Fairy Tales by Hans Christian Andersen

Week 10: European Fairy Tales - Assignments - Reading - Resources - Images


The best place to start looking for Andersen online is the gilead.org site. This website was created by the parents of Gilead Har'el, who died suddenly at the age of 19. You will find the text of almost all of Andersen's 168 stories at this site.

Some of the most popular Andersen stories are also available at Bartleby.com. You will also find some of the stories at Online-Literature.com. The Hans Christian Andersen metasite contains the stories in a huge variety of translations. There is also a listing of the stories by theme.

The Hans Christian Andersen Center Online contains all kinds of materials, including the children's drawings that were used to illustrate some of this week's stories.

The Hans Christian Andersen 2005 website contains information about Andersen and the upcoming celebration of Andersen in 2005, the 200th anniversary of Andersen's birth.

The Hans Christian Andersen Picture Page contains some photographs and portraits of the Andersen. There is a Hans Christian Andersen Timeline as part of an entire course about Andersen at the University of Wisconsin.

You will find an Andersen biography and bibliography at the Books and Writers website.

There is a website for the Hans Christian Andersen Museum in Odense, Denmark.

AndersenFairyTales.com is an interactive website for children.

Modern Languages / Anthropology 3043: Folklore & Mythology. Laura Gibbs, Ph.D. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License. You must give the original author credit. You may not use this work for commercial purposes. If you alter, transform, or build upon this work, you may distribute the resulting work only under a license identical to this one.
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