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The Complete Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tales (edition 1997)

by Hans Christian Andersen, Lily Owens (Editor)

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Member:kayiscah
Title:The Complete Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tales
Authors:Hans Christian Andersen
Other authors:Lily Owens (Editor)
Info:Portland House, div. of Random House Value Publ. (1997), Paperback, 803 pages
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The Complete Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tales (ed. by Lily Owens) {~156 stories} by Hans Christian Andersen

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  tequillasheila | Mar 14, 2014 |
This is a great collection of Hans Christian Andersen's tales. Although it is not actually a "complete" set, there are some really great stories. I particularly liked The Little Match Girl, The Ugly Duckling, The Little Mermaid, and many others. They are very different tales, but are still very good, they just don't fit the "normal" Americanized fairy tales.
1 vote msampsel | Mar 9, 2011 |
Book Description: Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. Dust jacket lightly rubbed, otherwise very good. CLEAN TEXT!. Binding is Hardcover.
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  Czrbr | Jun 7, 2010 |
A glorious collection. Sublime story telling and stories. Some of it not suitable for everyone, and some stories are dark and depressing,though this is important art and writing to remember, tried and true lessons on love, and the importance of doing right. Useful in the classroom for a fairy/folk tale unit, inspiring to research H.C Andersen, Scandinavia, paper cuts. ( )
1 vote lauraejensen | Dec 6, 2008 |
Hans Christian Andersen are great stories for kids. A bit less dark then the Grimm's Brothers, but still a little dangerous and interesting. These stories just do not get old. You can read them time and again and they only get better when they are shared. ( )
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Contents:
The fir tree --
Littly tiny or Thumbelina --
The brave tin soldier --
The ugly duckling --
Little Ida's flowers --
The storks --
The money-box --
The top and ball --
The wild swans --
Ole-Luk-Oie, the dream-God --
Little Tuk --
The snow queen --
The old house --
The happy family --
The elf of the rose --
The angel --
The story of the year --
The conceited apple branch --
The pea blossom --
The bettle who went on his travels --
The bottle neck --
The last dram of the old oak --
The Portuguese duck --
The snow man --
The pan and the inkstand --
The butterfly --
Soup from a sausage skewer --
The little mermaid --
The old street lamp --
The darning needle --
A rose from Homer's grave --
The flax --
The shirt collar --
The little match seller --
The buckwheat --
Little Claus and Big Claus --
The travelling companion --
The golashes of fortune --
The flying trunk --
The racers --
The metal pig --
The shepherdess and the sheep --
The nightingale --
She was good for nothing --
The goblin and the huckster --
What the old man does is always right --
The story of a mother --
Ib and little Christina --
Under the willow tree --
The shepherd's story of the bond of friendship --
The Jewish maiden --
The old bachelor's nightcap --
The puppet show man --
Anne Lisbeth --
Beauty of form and beauty of mind --
The philosopher's stone --
In the uttermost parts of the sea --
The marsh king's daughter --
The child in the grave --
The elfin hill --
The garden of paradise --
The tinder-box --
The shadow --
The main coach passengers --
The new century's goddess --
What the moon saw --
Lucky peer --
The court cards. Grandmother --
The last pearl --
Something --
A cheerful temper --
The story of the wind --
The ice maiden --
The old church bell --
Holger Danske --
The sunbeam and the captive --
Chrildren's prattle --
The silver shilling --
The old grave stone --
The loveliest rose in the world --
A leaf from heaven --
The girl who trod on the loaf --
The emperor's new suit --
The daisy --
The swineherd --
The saucy boy --
The princess and the pea --
The red shoes --
The little elder tree mother --
The neighbouring families --
The wicked prince --
The bell --
There is no doubt about it --
A story --
Everything in the right place --
The dumb book --
Two brothers --
The snail and the rose tree --
The farm yard cock and the weather cock --
Delaying is not forgetting --
A story from the sand hills --
The gardener and the noble family --
The talisman --
On judgment day --
This fable is intended for you --
The teapot --
The goblin and the woman --
Which was the happiest? --
Peiter, Peter, and Peer --
The candles --
The most incredible thing --
Vano and Glano --
The great sea serpent --
The little green ones --
The flea and the professor --
The days of the week --
The comet --
What the whole family said --
Luck may lie in a pin --
sunshine stories --
The rags --
Dance, dance, doll of mine! --
Aunty Toothache --
The cripple --
The gate key --
What old Johanne told --
Godfather's picture book --
A great grief --
The jumper --
Jack the dullard --
Ole the tower keeper --
The drop of water --
Two maidens --
The bishop of Borglum and his warriors --
The Phoenix bird --
The swan's nest --
The psyche --
The will-o'-the wisp is in the town, says the moor woman --
The windmill --
In the nursery --
The golden treasure --
The storm shakes the shied --
The bird of popular song --
The toad --
The porter's son --
The snowdrop --
Our aunt --
The dryad --
The thistle's experiences --
Poultry Meg's family --
What one can invent --
The thorny road of honor --
In a thousand years --
By the almshouse window --
Moving day --
A string of pearls.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0517092913, Hardcover)

Lilly Owens, ed. Illustrated edition of 159 cherished tales that have enchanted readers for generations. Includes The Ugly Duckling, The Emperor's New Clothes, Snow Queen, all uncut with beautiful illustrations by Arthur Rackham, Hans Richter, et al. 60 B&W illustrations. 816 pages.

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More than 156 of the great Dane's best-loved fairy tales.

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