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Cultural Writing. Travel. Translated and edited by Anastazia Little. From 1835 to 1839, Anderson wrote a novel and several of the tales that were later to make him world-famous, including The Princess and the Pea and The Little Mermaid. Throughout his life, however, he continued to travel, making over twenty-nine journeys abroad. Translator Anastazia Little has gathered much of his travel writing, which shows him accumulating ideas for his stories in the midst of foreign settings, agonizing over adverse criticism, and displaying a near neurotic concern for his health--all of which makes for fascinating and entertaining reading.

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A book of travels by the great children's fabulist, Hans Christian Andersen.

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Between 1831 and 1867, Hans Christian Andersen made 29 trips throughout Europe and North Africa. Translator Anastazia Little has gathered many of his travel writings which show Andersen accumulating ideas for later stories, displaying neurotic concerns in strange environments, and describing meetings with notables of the day, such as Charles Dickens, the Grimm brothers, Jenny Lind, and composer Felix Mendelssohn.

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ISBN:
9781557133441
Translator:
Little, Anastazia
Author:
Little, Anastazia
Author:
Anderson, Hans Christian
Author:
Andersen, Hans Christian
Publisher:
Green Integer
Location:
Los Angeles
Subject:
Literary
Subject:
Essays
Subject:
Continental european fiction (fictional works
Subject:
Reference - Guides (General)
Subject:
European - Scandinavian
Subject:
Authors, Danish
Subject:
General Transportation
Subject:
TRAVEL / General
Subject:
General Travel
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series:
Green Integer Books
Series Volume:
OT-2110
Publication Date:
19980631
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Pages:
206
Dimensions:
5.00 x 4.00 in

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A book of travels by the great children's fabulist, Hans Christian Andersen.
"Synopsis" by , Between 1831 and 1867, Hans Christian Andersen made 29 trips throughout Europe and North Africa. Translator Anastazia Little has gathered many of his travel writings which show Andersen accumulating ideas for later stories, displaying neurotic concerns in strange environments, and describing meetings with notables of the day, such as Charles Dickens, the Grimm brothers, Jenny Lind, and composer Felix Mendelssohn.
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