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Andersen's fairy tales, which have been translated into more than 125 languages,[1] have become culturally embedded in the West's collective consciousness, readily accessible to children, but presenting lessons of virtue and resilience in the face of adversity for mature readers as well: A Story

By the Almshouse Window

The Angel

Anne Lisbeth

The Conceited Apple-branch

Beauty of Form and Beauty of Mind

The Beetle who went on his Travels

The Bell

The Bell-deep

The Bird of Popular Song

The Bishop of Borglum and his Warriors

The Bottle Neck

The Buckwheat

The Butterfly

A Cheerful Temper

The Child in the Grave

Children's Prattle

The Farm-yard Cock and the Weather-cock

The Daisy

The Darning-Needle

Delaying is not Forgetting

The Drop of Water

The Dryad

Jack the Dullard

The Dumb Book

The Elf of the Rose

The Elfin Hill

The Emperor's New Suit

The Fir Tree

The Flax

The Flying Trunk

The Shepherd's Story of the Bond of Friendship

The Girl Who Trod on the Loaf

The Goblin and the Huckster

The Golden Treasure

The Goloshes of Fortune

She was Good for Nothing


A Great Grief

The Happy Family

A Leaf from Heaven

Holger Danske

Ib and Little Christina

The Ice Maiden

The Jewish Maiden

The Jumper

The Last Dream of the Old Oak

The Last Pearl

Little Claus and Big Claus

The Little Elder-tree Mother

Little Ida's Flowers

The Little Match-seller

The Little Mermaid

Little Tiny or Thumbelina

Little Tuk

The Loveliest Rose in the World

The Mail-coach Passengers

The Marsh King's Daughter

The Metal Pig

The Money-box

What the Moon Saw

The Neighbouring Families

The Nightingale

There is no Doubt about it

In the Nursery

The Old Bachelor's Nightcap

The Old Church Bell

The Old Grave-stone

The Old House

What the Old Man Does is Always Right

The Old Street Lamp

Ole-Luk-Oie, the Dream God

Ole the Tower-keeper

Our Aunt

The Garden of Paradise

The Pea Blossom

The Pen and the Inkstand

The Philosopher's Stone

The Phoenix Bird

The Portuguese Duck

The Porter's Son

Poultry Meg's Family

The Princess and the Pea

Fiction & Literature
September 1
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