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  1. The Little Matchstick Girl (Classic Fairy Tales) by Hans Christian Andersen, 2008-06-01
  2. The Ugly Duckling by Hans Christian Andersen, 2009-06-01
  3. Stories from Andersen by Hans Christian Andersen, 1993
  4. Andersen's Fairy Tales by Hans Christian Andersen, 2010-01-29
  5. The Ugly Duckling (Caldecott Honor Book) by Hans Christian Andersen, Jerry Pinkney, 1999-03-24
  6. Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales: The Classic Children's Treasury by Hans Christian Andersen, William King, 1996-09
  7. The Ugly Duckling (Caldecott Honor Book) by Hans Christian Andersen, Jerry Pinkney, 1999-03-24
  8. Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales: The Classic Children's Treasury by Hans Christian Andersen, William King, 1996-09
  9. Die Schneekönigin. by Hans Christian Andersen, Anastassija Archipowa, et all 2003-09-01
  10. The Complete Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tales, Deluxe Edition (Literary Classics) by Hans Christian Andersen, 2006-10-03
  11. Hans Christian Andersen: A New Life by Jens Andersen, 2006-03-28
  12. Andersen's Fairy Tales by Hans Christian Andersen, 2004-06-01
  13. The Young Hans Christian Andersen by Karen Hesse, 2005-10-01
  14. Fairytales by Hans Christian Andersen, 1992-01-01

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The Story of Hans Christian Andersen Hans Christian Andersen was Danish. He was born in Odense, Denmark, almost 2 centuries ago on April 2, 1805. In fact, the year 2005 will mark his 200th birthday! His father was a shoemaker, and his mother was a washerwoman for rich people in large homes. In his stories you will find many themes of the differences between the poor and wealthy classes. You will also find the occasional shoemaker. Even as a child he always loved the arts, and he left home at age 14 to make his fortune. He was an artist, and a singer, and an actor, but he was not a success at first. He grew even poorer and almost died of hunger. He received some money and could afford to continue his education thanks to the help of a patron of the arts, the director of the Royal Theatre. He went to university in the capital city of Copenhagen and began his writing. Andersen was first known as a poet, and his poetry won him many patrons and paid his way to travel throughout Europe. His first book of fairy tales was published in 1835. The book was a success, and he followed it with many other volumes of children’s stories, almost one a year, right up until 1872! Because of his wonderful fairy tales, Andersen became known as the greatest writer in Denmark, and one of the most beloved children’s authors in the world. In his lifetime, he wrote more than one hundred and fifty fairy tales, and his stories have been translated into over 100 languages!

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Hans Christian Andersen was born in Denmark on the 2nd of April 1805, into a poor family. Andersen very early showed signs of imaginative temperament, which was fostered by the indulgence and superstition of his parents. In 1816 his father died and he was left entirely to his own devices. Wishing to be an opera-singer, Andersen took matters into his own hands and started for Copenhagen in September 1819. There he was taken for a lunatic, snubbed at the theatres, and nearly reduced to starvation, but he was befriended by the musicians Christoph Weyse and Siboni, and afterwards by the poet Frederik Hoegh Guldberg (1771-1852). His voice failed, but he was admitted as a dancing student at the Royal Theatre. He grew idle, and lost the favor of Guldberg, but a new patron appeared in the person of Jonas Collin, the director of the Royal Theatre, who became Andersen's life-long friend. King Frederick VI was interested in the strange boy and sent him, free of charge, to the great grammar-school at Slagelse. Before he started for school he published his first volume

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Encyclopedia Article Find Print E-mail Blog It Multimedia 2 items Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875), Danish author, whose fairy tales have been translated into more than 80 languages and have inspired plays, ballets, films, and works of sculpture and painting. Born in Odense, he suffered from poverty and neglect during his childhood, and when he was 14 years of age he ran away to Copenhagen. There he worked for Jonas Collin, director of the Royal Theater, until Collin raised money to provide him with an education. Andersen had poetry and prose published and plays produced beginning in 1822. His first success was “A Walk from Holmen's Canal to the East Point of the Island of Amager in the Years 1828 and 1829” (1829), a fantastic tale imitative of the style of German writer

24. Hans Christian Andersen Biography And Literary Works
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Hans Christian Andersen was born in the slums of Odense. His father was a shoemaker and literate. His mother, who worked as washerwoman, was uneducated and superstitious, but opened for his son the world of folklore. Andersen's half-sister worked as a prostitute for a time. Andersen received little education, and as a child he was highly emotional, suffering all kinds of fears and humiliations because of his tallness and effeminate interests. Andersen's hysterical attacks of cramps were falsely diagnosed as epileptic fits. Encouraged by his mother he composed his own fairy tales and arrange puppet theatre shows. In 1816 his father died and Andersen was forced to go to work. He was for a short time apprenticed to a weaver and tailor, and he also worked at a tobacco factory. Once his trousers were pulled down when other workers suspected that he was a girl. At the age of 14 Andersen moved to Copenhagen to start a career as a singer, dancer or an actor - he had a beautiful soprano voice. The following three years were full of hardships although he found supporters who paved his way to the theatre. Andersen succeeded in becoming associated with the Royal Theater, but he had to leave it when his voice began to change. When he was casually referred as a poet it changed his plans: "It went through me, body and soul, and tears filled my eyes. I knew that, from this very moment, my mind was awake to writing and poetry." He then began to write plays, all of which were rejected.

25. Andersen, Hans Christian. 1909–14. Tales. Vol. 17, Part 3. The Harvard Classics
andersen, hans christian. 1909–14. Tales. Vol. 17, Part 3. The Harvard Classics.
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Thanks to his fairy tales and stories, Hans Christian Andersen, 1805-75, is probably the most widely read author in the world today, but even in his own time he was read and known from Russia in the east to America in the west. His career from the lowest stratum of society in his native town of Odense in Funen via his problematic adaptation to the official and bourgeois circles in Copenhagen and further still until he became a familiar guest in the country mansions of Denmark, the palaces of kings and princes and the entire cultural stage of Europe provided him with material for many of his works and for no fewer than three autobiographies, the final version being Mit Livs Eventyr (1855, The Fairy Tale of My Life (with later supplements)). Modern editions of his correspondence and diaries have produced an unusually comprehensive insight into his life and his complex personality.

28. Hans Christian Andersen (1952)
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Below are the etexts for an early English translation of Andersen's tales, translated by Mrs. Paull, as well as Andersen's autobiography The True Story of My Life: A Sketch from 1847. Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales . Mrs. Henry H. B. Paull, translator. [1872, 1883]. The Fir Tree [1845] Little Tiny [Thumbelina] [1835] The Daisy [1838] The Brave Tin Soldier [1838] ... The Bell, or Nature's Music [1845] Andersen, Hans Christian. Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales The True Story of My Life: A Sketch by Hans Christian Andersen (1847)

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30. Lille Pige Med Svovlstikkerne. English By Hans Christian Andersen - Project Gute
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31. Hans Christian Andersen Awards
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32. Hans Christian Andersen Teacher Resource File
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Welcome to the Internet School Library Media Center Hans Christian Andersen page. Andersen is known as the "father of the literary fairy tale." For other children's authors, see Children's Books Authors and Illustrators
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34. LibriVox » Andersen’s Fairy Tales By H.C. Andersen
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35. Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875) Danish Writer.
(18051875) Danish writer. hans christian andersen combined folk legends with his own imagination to produced fairy tales that are still appreciated today.
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    (1805-1875) Danish writer. Hans Christian Andersen combined folk legends with his own imagination to produced fairy tales that are still appreciated today. He was trained as a singer and actor before achieving success as a playwright and novelist. Books About Hans Christian Andersen Born in the slums of Odense, Denmark, Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875) was a weaver/tailor and factory worker. He finally attended grammar school and Copenhagen University; and he began to write musical drama, prose arabesques, plays, novels, and travel sketches. Read more books about Hans Christian Andersen. Classic Literature Writer: Hans Christian Andersen In 1835, Andersen published "Fairy Tales for Children," which contained four short stories. He eventually wrote 168 fairy tales. Read on.

    A brief look at andersen s life and works. Includes one of his most famous tales.
    HOME HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN MUSEUM Story of Hans About Hans Museum Highlights Hans Home
    The Hans Christian Andersen Museum is operated by the Ugly Duckling Foundation, a non profit organization established to foster public understanding and enjoyment of Hans Christian Andersen and his work. The Museum is located upstairs in The Book Loft Building ( 1680 Mission Drive) in Solvang. Open Daily from 10:00 am to 5:00 PM. Group tours by arrangement. Museum accessible through the Book Loft and Kaffe Hus. Phone 805-688-2052 Museum Activities
    • Tours Mini Lectures Participation in local festivals (Events) Andersen Birthday Celebration, complete with cake, each April 2

    37. Hans Christian Andersen Medals
    hans christian andersen Medals. International Board on Books for Young People. Established 1956. Currently awarded every two years to one author and one
    Hans Christian Andersen Medals
    International Board on Books for Young People Established 1956. Currently awarded every two years to one author and one illustrator in recognition of his or her entire body of work.
    Author: Uri Orlev (Israel)
    Illustrator: Klaus Ensikat (Germany)
    Author: Michio Mado (Japan)
    Author: Virginia Hamilton (United States)
    Illustrator: Kveta Pacovska (Czechoslovakia)
    Author: Tormod Haugen (Norway)
    Illustrator: Lisbeth Zwerger (Austria)
    Author: Annie M.G. Schmidt (Netherlands)
    Illustrator: Dusan Kallay (Czechoslovakia)
    Author: Patricia Wrightson (Australia)
    Illustrator: Robert Ingpen (Australia)

    Illustrator: Mitsumasa Anno (Japan)
    Author: Lygia Bojunga Nunes (Brazil)
    Illustrator: Zbigniew Rychlicki (Poland)

    Illustrator: Suekichi Akaba (Japan)
    Author: Paula Fox (USA)
    Illustrator: Svend Otto S. (Denmark)
    Illustrator: Tatjana Mawrina (USSR)
    Author: Maria Gripe (Sweden) Illustrator: Farshid Mesghali (Iran)
    Author: Scott O'Dell (USA) Illustrator: Ib Spang Olsen (Denmark)
    Author: Gianni Rodari (Italy) Illustrator: Maurice Sendak (USA)
    Author: Tove Jansson (Finland) Illustrator: Alois Carigiet (Switzerland)
    Author: Meindert DeJong (USA)
    Author: Astrid Lindgren (Sweden)
    Author: Eleanor Farjeon (Great Britain)
    Back to the Children's Literature Awards Page August 18, 1995

    38. Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales On Postage Stamps
    The world of hans christian andersen s fairy tales through stamps.
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    Next Being Danish, I grew up with Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales as an important part of my "mental luggage", and the world famous Danish poet and story teller, his life and work has always fascinated me. In 2005 Denmark will celebrate his 200th birth anniversary; and as this year has also been declared the International Andersen-Year, this website is a philatelic tribute to the Danish national poet in his international year 2005. On 2nd March 2005, Denmark has released a set of four stamps in honour of our great countryman, depicting him on a portrait, and allegorically as an artist, as a story teller, and a travelling man.
    • Denmark 2005. Portrait, and three facets of the great poet's life: The Artist, The Story Teller, The Traveller.
    Introduction Tales (Continued) Tales (Continued) Andersen's Life The Swineherd The Fir Tree Tales The Nightingale The Old House The Tinder Box The Ugly Duckling ... The Red Shoes Other Works The Princess and the Pea The Elder-Tree Mother Paper Cuts The Naughty Boy ... The Snow Queen Miscellaneous The Emperor's New Clothes The hepherdess and Chimney Sweep Postmarks The Storks ... What Pops Does Is Always Right H.C. Andersen being for children of all ages, not less than 31 of his fairy tales have been illustrated on one or more stamps, including c. 30 Disney-stamps, together with Danish Christmas Seals from 1975 and 1994, the latter also illustrating some of his fairy tales. Many of his tales depict characters that gain happiness in life after suffering and conflicts. Although written more than a century ago, his tales are still as fresh and enchanting today as they were then.

    39. Aesop's Fables - 127 Fairy Tales Of Hans Christian Andersen
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