Fairy Tales from Hans Christian Andersen (Google eBook)

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Library of Alexandria, 1926 - Fairy tales - 539 pages
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Review: Fairy Tales Of Hans Christian Andersen

User Review  - Sandi - Goodreads

Good, creative prose. Read full review

Review: Fairy Tales Of Hans Christian Andersen

User Review  - Sharon - Goodreads

I've read these several times. I'm not sure theboys are quite ready for these melancholy tales. Read full review

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Contents

TWENTYEIGHTH EVENING
TWENTYNINTH EVENING
THIRTIETH EVENING
THIRTYFIRST EVENING
THIRTYSECOND EVENING
THE NEIGHBOURING FAMILIES
THE NIGHTINGALE
THERE IS NO DOUBT ABOUT IT

 AN OLD STORY TOLD ANEW
THE DUMB BOOK
THE ELF OF THE ROSE
THE ELFIN HILL
THE EMPERORS NEW SUIT
THE FIR TREE
THE FLAX
THE FLYING TRUNK
THE SHEPHERDS STORY OF THE BOND OF FRIENDSHIP
THE GIRL WHO TROD ON THE LOAF
THE GOBLIN AND THE HUCKSTER
THE GOLDEN TREASURE
 A BEGINNING
WHAT HAPPENED TO THE COUNSELLOR
THE WATCHMANS ADVENTURES
THE EVENTFUL MOMENTA MOST UNUSUAL JOURNEY
THE CLERKS TRANSFORMATION
THE BEST THING THE GOLOSHES DID
SHE WAS GOOD FOR NOTHING
GRANDMOTHER
A GREAT GRIEF
THE HAPPY FAMILY
A LEAF FROM HEAVEN
HOLGER DANSKE
IB AND LITTLE CHRISTINA
 I LITTLE RUDY
II THE JOURNEY TO THE NEW HOME
III THE UNCLE
IV BABETTE
V ON THE WAY HOME
VI THE VISIT TO THE MILL
VII THE EAGLES NEST
VIII WHAT FRESH NEWS THE PARLORCAT HAD TO TELL
IX THE ICE MAIDEN
X THE GODMOTHER
XI THE COUSIN
XII EVIL POWERS
XIII AT THE MILL
XIV NIGHT VISIONS
XV THE CONCLUSION
THE JEWISH MAIDEN
THE JUMPER
THE LAST DREAM OF THE OLD OAK
THE LAST PEARL
LITTLE CLAUS AND BIG CLAUS
THE LITTLE ELDERTREE MOTHER
LITTLE IDAS FLOWERS
THE LITTLE MATCHSELLER
THE LITTLE MERMAID
LITTLE TINY OR THUMBELINA
LITTLE TUK
THE LOVELIEST ROSE IN THE WORLD
THE MAILCOACH PASSENGERS
THE MARSH KINGS DAUGHTER
THE METAL PIG
THE MONEYBOX
 INTRODUCTION
FIRST EVENING
SECOND EVENING
THIRD EVENING
FOURTH EVENING
FIFTH EVENING
SIXTH EVENING
SEVENTH EVENING
EIGHTH EVENING
NINTH EVENING
TENTH EVENING
ELEVENTH EVENING
TWELFTH EVENING
THIRTEENTH EVENING
FOURTEENTH EVENING
FIFTEENTH EVENING
SIXTEENTH EVENING
SEVENTEENTH EVENING
EIGHTEENTH EVENING
NINETEENTH EVENING
TWENTIETH EVENING
TWENTYFIRST EVENING
TWENTYSECOND EVENING
TWENTYTHIRD EVENING
TWENTYFOURTH EVENING
TWENTYFIFTH EVENING
TWENTYSIXTH EVENING
TWENTYSEVENTH EVENING
IN THE NURSERY
 A Family Drama in One Act
THE OLD BACHELORS NIGHTCAP
THE OLD CHURCH BELL
THE OLD GRAVESTONE
THE OLD HOUSE
WHAT THE OLD MAN DOES IS ALWAYS RIGHT
THE OLD STREET LAMP
OLELUKOIE THE DREAMGOD
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
SUNDAY
OLE THE TOWERKEEPER
FIRST VISIT
SECOND VISIT
THIRD VISIT
OUR AUNT
THE GARDEN OF PARADISE
THE PEA BLOSSOM
THE PEN AND THE INKSTAND
THE PHILOSOPHERS STONE
THE PHOENIX BIRD
THE PORTUGUESE DUCK
THE PORTERS SON
POULTRY MEGS FAMILY
THE PRINCESS AND THE PEA
THE PSYCHE
THE PUPPETSHOW MAN
THE RACES
THE RED SHOES
EVERYTHING IN THE RIGHT PLACE
A ROSE FROM HOMERS GRAVE
THE SNAIL AND THE ROSETREE
A STORY FROM THE SANDHILLS
THE SAUCY BOY
THE SHADOW
THE SHEPHERDESS AND THE SHEEP
THE SILVER SHILLING
THE SHIRTCOLLAR
THE SNOW MAN
 IN SEVEN STORIES STORY THE FIRST
 A LITTLE BOY AND A LITTLE GIRL
 THE FLOWER GARDEN OF THE WOMAN WHO COULD CONJURE
 THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS
 LITTLE ROBBERGIRL
 THE LAPLAND WOMAN AND THE FINLAND WOMAN
 OF THE PALACE OF THE SNOW QUEEN AND WHAT HAPPENED THERE AT LAST
THE SNOWDROP
SOMETHING
SOUP FROM A SAUSAGE SKEWER
WHAT THE FIRST LITTLE MOUSE SAW AND HEARD ON HER TRAVELS
WHAT THE SECOND MOUSE HAD TO TELL
WHAT THE FOURTH MOUSE WHO SPOKE BEFORE THE THIRD HAD TO TELL
HOW IT WAS PREPARED
THE STORKS
THE STORM SHAKES THE SHIELD
THE STORY OF A MOTHER
THE SUNBEAM AND THE CAPTIVE
THE SWANS NEST
THE SWINEHERD
THE THISTLES EXPERIENCES
THE THORNY ROAD OF HONOR
IN A THOUSAND YEARS
THE BRAVE TIN SOLDIER
THE TINDERBOX
THE TOAD
THE TOP AND BALL
THE TRAVELLING COMPANION
TWO BROTHERS
TWO MAIDENS
THE UGLY DUCKLING
UNDER THE WILLOWTREE
IN THE UTTERMOST PARTS OF THE SEA
WHAT ONE CAN INVENT
THE WICKED PRINCE
THE WILD SWANS
THE WILLOTHE WISP IS IN THE TOWN SAYS THE MOOR WOMAN
THE STORY OF THE WIND
THE WINDMILL
THE STORY OF THE YEAR

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