Fra bibliografierne

Hans Christian Andersen

Bloom, Harold(red.), Hans Christian Andersen . Chelsea House, Philadelphia 2005. xvi, 252 pp. (Bloom's Modern Critical Views.) (Indhold: "Introduction", pp. ix-xv; Elias Bredsdorff, "'Introduction'to Hans Christian Andersen: 'Eighteen Fairy Tales'", pp. 1-6 [1982]; Wolfgang Lederer, "The Fairy Tale of Andersen's Life", pp. 7-26 [1986]; id., "Andersen's Literary Work", pp. 27-32 [1986]; Celia Catlett Anderson, "Andersen's Heroes and Heroines. Relinquishing the Reward", pp. 33-37 [1986]; Jon Cech, "Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales and Stories. Secrets, Swans and Shadows", pp. 39-49 [1985]; Karin Sanders, "Nemesis of Mimesis. The Problem of Representation in H. C. Andersen's 'Psychen'", pp. 51-74 [1992]; Hans Christian Andersen, "Hans Christian Andersen. The Journey of His Life", pp. 75-91 [1994]; Alison Prince, "War", pp. 93-113 [1998]; Niels Kofoed, "Hans Christian Andersen and the European Literary Tradition", pp. 115-74 [1996]; Aage Jrgensen, "Heroes in Hans Christian Andersen's Writings", pp. 175-88 [1999]; Jackie Wullschlager, "Kiss of the Muse: 1860-1865", pp. 189-213 [2000]; Jrgen Dines Johansen, "Counteracting the Fall. 'Sneedronningen' and 'Iisjomfruen': The Problem of Adult Sexuality in Fairytale and Story", pp. 215-25 [2002].)