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Hans Christian Andersen

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Hans Christian Andersen was a celebrated Danish author, who is perhaps best remembered for his fairy tales. Some of his most famous works include "The Princess and the Pea," "Thumbelina," "The Little Mermaid," and "The Emperor's New Clothes." Andersen's legacy is expansive; his works have been published in 125 languages, adapted into popular films, and laid the groundwork for stories like Kenneth Grahame's "Wind in the Willows" and A.A. Milne's "Winnie the Pooh."

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The Disney scriptwriters. They took considerable liberties with the Andersen tale and toned down the sacrificial elements almost to a mere (Manhattan afternoon shadow from east to west) a little shadow, no real loss. The original was far more morbid and brooding, and more or less(as, depending on th…
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ThumbelinaBased from the 1994 film, A Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tale. Once upon a time, there was a widow that longed for a child to call her own. One day, she went to a fairy and told her that she wanted a child of her own. So the fairy put a flower seed in the widow's hand and told her to …
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Actually, Hans Christian Andersen didn't have any children nor did he get married. The women he loved died, rejected him, or only treated him as a brother/friend. Does that help you?
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The original little mermaid story, by Hans Christian Anderson, was simply called "The Mermaid." This original version is in the public domain, so it can be legally read for free. Unlike the feel good version from Disney, the original story contains some horrific scenes and may not be suitable for sm…
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Hans Christian Anderson was born April 2, 1805 in Odense, Denmark. He is most known for writing "The Little Mermaid" "Thumbelina" "The Little Match Girl" "The Princess and the Pea" and "The Ugly Duckling".
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He was born in Odense, Denmark
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Hans Christian Andersen died on August 4, 1875 at the age of 70.
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Odense, Denmark
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I believe that in the fairytale The Princess and the Pea, there was a museum in the castle the pea was placed in there to acknowledge that that pea was how the princess was believed to be a true princess.
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Hans Christian Andersen was born on April 2, 1805.
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He wrote 168 fairytale books.
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liver cancer
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Denmark
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The Little Mermaid Thumbelina The Emperor's New Clothes The Ugly Duckling The Princess and the Pea
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Look before you leap. Sometimes innocent children can see things more clearly than adults. Don't believe everything you're told by those who seek gain. Don't assume others are right simply because you perceive their status to be higher than yours. Those unifluenced by either marketing or status …
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Odense, Fyn, Denmark
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Here's my guess: the story tells us that we should look at people's hearts, not their appearance. And that it doesn't matter what others think of you, as long as you set a good goal for yourself. The duckling wished to be as beautiful as a swan, but what he didn't know was that he already had it in …
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He wrote: The Snow QueenThe little MermaidThe Ugly DuckligThe Stead fast tin soldier  Thumbelina and  The little match girl
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Odense, Denmark
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According to Wikipedia, it was during 1835 that Andersen published the first installment of his immortal Fairy Tales. He wrote more stories completing the first volume, which were published in 1836 and 1837. The collection consists of nine tales that includes The Tinderbox, The Princess and the Pea,…
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until August 4, 1875, dying painfully in a house called Rolighed (literally: calmness), near Copenhagen, the home of his close friends Moritz Melchior and wife, a banker.[
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Thumbelina is a character in a story created by Hans Christan Andersen. She is a fairy-tale character who is very tiny. There is also apparently a horse billed as "the world's smallest" and named Thumbelina. See the link below.
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Hans Christian Anderson, also spelled Andersen originated these tales.
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The city of Odense in Denmark
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The original story is in the public domain, but newer adaptations of it would have their own protection.
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The name of the Princess in the Princess and the Pea is not named.However, in the Broadway musical adaptation Once Upon A Mattress (1959), the character is named Winnifred.
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He fell out of bed...true story But died three years later._ _ _Old age. He was 70 years old.
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Old age - he died at age 70 in a peaceful manor.
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Hans Christian Andersen wrote this fairy tale.
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Notice in this story that the princess arrives at the castle bedraggled and totally not "princessy". She is torn, scratched, and has no attendants. The Queen who makes the test of the pea under the matress is judging by the princess' appearance, which is a judgment only of appearance not of quality.…
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Notice in the story, when the Queen let the Princess sleep at the twenty mattresses she graciously agreed. And when the princess past the test, the Prince marry her but not just because she's a real Princess. He marry her because she graciously agreed to sleep on the top of the twenty mattresses as …
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the emperor, the swindlers, the minister, and the boy..?!~
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"Think twice before you act " is the moral of the story.
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The moral lesson is not to judge people by what they look like.
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No, he never was married.
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The Angel (1843) The Bell (1845)The Emperor's New Clothes (1837)The Galoshes of Fortune (1838)The Fir Tree (1844)The Happy Family (1847)The Ice Maiden (1861)It's Quite True! (1852)The Little Match Girl (1848)The Little Mermaid (1836)Little Tuck (1847)The Nightingale (1844)The Old House (1847)Sandma…
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In the emperor's kingdom
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Hans Christian Anderson died on august 4,1805. He died when he was 70
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UN sec gen and children book author
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No bigger than your thumb!
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Always speak the truth no matter what you see or hear SPEAK THE TRUTH!another one is that you should never speak to strangers.THE END Bye~ I hope i answered your question
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Suposedly yes she is. She is a mini with dwarfism i do believe that's what it said on a site i was on. Thanks for answering it! My friend petted her.Not a problem lol glad i could help! =)
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Yes, it would fit in that category, also maybe a ad for posturepedic matttresses.
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Among other things he was made honorary citizen of his native town of Odense, which meant a lot to him
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Hans Christian Andersen wrote The Princess and the Pea.
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once upon a time in a beautiful castle
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Queen Mariana, King Maximillion, Prince Valiant and Princess Olivia
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The toad's names are Grundel Toad , Mrs. Dolores 'Mama' Toad , Mozo Toad and Gringo Toad .
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it give us hope and continue our dream
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Hans christian andersen wrote it in 1836.
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He Wrote 162 Stories That's Allot.
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He started writing in 1835.
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Royalty and nobility are distinct from ordinary humans - they just cannot help their eliteness.
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One theme is that swindlers try to get the better of you by first learning about what you like or other things and turn it into a weakness.The other is that the little kid is only the truthful person the fact that he is too naive to learn the pressures of ceartain groups like the adults who were all…
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Prince Cornelius
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No, he remained unmarried and, by all accounts, a virgin. Researchers have been debating his sexual orientation for years.
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He wrote fairytales. He also wrote "The Ugly Duckling", Thumbelina, and The Little Mermaid!
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Hans Christian Andersen wrote over 160 childrens books eg.little Marimaid
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change or magic
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He lived in Denmark
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Thumbalina lives in a little walnut shell by the side of a window in a women's house
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he died from liver cancer
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Chales Dickons does not exist, I'm afraid.
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Many! IncludingThe Little MermaidThe Little Match GirlThe Ugly DucklingThe Tin Solider and many more - MANY MANY MORE. You could look him up on google or www.wikipedia.comHans Christian Andersen wrote 168 childeren's fairy tales total.
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In the emperors new clothes the clothes were made out of nothing.:) :) :) :)
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Yes, although certain adaptations and editions may be protected.
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The emperor's new clothes were not made of anything. The tailor who was making the "clothes" in fact made nothing and the emperor presented himself as clothed when he was naked.
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A wingless Fairy.
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Hans Christian Andersen's father, Hans Andersen, had participated in the Napoleonic wars (to earn money) and returned seriously weekended by decease. He dies in 1816.
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Yes
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No actually its me, Ask her Add her as a friend and say Wiki answers who are you and i bet ya she says wowwowwowgurll
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The queen put's the Pea under the 20 materesess and 20 feather quilts .
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To never give up no matter what the cost, and to keep going and going until you fail.
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The child is thrown into the dungeon and never heard from again.
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The little mermaid, the snow queen and the ugly duckling
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a christian school
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To never give up, no matter what the cost.
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its a novel :)
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This is not a real story. Where it takes place in the story is in a castle.
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Hans Christien Andersen
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he was made honarary citizen of his native town of Odense
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To be happy with who you are! Thumbelina had creatures tell her all sorts of things about herself, but what really mattered was what those she loved thought of her. She had to figure out who mattered and who didn't. Also, never give up!
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No. The story originated in the French countryside in about the 17th century and was told orally until it was first published and printed by Charles Perrault in 1697 as 'Le Petit Chaperon Rouge' in his collection of short stories called Tales and Stories of the Past with Morals - Tale…
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the emporor lost his clothes the poem
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The parents of author Hans Christian Andersen (1805 -1875) earned their living by: Father : wokring as a shoemaker Mother : washing clothes for other people
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