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《安徒生童话》是一部以童话而名扬世界的文学著作,它是由丹麦知名诗人、童话作家安徒生历时近40年创作而成。“海的女儿”、“丑小鸭”、“皇帝的新装”、“拇指姑娘”和“卖火柴的小女孩”伴随了一代又一代人的美丽童年、少年直至成年。 《安徒生童话》问世一百多年来,至今被译成世界上140种文字,而其中英文译本更是不计其数。本书选用的美国翻译家赫尔舒特英文译本,被誉为“《安徒生童话》知名的英文译本之一”。 通过这套英文译本,读者朋友不仅可以欣赏优美动人的安徒生童话故事,更可以学到真诚、友爱与智慧! 愿这套书永远陪伴你,一起记录你的欢乐、你的悲伤、你的成长! 《安徒生童话》是一部以童话而名扬世界的文学著作,它是由丹麦知名诗人、童话作家安徒生历时近40年创作而成。“海的女儿”、“丑小鸭”、“皇帝的新装”、“拇指姑娘”和“卖火柴的小女孩”伴随了一代又一代人的美丽童年、少年直至成年。 《安徒生童话》问世一百多年来,至今被译成世界上140种文字,而其中英文译本更是不计其数。本书选用的美国翻译家赫尔舒特英文译本,被誉为“《安徒生童话》知名的英文译本之一”。 通过这套英文译本,读者朋友不仅可以欣赏优美动人的安徒生童话故事,更可以学到真诚、友爱与智慧! 愿这套书永远陪伴你,一起记录你的欢乐、你的悲伤、你的成长!
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    《安徒生童话全集(英文版 )》选用的美国翻译家赫尔舒特英文译本。 通过这套英文译本,读者朋友不仅可以欣赏优美动人的安徒生童话故事,更可以学到真诚、友爱与智慧! 愿《安徒生童话全集(英文版 )》永远陪伴你,一起记录你的欢乐、你的悲伤、你的成长!
【作者】
Jean Hersholt (1886-1956) was a Danish actor who emigrated tothe United States, making himself a career in Hollywood as from1913. He was an avid collector of Andersen editions, and amongother things he translated Hans Christian Andersen's fairy talesand stories in the excellent edition The Complete Andersen. By several people, Hersholt's Andersen-translation for theEnglish languaged world is rated as the standard translation, beingone of the best. Hersholt felt deeply connected to Andersen's world and hasapproached the matter rather originally. As appears from thebibliographies on the Hans Christian Andersen literature, Hersholtwrote several articles on Andersen and he also edited TheAndersen-Scudder-Letters in 1948. The Complete Andersen includes first prints (they had neverbeen printed in Danish, either) of no less than three fairy tales:Folks say .., The Poor Woman and the little Canary Bird, andUrbanus, the edition also includes The Pigs from the travel book InSweden, the whole Picture Book without Pictures, which is oftenplaced among the travel books, and the novel Lucky Peer which mayalso with all reason be called a fairy tale novel. Normally, LuckyPeer is ranged as a novel. The list of works translated by Hersholt includes the original156 printed in Andersens own time plus the fairy tales found in hispapes - and published after his death: The Court Cards, Croak!,Danish Popular Legends, God can never die, The Penman, TheTalisman, and This Fable is Intended for You.   
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The Tinder Box

Little Claus and Big Claus

The Princess on the Pea

Little Ida's Flowers

Thumbelina

The Naughty Boy

The Traveling Companion

The Little Mermaid

The Emperor's New Clothes

The Galoshes of Fortune

I.ABEGINNING

II.WHAT HAPPENED TO THE COUNCILOR OF JUSTICE

III.THE WATCHMAN'S ADVENTURE

IV.A GREAT MOMENT, AND A MOST EXTRAORDINARY JOURNEY

V.THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE COPYING CLERK

VI.THE BEST THAT THE GALOSHES BROUGHT

The Daisy

The Steadfast Tin Soldier

The Wild Swans

The Garden of Paradise

The Flying Trunk

The Metal Pig

The Bond of Friendship

Ole Lukoie

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

The Rose Elf

The Swineherd

The Angel

The Nightingale

The Sweethearts; or, The Top and the Ball

The Ugly Duckling

The Fir Tree

The Snow Queen

First Story Which Has to Do with a Mirror and its Fragments

Second Story A Little Boy and a Little Girl

Third Story The Flower Garden of the Woman Skilled in Magic

Fourth Story The Prince and the Princess

Fifth Story The Little Robber Girl

Sixth Story The Lapp Woman and the Finn Woman

Seventh Story What Happened in The Snow Queen' s Palace and What Came of it

The Elder-Tree Mother

The Darning Needle

The Bell

TheRedShoes

The Shepherdess and the Chimney-Sweep

The Little Match Girl

The Old Street Lamp

Little Tuck

The Shadow

The Old House

The Story of a Mother

A Story

There is a Difference

It's Quite True!

The Goblin and the Grocer

Under The Willow Tree

She Was Good for Nothing

Ib and Little Christine

Clumsy Hans

The Jewish Girl

The Stone of the Wise Man

The Nightcap of the“Pebersvend”

Something

The Marsh King's Daughter

The Wind Tells about Valdemar Daae and His Daughters

The Girl Who Trod on the Loaf

Anne Lisbeth

The Child in the Grave

A Story from the Sand Dunes

The Beetle

What the Old Man Does is Always Right

The Ice Maiden

Ⅰ.LITTLERUDY

Ⅱ.THEJOURNEYTOTHENEWHOME

Ⅲ.THE UNCLE

Ⅳ.BABETTE

Ⅴ.ON THE WAY HOME

Ⅵ.THE VISIT TO THE MILL

Ⅶ.THE EAGLE'S NEST

Ⅷ.WHAT NEWS THE PARLOR CAT HAD TO TELL

Ⅸ.THE ICE MAIDEN

Ⅹ.THE GODMOTHER

Ⅺ.THE COUSIN

Ⅻ.EVIL POWERS

XIII.AT THE MILLER'S HOUSE

XIV.VISIONSINTHENIGHT

XV.THE CONCLUSION

The Silver Shilling

The Bishop of Börglum and his Men

The Most Incredible Thing

The Flea and the Professor

What Old Johanne Told

The Cripple

The Talisman

The Gardener and the Noble Family

Lucky Peer

VI

VII

VIII

IX

XII

XIII

XIV

XV

XVI

XVII

XVIII

The Storks

A Rose from Homer's Grave

The Buckwheat

Grandmother

The World's Fairest Rose

The Elf Mound

The Jumpers

The Last Pearl

The Snow Man

The Butterfly

Chicken Grethe's Family

Holger Danske

A Picture from the Ramparts

A View from Vartou's Window

The Neighboring Families

The Drop of Water

The Happy Family

The Shirt Collar

The Flax

The Phoenix Bird

The Silent Book

The Old Tombstone

The Story of the Year

On Judgment Day

The Swan's Nest

A Good Humor

Heartache

Everything in its Proper Place

Thousands of Years from Now

Five Peas from a Pod

A Leaf from Heaven

Two Maidens

At the Uttermost Parts of the Sea

The Money Pig

The Thorny Road of Honor

The Bottle Neck

Picturebook Without Pictures

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

Twenty-first Evening

Twenty-second Evening

Twenty-third Evening

Twenty-fourth Evening

Twenty-fifth Evening

Twenty-sixth Evening

Twenty-seventh Evening

Twenty-eighth Evening

Twenty-ninth Evening

Thirtieth Evening

Thirty-first Evening

Thirty-second Evening

Thirty-third Evening

Soup on a Sausage Peg

I.SOUP FROM A SAUSAGE PEG

II.WHAT THE FIRST LITTLE MOUSE HAD SEEN AND HEARD ON HER TRAVELS

III.WHAT THE SECOND LITTLE MOUSE HAD TO TELL

IV.WHAT THE FOURTH MOUSE, WHO SPOKE BEFORE THE THIRD, HAD TO SAY

V.HOW THE SOUP WAS MADE

The Old Oak Tree' s Last Dream

The A-B-C Book

The Racers

The Bell Deep

The Wicked Prince

Ole, the Tower Keeper

FIRST VISIT

SECOND VISIT

Children's Prattle

A String of Pearls

Pen and Inkstand

The Farmyard Cock and the W eathercock

“Beautiful”

The Puppet-show Man

Two Brothers

The Old Church Bell

Twelve by the Mail

In the Duck Yard

The New Century's Goddess

The Psyche

The Snail and the Rosebush

The W ill-o' -the-Wisps Are in Town

The Windmill

In the Children's Room

Golden Treasure

The Storm Shifts the Signboards

The Teapot

The Bird of Folklore

The Little Green Ones

The Goblin and the Woman

Peiter, Peter, and Peer

Kept Secret but not Forgotten

The Porter's Son

Moving Day

The Snowdrop

Aunty

The Toad

Godfather's Picture Book

The Rags

Vänöand Glänö

Which Was the Happiest?

The Dryad

What Happened to the Thistle

What One Can Invent

Luck May Lie in a Pin

The Comet

The Days of the Week

Sunshine Stories

Great-Grandfather

The Candles

What the Whole Family Said

Dance, Dance, Doll of Mine!

The Great Sea Serpent

The Gate Key

Aunty Toothache

God Can Never Die

This Fable is Intended for You

Croak!

The Penman

The Court Cards

The Poor Woman and the Little Canary Bird

Urbanus

Danish Popular Legends

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II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

Folks Say

The Pigs

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