Arts Literature Authors A Andersen, Hans Christian
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Contains sites relating to the life and work of author Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875). He is mostly known for his fairy tales, which are among the most frequently translated works in all literary history, but has also written many plays, novels, poems, travel books, and several autobiographies.

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Hans Christian Andersen: Fairy Tales and Stories
From the English Translation: H. P. Paull (1872). Original Illustrations by Vilhelm Pedersen and Lorenz Frølich.
The Hans Christian Andersen Center
English section describing his life and works. Extensive timetable, and chronology. Further material available in Danish. Edited by dr. Johan de Mylius, University of Southern Denmark.
Hans Christian Andersen Museum
Describes this small museum, located in Solvang, California. Includes brief biography and a famous tale.
Idiotprogrammer Book Notes: Stories of Hans Christian Anderson
Literary essay about Anderson's whimsical sense of storytelling. By technical writer R.J. Nagle.
Project Runeberg
Entries and links for Andersen.

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