4 edition of Otto of the Silver Hand. found in the catalog.
Otto of the Silver Hand.
by Looking Glass Library; distributed by Random House in New York
Written in English
Raised in the quiet and peace of a medieval monastery, the son of a German robber baron returns to his father"s castle where he attains manhood and honor despite family blood feuds which bring him great sorrow.
|Statement||Written and illustrated by Howard Pyle.|
|Series||Looking Glass Library,, 15, Looking Glass Library (Series) ;, 15.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.P993 Ot25|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||175|
|LC Control Number||60002295|
Preview of Otto of the Silver Hand Summary: Otto of the Silver Hand was one of the first historical novels for young adults to present the realities behind the chivalric ideal. Pyle reveals the prevalence of cruelty and vengefulness in medieval society. The . Get this from a library! Otto of the Silver Hand. [Howard Pyle; Charles Scribner's Sons,] -- A young boy, raised in the peace and safety of a monastery, must learn to face the real world of brute force and cruelty as he grows.
Otto of the Silver Hand by Howard Pyle (Illustrated by the Author) A very firm square copy with bright cloth and interiors. Tiny faint spots of toning to . Born into a robber baron's household in medieval Germany, young Otto is caught in the middle of a violent blood feud. Captured in battle and severely tortured, the brave lad nevertheless grows up to be a gentle and loving person, standing above other men and .
The story of little Otto, a gentle, peace-loving child born into the heart of turmoil and strife in the castle of a feuding robber baron in medieval Germany. (Summary by Arctura) Genre(s): Historical. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Otto of the Silver Hand by Howard Pyle, , C. Scribner's sons edition, Otto of the silver hand ( edition) | Open LibraryCited by: 2.
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Otto of the Silver Hand was originally published in and I am amazed that the content within this novel continues to be relevant in todays society. This story is set in medieval Germany when castles, feuds, barons, knights, kidnapping, soldiers, and rescues were common/5.
16 rows Otto of the Silver Hand Howard PYLE ( - ) The story of little Otto, a gentle. Otto of the Silver Hand was originally published in - and I am amazed that the content within this novel continues to be relevant in today's society.
This story is set in medieval Germany when castles, feuds, barons, knights, kidnapping, soldiers, and rescues were common/5.
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Otto of the Silver Hand by Howard Pyle was a charming tale of a young boy caught in the middle of a blood feud between the lords of neighboring castles. In true Howard Pyle style there was plenty of action, great virtue and equally great vice. It was the story of vengeful passion and redeeming s: Otto of the Silver Hand Howard Pyle The story of little Otto, a gentle, peace-loving child born into the heart of turmoil and strife in the castle of a feuding robber baron in medieval Germany.
(Summary by Arctura) (3 hr 3 min) Splendid title for a splendid book. Completely and utterly fitting for such a heroic novel/5(26). Otto of the Silver Hand is no exception, and is rather a devation from his normal books. Unlike Robin Hood and His Merry Men, his King Arthur books, or Men in Iron, this book has few battle scenes and is mostly about character development and Cited by: 2.
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The kidnapping of Otto, his adventures among rough soldiers and his daring rescue make up a spirited and thrilling story."--Christian Union.4/5(1). out of 5 stars otto of the silver hand. Reviewed in the United States on J Verified Purchase.
after reading The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood, this book is a bit of a letdown. I enjoyed the story, but it seemed like all the interesting events happened offstage, and it reads more like a snippet out of a larger narrative than a /5(14).
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Otto is the son of a robber baron. His mother dies and his hard-hearted father takes Otto to a monastery to be raised until the age of 12, at which point he comes to retrieve him. The baron is always at war with another baronial family, and Otto is kidnapped and maimed.
Then he is. Otto of the Silver Hand by Howard Pyle challenges young readers to face the darker regions of history and humanity, and does so with the ardent yet unrelenting hand of a father—for it is a tale of fatherhood.
Otto’s experience is the most traumatic that could happen to any child, which is precisely why it is dramatic; and precisely why. Folks called him “Otto of the Silver Hand,” but perhaps there was another reason than that for the name that had been given him, for the pure, simple wisdom that the old monks of the White Cross on the hill had taught him, clung to him through all the honors that the Emperor bestowed upon his favorite, and as he grew older his words were.
Otto of the Silver Hand (Dover Children's Classics) by Pyle, Howard and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Otto of the Silver Hand is simply written. The characters become involved in a cliffhanging adventure as the drama moves forward at a swift pace.
Although the book was written more than one hundred years ago, its language remains appropriate for younger audiences. Otto of the Silver Hand - Otto of the Silver Hand audiobook, by Howard Pyle “This tale that I am about to tell is of a little boy who lived and suffered in those dark middle ages; of how he saw both the good and the bad of men, and of how, by gentleness and love and not by strife and hatred, he came at last to stand above other men and to be looked up to by.
Get this from a library. Otto of the Silver Hand. [Howard Pyle] -- Raised in the quiet and peace of a medieval monastery, the son of a German robber baron returns to his father's castle where he attains manhood and honor despite family blood feuds which bring him.
In this book, five of his most popular works are recreated with their original illustrations: The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood, Men of Iron, Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates, Otto of the Silver Hand, Twilight land.
This book is a timeless and beautiful. Otto of the Silver Hand (originally published in ; republished in by Dover Publications). This book is set in German Baron States of the Middle Ages during the reign of the Holy Roman Emperor Rudolph.
However, I was unable to tell whether it was the time of Rudolph I () or Rudolph II ().Get this from a library! Otto of the Silver Hand. [Howard Pyle] -- The gentle son of a medieval German robber baron, raised in the calm and thoughtful quiet of a monastery, returns to his father's castle and, despite great suffering and blood-feuds, grows to honor.