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Hans Christian Andersen. Between Children’s Literature and Adult Literature. Papers from the Fourth International Hans Christian Andersen Conference 1 to 5 August 2005.

Mylius, Johan de, Aage Jřrgensen & Viggo Hjřrnager Pedersen (red.), Hans Christian Andersen. Between Children's Literature and Adult Literature. Papers from the Fourth International Hans Christian Andersen Conference 1 to 5 August 2005. Issued by The Hans Christian Andersen Center, University of Southern Denmark, Odense. 2007. 639 s.
(Indhold: [Plenary Lectures:] Carola Scanavino, "Caught Between Heaven and Hell. The Two Faces of Hans Christian Andersen", s. 13-22; Erik M. Christensen, "The Queen and I", s. 23-36; Hans Kuhn, "Andersen's Poems for and about Children", s. 37-51; Johan de Mylius, "Death and The Child", s. 52-70; Kirsten Malmkjćr, "The Language that Stayed at Home. Hans Christian Andersen's Ways with Words", s. 71-87; Marianne Stecher-Hansen, "Romantic and Modern Metatexts. Commemorating Andersen and the Self-Referential Text", s. 88-100; Maria-Sabina Draga Alexandru, "'Out of a Swan's Egg'. Metamorphosis in Hans Christian Andersen's Tales and in 'The Fairy Tale of My Life'", s. 101-18; Andrey Korovin, "Chronotope of Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales and Stories", s. 119-30; Martin Lotz, "The Shepherdess and the Chimney Sweep", s. 131-48. [Culture, Travels and Biography:] Hans Christian Andersen, "Hans Christian Andersen Tourist? An Investigation of Etymology, Social History and Ideology", s. 149-65; Annelies van Hees, "Hans Christian Andersen Was No Hypochondriac, He Was Ill", s. 166-73; Nina Hintz, "Hans Christian Andersen's View of the Orient and His Dealing with Otherness", s. 174-88; Lars Bo Jensen, "Children and Moods in Hans Christian Andersen's Travel Books", s. 189-98; Aage Jřrgensen, "Hans Christian Andersen between Rootedness and Modernity, with Special Reference to His Fairy Tale 'The Dryad'", s. 199-215; Lone Funch Kofoed, "Shadow Pictures – Truth or Tale", s. 216-24. [Medias and Reception:] Zbigniew Baran, "Encyclopaedic 'Portraits' of Hans Christian Andersen in Contemporary Polish Encyclopaedias and Lexicons", s. 225-36; Silvestras Gaiziűnas, "The Motif of Mermaid in Baltic Literatures (Karlis Skalbe, Maironis, Leons Briedis, Aspazija, Kazys Puida, Violeta Palcinskaité)", s. 237-43; Elizaveta Isaeva, "Hans Christian Andersen and Evgeny Shwartz — Means of Reinterpretation", s. 244-49; Rossitsa Minovska-Devedzhieva, "Hans Christian Andersen in Puppet Theatre", s. 250-62; Elisabeth Oxfeldt, "Life and Death in 'The Little Mermaid'. Three Contemporary Adaptations of Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tale", s. 263-74; Jacqueline Reid-Walsh, "'Everything in the Picture Book Was Alive'. Hans Christian Andersen's Strategy of Textual Animation in His Fairy Tales and the Interactive Child Reader", s. 275-89. [Translation:] Arűnas Bliűdzius, "Translations of Hans Christian Andersen in Latvian and Lithuanian (1990-2005)", s. 290-96; Lise Bostrup, "Like Roses to a Cow? Hans Christian Andersen in English Translations", s. 297-325; Anca Dumitrescu, "Hans Christian Andersen and His First Romanian Translators", s. 326-31; Ivo Holmqvist, "'Prenez garde aux enfants!' Swedish Versions and Varieties of Hans Christian Andersen's Eventyr", s. 332-42; Silvana Orel-Kos, "The Identity and Integrity of the Slovene Andersen in the Post-WW2 Period. Translation as the Right of Passage", s. 343-59; Mare Müürsepp, "Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales for Estonian Readers", s. 360-68; Yoichi Nagashima, "For Adults Only", s. 369-73; Viggo Hjřrnager Pedersen, "'Out in The World, Thoughts Come'", s. 374-88; Boris Zharov, "Dynamism in Perception of Hans Christian Andersen in Saint Petersburg, one of the most Andersenous Cities of the World", s. 389-97; Anette Řster, "Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales – Children's Literature?" s. 398-408. [Children's Aspects:] Mogens Davidsen, "Childishness as Poetic Strategy", s. 409-25; Asta Ivanauskaité-Gustaitiene, "Father's Fault Concerning His Daughter", s. 426-42; Inger Lise Jensen, "Dream and Reality. 'The Little Match Girl' Seen in a Socio-psychological Perspective", s. 443-59; Eric J. Jones, "Hans Christian Andersen's Flair to Communicate Basic Social Skills Naturally and Imperceptibly to National and International Readers", s. 460-65; Tom Lundskćr-Nielsen, "Language for Children? An Examination of the Language and Intended Readership of the Fairy Tales", s. 466-77; James Massengale, "About Little Gerda, and Her 'Moratoria'", s. 478-504; Vincent Mhlakaza, "Hans Christian Andersen's Stories. The Southern Africa Perspective", s. 505-15; Ivy York Möller-Christensen, "Hans Christian Andersen – a Young Poet? Considerations about a Textbook", s. 516-21; Inger M. Olsen, "Strong Minded and Strong Willed Girls in Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales Found in 'The Snow Queen' (1844); 'The Little Match Girl' (1845); 'Clod Hans' (1855) and 'The Swamp King's Daughter' (1858)", s. 522-27; Inge Lise Rasmussen, "'The Snow Queen' by Hans Christian Andersen. 'Weltanschauung' and the Imaginative Mind", s. 528-37; Torben Weinreich, "Hans Christian Andersen – Writing for Children?" s. 538-46. [Aesthetics, Text, Analysis and Ideas:] Ejnar Stig Askgaard, "'Look! Now we'll begin. When we have got to the end of the story we shall know more than we do now'", s. 547-69; Vera Gancheva, "The Toll of Andersen's Bell. From Neo-Platonism to New Age – Ways of Understanding and Interpreting the Great Writer's Spirituality", s. 570-84; Ib Johansen, "Trivializing Trauma(s). Carnivalesque-grotesque Elements in Hans Christian Andersen's 'The Happy Family' (1847, 1848), 'Heartache' (1852), and 'The Goblin and the Grocer' (1852)", s. 585-98; Paul A. Bauer & Lone Koldtoft, "The Bed of Procrustes. An Analysis of Hans Christian Andersen's 'The Fir Tree'", s. 599-609; Cynthia Mikkelsen, "Approaching Fear in Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales Through Sigmund Freud, Julia Kristeva and Melanie Klein", s. 610-24; Leander Petzoldt, "The Soul of Things. Literary Forms and Popular Motifs in the Tales of Hans Christian Andersen", s. 625-31; Margarita Slavova, "'Now Then! We Will Begin …'. Communicative Strategies in Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales", s. 632-39.)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH)

Udgivet 2007
Sprog: engelsk
Genre: Afhandlinger, artikler, breve etc.
Kilde: H.C. Andersen-Centrets bibliografiske optegnelser
ISBN: 978 87 7674 256 0   Bibliografi-ID: 12336
[Informationer opdateret d. 13.8.2013]