Hans Christian Andersen Stories
The stories of Hans Christian Andersen are treasured around the world. We invite you to explore his magical world.
|Published||English Title||Danish Title|
|1835||The Tinder Box||Fyrtøjet|
|1835||Little Claus and Big Claus||Lille Claus og store Claus|
|1835||Little Ida's Flowers||Den lille Idas Blomster|
|1835||The Naughty Boy||Den uartige Dreng|
|1835||The Princess on the Pea||Prindsessen paa Ærten|
|1835||The Traveling Companion||Rejsekammeraten|
|1836||God Can Never Die||Den gamle Gud lever endnu|
|1837||This Fable is Intended for You||Det er Dig, Fabelen sigter til!|
|1837||The Emperor's New Clothes||Keiserens nye Klæder|
|1838||The Galoshes of Fortune||Lykkens Kalosker|
|1838||The Steadfast Tin Soldier||Den Standhaftige Tinsoldat|
In December 2012, an Unknown HC Andersen Fairy-tale was discovered in Denmark by a historian at Denmark's National Archives. Historian Esben Brage discoverd the story while rummaging through some old boxes. The story is titled, 'The Tallow Candle', and it is believed to have been written while Andersen was still a teenager.
This is not the first time a fairy-tale have reached the public after the author's death in 1875. In 1926, two stories were published; 'Croak' and 'The Penman', and again in 1949, 3 stories were published; 'Folks Say', 'Uranus' and 'The Poor Woman and the Little Canary Bird'. Read the Tallow Candle.
LastUpdate: 2016-06-13 17:29:56