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    When navigating our way through the time era of Hans Christen Anderson‚ there comes many a time when we must pause and ask ourselves‚ why did he write this? What message was he proposing? What role does this character play in the story? Often times there are many answers that can be taken either as a matter of fact or as debatable. No one knows the true mind of the great author‚ but of course himself‚ hence‚ whatever words I may write is only a speculation of a mere high school student. Knowing this

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    deeper‚ malevolent meanings behind them; while modern tales are more positive‚ and inspirational. This happens especially in Disney’s adaption of Hans Christian Andersen’s the Little Mermaid. Disney’s movie ends with Ariel’s dreams coming true and living happily ever after. Well‚ that’s not exactly the way the story was written. Hans Christian Andersen wrote the Little Mermaid in 1837. This is around the time that Europe was going through some significant changes. Charles Darwin’s Theory of Evolution

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    Hans Christian Anderson was a Danish poet that was born on April 2‚ 1805 in Odense‚ Denmark. He was an author who wrote many short stories and today’s movies‚ although he lived in the 19th century many of his works influenced today. Some stories like Frozen‚ The Little Mermaid‚ and the Ugly Duckling. His mother Anne Marie Anderson who cleaned other people’s clothes for a living and his father‚ Hans Anderson Sr.‚ was a cobbler. Throughout his life he published and produced many books and plays based

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    Giving up the thing you love the most for the one you love the most. Romantic? Yes! Stupid? Yes! Hans Christian Anderson’s‚ The Little Mermaid‚ is most commonly seen as a child’s story‚ but if you look closer there are many ties to God and spiritual life. I never saw this as a kid‚ but back then I loved The Little Mermaid‚ because of its magical setting‚ handsome prince‚ and somewhat happy ending. The Little Mermaid unfolds in the deep ocean bottom. The sea king’s castle towers high from the

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    Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Tinderbox” is a near perfect example of traditional folklore. In “Literature for Children: A Short Introduction”‚ David Russell defines the various storytelling conventions often found in traditional folklore under the subjects of setting‚ character‚ plot‚ theme and style. Despite the fact that “The Tinderbox” lacks a clear moral theme and has an unusually complex main character‚ most of the mechanics including setting‚ plot‚ and style‚ are overwhelmingly apparent.

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    Hans Christian Oersted

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    Hans Christian Oersted was born in Rudkobing on August 14‚ 1777 to Soren Christian Oersted and Karen Hermansen. His father was an apothecary and did not have the time to properly raise Oersted or his brother so they were raised by a German wigmaker. When he turned eleven‚ he went to work for his father at his pharmacy‚ where his first interest in science began. Without any prior schooling‚ except what he learned informally through others‚ he passed the entrance exam to University of Copenhagen‚ where

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    Simone Jahn English A 25-4-14 The Red Shoes ! ! Introduction „The Red Shoes“ (De Røde Sko) is a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen from 1845‚ during the Romantic Period. The story centers around Karen‚ a girl who gets entranced by a pair of red shoes. The story has a moral incentive‚ especially for children‚ that one must not be vain and arrogant since it is a sin. The belief in God is also a very important theme in the story; one must not disregard Christianity - that is

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    identity‚ place‚ relationships‚ acceptance and understanding to oneself and other people. These aspects of belonging are demonstrated through the free verse novel‚ ‘The Simple Gift’ by Steven Herrick‚ and the fairy tale of ‘The Ugly Duckling’ by Hans Christian Anderson. In the very early stages of ’The simple gift’‚ Herrick displays sixteen year old‚ Billy Luckett’s‚ sense of alienation by using his first person character to highlight social issues such as hostility within his family‚ leading it to

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    Death is the Small Price to Pay for Immortality As Hans Christian Andersen’s days dwindled down‚ the reoccurring question going through his mind dealt with the role of the artist and what it’s impact has on creating a legacy. Andersen often feared that his work would become everything he had ever worked for‚ encompassing and overshadowing the life of the artist‚ leaving only what was physically left behind for people to remember and not Andersen himself. By judging many of Andersen’s fairy tales

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    The Ugly Duckling

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    Dancing Princesses Hans Christian Andersen In 1843 Hans Christian Andersen published a literary tale he titled “The Ugly Duckling.” Already an accomplished storyteller‚ Andersen used his own life as a template; the story of the duckling who eventually becomes a swan mirrors Andersen’s own rise from working class plebe to celebrated author and poet‚ and while the journey of the duckling also resembles the blossoming of Perrault’s Cinderella‚ the bildungsroman tale that Andersen created is completely

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    Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Andersen several years ago and was amazed at how different it is from the Disney version we all know. In the Disney version‚ as with all Disney movies‚ there is a happy ending where the girl gets the prince. This is not so in the original version by Hans Christian Andersen. His happily ever is when the little mermaid gets a soul and gets to go to heaven because of her good deeds not marrying the prince and living happily ever after. Hans Christian Andersen’s story

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    The Intellectual Imperative One of the most compelling stories in children’s literature is Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Emperor’s New Clothes”. It tells the story of two charlatan tailors who promised to weave invisible clothes for the emperor. This robe they said will only be seen by people of high stature and will be invisible to low-born‚ uncultured citizens of the kingdom. The emperor “wore” the invisible clothes on the day of an important parade. Everyone in the kingdom‚ including the

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    Hans Christian Andersen – The Ugly Duckling “The Ugly Duckling” has been described as Andersen’s most “confessional” work. Read the story and then research his life. Afterward‚ write how you feel that “The Ugly Duckling” is a metaphor for Hans’ life? In your analysis‚ make sure to include common characteristics between the author and the story’s central character and how you think Andersen decided to use the “ugly duckling” to tell his story. In the story The Ugly Duckling describes the eternal

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    THE LITTLE MATCH GIRL -Hans Christian Andersen- Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875) is a Danish author‚ fairy tale writer‚ and poet noted for his children’s stories. Although during his lifetime he was acclaimed for having delighted children worldwide‚ his stories were always meant for adults as well. His poetry and stories have been translated into more than 150 languages. They have inspired motion pictures‚ plays‚ ballets and animated films. However‚ fairy tales

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    to make up for the evident subliminal messages it sends to its audience. Disney’s The Little Mermaid’s storyline adds to gender stereotypes‚ teaches children that it is okay to act out and‚ differs very much from the original version written by Hans Christian Anderson. The Little Mermaid has served as quality entertainment for decades‚ but it is unfortunately not appropriate for vulnerable children due to the messages it sends. Ariel appears to be a beautiful‚ curious and ambitious young mermaid

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    "The Little Match Girl" is a story by Hans Christian Andersen. The story is famous not only because of its poignant tragedy‚ but also because of its beauty. Our imagination (and literature) can give us comfort‚ solace‚ and reprieve from so many of life’s hardships. But‚ literature can also act as a reminder of personal responsibility. One cold‚ snowy night on New Year’s Eve‚ a poor little matchgirl wandered the streets. She shivered in the bitter wind‚ for she had no hat to cover her head. Her too-big

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    ever after ending. So how did the romantic love story of Ariel and Prince Eric come to be? Ultimately the writer and co-director‚ Ron Clements for Disney‚ was disheartened by the ending of Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Little Mermaid.” These two stories differ thematically. “The Little Mermaid” by Hans Christian Andersen’s is a literary fiction showing the audience to love themselves before you can love others and to always be careful what you wish for; on the other hand‚ Disney’s “The Little Mermaid”

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    The Little Mermaid is a fairy tale written by the Danish author Hans Christian Andersen. The Disney movie was released in year 1989. It tells the story about a rebellious 16-year-old mermaid Ariel who is fascinated with life on land. On one of her visits to the surface‚ she falls for a human prince. Determined to be with that human prince‚ Ariel makes a dangerous deal with the sea witch Ursula‚ to become human for three days. As the price‚ she must give up her ability to speak and receive the pain

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    Using stories in the classroom Topic: ‘The Emperor’s new clothes’ by Hans Christian Andersen I.Objectives: -To develop students’ ability to reconstruct a grammatically and textually coherent piece of writing -To provide practice in prediction skills in order to ease the understanding of a new text -To provide practice in gist listening in order to encourage students to not focus on difficult vocabulary and thus make authentic listening texts more accessible -To provide practice

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