" Just a fun little children's story about not being too big for your own britches. " John Yelverton said.
" یادش بخیر، بچه بودم داستانشو رو برام می خوندن. خیلی خوب بود " Hosein said.
" I would definitely be the one shouting about the Emperor's new "clothes". Never lose your childish ability to question. " Jennifer B. said.
" Very prevalent to today's media and materialistic society. One of my favourite Angela Barrett. I love her designs of pre-war fashion. " Macklin said.
" children, euphoria and truth come together here. debunking myths is for grownups a second nature as long it's not one of themself. " Red said.
" Classic story that teaches a morals lesson at the same time:) In this story, the Emperor ends up looking like a complete fool when he is talked into buying a suit of "invisible" clothing, & ends up walking around nude. It's humbling lesson for him, & he learns that rich men & wise men can be fooled by greed & pride. " Lisa James said.
" Like Anderson's short story "The Snow Queen" the Emperor's new clothes emphasizes the virtues of childlikeness in contrast to the pride of those who have grown up in all the wrong ways.I of course was vaguely familiar with the classic story, primarily with how it took a child to speak the obvious, but I knew none of the details, and they were delightful to learn and they made the story all the better. " John Martindale said.
" I guess this story must have engendered the cynicism I retain to this day. A child should read this before being let loose on newspapers and adverts " Margaret said.