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Hans Christian Andersen. A Poet in Time. Papers from the Second International Hans Christian Andersen Conference 29 July to 2 August 1996

Mylius, Johan de, Aage Jrgensen & Viggo Hjrnager Pedersen (red.), Hans Christian Andersen. A Poet in Time. Papers from the Second International Hans Christian Andersen Conference 29 July to 2 August 1996 . Issued by The Hans Christian Andersen Center, Odense University. Odense University Press, Odense 1999. 576 pp. Indhold: [Plenary lectures.] Elias Bredsdorff, "Intentional and Non-Intentional Topicalities in Andersen's Tales", pp. 11-37; Erik Dal, "Our Own Twenty Plus Fifteen Favourite Tales", pp. 39-50; Heinrich Detering, "The Phoenix Principle. Some Remarks on H. C. Andersen's Poetological Writings", pp. 51-65; Annelies van Hees, "Stylistics and Poetics in Some Andersen Tales", pp. 67-86; Poul Houe, "Andersen in Time and Place Time and Place in Andersen", pp. 87-107; Johan de Mylius, "Hans Christian Andersen on the Wave of Liberalism", pp. 109-24. [Biography, Affinities and Influences.] Jacob Bggild, "Pontoppidan's 'Rewritings'of H. C. Andersen", pp. 125-35; Erik M. Christensen, "Hans Christian Andersen as a Religious Fastboiler in Per Olov Enquist", pp. 137-48; Anca Dumitrescu, "H. C. Andersen and Ion Creang_ Two National Story-Tellers", pp. 149-52; Silvestras Gaiinas, "The Ideas and Ideals of H. C. Andersen in the Baltic Literatures", pp. 153-61; Kristi Planck Johnson, "H. C. Andersen's Educational Roots Through His Own Eyes", pp. 163-71; Annette Madsen, "Count Lucanor by Don Juan Manual as Inspiration for Hans Christian Andersen and Other European Writers", pp. 173-76; Ivy York Mller-Christensen, "My Dearly Beloved Grand Duke", pp. 177-87; Niels Oxenvad, "Henrik Hertz and Hans Christian Andersen", pp. 189-98; Gisela Perlet, "Hans Christian Andersen and Switzerland", pp. 199-204. [Cultural History and Reception.] Hans Chr. Andersen, "The Author at the Museum", pp. 205-34; Ljudmila Braude, "Hans Christian Andersen's Writer's Manifesto 'In Sweden'- Andersen and Science", pp. 235-40; Trevor G. Elkington, "Holger Danske as Literary Danish Identity in the Work of H. C. Andersen and B. S. Ingemann", pp. 241-53; Jordanka Fakirska, "Andersen, Moral Values and the Children's Ideas for Good", pp. 255-58; W. Glyn Jones, "Andersen and Those of Other Faiths", pp. 259-70; Aage Jrgensen, "Heroes in Hans Christian Andersen's Writings", pp. 271-87; Inge Kleivan, "Arctic Elements in the Writings of Hans Christian Andersen", pp. 289-300; Inge Lise Rasmussen, "H. C. Andersen Watching Art", pp. 301-09; Elena Roussinova, "Andersen in Bulgarian Pre-School Education Strategies", pp. 311-16; Baiba Tormane, "What Latvian Children Like in H. C. Andersen's Fairy-Tales", pp. 317-22. [Language, Style, Translation.] Arnas Blidius, "The Translations of H. C. Andersen into Latvian and Lithuanian Languages (Comparative Aspects)", pp. 323-33; Hans Gtzsche, "H. C. Andersen's Style as Features of Variation, Complexity and Contextual Stylistic Regularity. A Preliminary Approach", pp. 335-52; Hans Holmberg, "On 'The Emperor's New Clothes'", pp. 353-58; Eric Jones, "The Language H. C. Andersen Used in His Early Fairy Tales, Projected Aspects of Culture, Drama, Imaginative Pictures", pp. 359-63; Edith Koenders, "A Selection of H. C. Andersen's Letters and Diaries in a Dutch Edition", pp. 365-74; Keisuke Masuda, "Cultural Differences and Japanese Translations of 'Keiserens nye Klder'", pp. 375-82; Manfred Menzel, "Elements of Orality in the Fairy Tales of H. C. Andersen", pp. 383-95; Yoichi Nagashima, "Hans Christian Andersen Remade in Japan: Mori Ogai's Translation of 'Improvisatoren'", pp. 397-406; Viggo Hjrnager Pedersen, "H. C. Andersen's Fairy Tales in Translation: Prepositions and 'Small Words'", pp. 407-20. [Genre, Poetics, Art.] Mogens Davidsen, "Hans Christian Andersen and the Image", pp. 421-35; Maria-Sabina Draga-Alexandru, "Contrastive Values in Hans Christian Andersen's Fantastic Stories", pp. 437-49; Niels Ingwersen, "'I Do Not Understand Anything,' Andersen Said", pp. 451-59; Niels Kofoed, "The Arabesque and the Grotesque Hans Christian Andersen Decomposing the World of Poetry"pp. 461-69; Hans Kuhn, "'En Landsbyhistorie'- Andersen's Forgotten Success Play", pp. 471-84; Erik Svendsen, "Hans Christian Andersen An Untimely Journalist", pp. 485-99. [Interpretation, Analysis, Text.] Lise Prstgaard Andersen, "The Feminine Element And a Little About the Masculine Element in H. C. Andersen's Fairy Tales", pp. 501-14; Finn Barlby, "The Euphoria of the Text on the Market, on Man, and on Melody, i.e.: Poetry", pp. 515-25; Frank Hugus, "The Ironic Inevitability of Death - Hans Christian Andersen's 'Lykke-Peer'", pp. 527-40; Ib Johansen, "The Demons of the Text", pp. 541-53; James Massengale, "The Miracle and A Miracle in the Life of a Mermaid", pp. 555-76. Aage Jrgensens bidrag optrykt i: Harold Bloom (red.), Hans Christian Andersen , 2005 (cf. 11054 ). - Poul Houes bidrag optrykt i nr. 11918 .

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