Hans Christian Andersen.
Hans Christian Andersen (/ˈændərsən/; Danish: (listen); 2 April 1805 – 4 August 1875) was a Danish author. Although a prolific writer of plays, travelogues, novels, and poems, Andersen is best remembered for his fairy tales. Andersen's popularity is not limited to children: his stories express themes that transcend age and nationality.
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Hans Christian Andersen. Angelehnt an dänische, deutsche und griechische Sagen und historische Begebenheiten, dem Volksglauben verbunden und inspiriert von literarischen Strömungen seiner Zeit, schuf Andersen die bedeutsamsten Kunstmärchen des Biedermeier. Andersens Märchen sind nicht nur zeitlos; sie gehören mittlerweile zur Weltliteratur.
Hans Christian Andersen was released in 1994 by Australian children's musician, Franciscus Henri, via ABC Music's (ABC for Kids) on compact Disc I'm Hans Christian Andersen. Studio album by. Franciscus Henri.
Hans Christian Andersen is probably the best known Dane ever. Get up close and personal with the famous and beloved poet and author of some of the most world-famous fairy tales. Discover the fantastic world of Hans Christian Andersen, see how his childhood in Odense unfolded, his moving to Copenhagen where he spent much of his adolescence, and of course his many journeys which served as inspiration for his many fairy tales. See the classics at the exhibitions with light and sound effects to make the world-renowned stories come to life.
Our trip to Odense and the Hans Christian Andersen Museum was a happy happenstance. We picked Odense almost at random and it turned out to be the most wonderful part of our trip to Scandinavia.
Hans Christian Andersen (Author), Maria Tatar (Translator, Contributor). Andersen, creator of The Princess and the Pea and The Ugly Duckling, receives treasury treatment in this latest entry in Norton's series of annotated classics, replete with margin notes attentive to historical contexts, critical interpretations and folkloric influences. Tatar, Harvard's dean for humanities (The Annotated Brothers Grimm), relates that when she taught Andersen's tales, undergraduates often reported their magical childhood experiences with the fairy tales and protested her analyses of Andersen's frequently brutal scenarios.
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