demonstrates that above all, Emil is a sweet and kind boy with a huge and loving, socially conscious heart.

Since the door can also be locked from the immer dieser michel, his father locks him in there for a while as punishment. Emil is usually embarrassed by what he has done, but this is not a severe punishment for Emil, who likes sitting in the shed and takes to carving immer dieser michel wooden figure during each of his stays.

He eventually accumulates of them, except for the one that his mother buries because she claims it looks too much like the rural dean. Emil is clever and creative and tends to think in unconventional ways that adults are liable to misunderstand.

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Emil is very resourceful. He is handy with any type of farm animal, immer dieser michel horses. He is also brave, and saves the farmhand Alfred's life when he has blood poisoning.

As Alfred is near death and the road to the doctor's covered with snow, Emil defies the bad weather and makes the trip by horse and sleigh to the doctor, so saving Alfred's life, a man immer dieser michel has always looked up to.


immer dieser michel In the end, Emil is said to grow up into a responsible and resourceful man, eventually becoming Chairman of the Village Council. Other characters[ edit immer dieser michel Anton Svensson, Emil's father, is often angry with his son, though it is often made clear that he likes him a lot between pranks.

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On one occasion, he tells his wife that if she keeps wearing her shoes so immer dieser michel, they will have to be changed all the time — every other ten years! Alcohol and swearing are strictly forbidden in the Svenssons' house. Alma Svensson, Emil's mother, adores her immer dieser michel and tends to say that "Emil is a nice little boy, and we love him just the way he is.

Ida Svensson, Emil's little sister, is a well-behaved child, unlike him.