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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Andersen, Hans Christian.
Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen.
Auckland : The Floating Press, ©2010
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
H C Andersen
|Description:||1 online resource (1518 pages)|
|Contents:||Title; Contents; A Story; By the Almshouse Window; The Angel; Anne Lisbeth; The Conceited Apple-Branch; Beauty of Form and Beauty of Mind; The Beetle Who Went on His Travels; The Bell; The Bell-Deep; The Bird of Popular Song; The Bishop of Borglum and His Warriors; The Bottle Neck; The Buckwheat; The Butterfly; A Cheerful Temper; The Child in the Grave; Children's Prattle; The Farm-Yard Cock and the Weather-Cock; The Daisy; The Darning-Needle; Delaying is Not Forgetting; The Drop of Water; The Dryad; Jack the Dullard; The Dumb Book; The Elf of the Rose; The Elfin Hill; The Emperor's New Suit. The Fir TreeThe Flax; The Flying Trunk; The Shepherd's Story of the Bond of Friendship; The Girl Who Trod on the Loaf; The Goblin and the Huckster; The Golden Treasure; The Goloshes of Fortune; She was Good for Nothing; Grandmother; A Great Grief; The Happy Family; A Leaf from Heaven; Holger Danske; Ib and Little Christina; The Ice Maiden; The Jewish Maiden; The Jumper; The Last Dream of the Old Oak; The Last Pearl; Little Claus and Big Claus; The Little Elder-Tree Mother; Little Ida's Flowers; The Little Match-Seller; The Little Mermaid; Little Tiny or Thumbelina; Little Tuk. The Loveliest Rose in the WorldThe Mail-Coach Passengers; The Marsh King's Daughter; The Metal Pig; The Money-Box; What the Moon Saw; The Neighbouring Families; The Nightingale; There is No Doubt About It; In the Nursery; The Old Bachelor's Nightcap; The Old Church Bell; The Old Grave-Stone; The Old House; What the Old Man Does is Always Right; The Old Street Lamp; Ole-Luk-Oie, the Dream-God; Ole the Tower-Keeper; Our Aunt; The Garden of Paradise; The Pea Blossom; The Pen and the Inkstand; The Philosopher's Stone; The Phoenix Bird; The Portuguese Duck; The Porter's Son; Poultry Meg's Family. The Princess and the PeaThe Psyche; The Puppet-Show Man; The Races; The Red Shoes; Everything in the Right Place; A Rose from Homer's Grave; The Snail and the Rose-Tree; A Story from the Sand-Hills; The Saucy Boy; The Shadow; The Shepherdess and the Sheep; The Silver Shilling; The Shirt-Collar; The Snow Man; The Snow Queen; The Snowdrop; Something; Soup from a Sausage Skewer; The Storks; The Storm Shakes the Shield; The Story of a Mother; The Sunbeam and the Captive; The Swan's Nest; The Swineherd; The Thistle's Experiences; The Thorny Road of Honor; In a Thousand Years; The Brave Tin Soldier. The Tinder-BoxThe Toad; The Top and Ball; The Travelling Companion; Two Brothers; Two Maidens; The Ugly Duckling; Under the Willow-Tree; In the Uttermost Parts of the Sea; What One Can Invent; The Wicked Prince; The Wild Swans; The Will-O-The Wisp is in the Town, Says the Moor Woman; The Story of the Wind; The Windmill; The Story of the Year; Endnotes.|