The Emperor´s New Clothes

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The emperor in this story hires two crooks who promise to sew him a new dress from such a piece of thin fabric that it will be practically invisible to fools. After spending some time at an empty loom, the crooks give the king the "invisible dress."

Perhaps one of the funniest tales of H.C. Andersen, exposing the stupidity and vices of the ruling elite.

Cunning crooks can deceive anyone, even the emperor himself and his loyal advisers, but not a child. Children do not know how to pretend. They say what they see, even if there is a naked emperor in front of them.

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