Feast, festival, life, death, spring
Description of this motif: The Jewish Easter, pesach, is celebrated in memory of the exodus. Easter is also rooted in a traditional spring feast, celebrating the barley harvest and the cattle. In Christianity Easter ia a feast in the memory of Jesus' death and resurrection, which took place during the Easter feast in Jerusalem according to the gospels. (Gads Religionsleksikon, 1999)
The tales are sorted by year. The leading numbers refer to the number of occurrences of the motif in the respective texts.
- 1 The Bond of Friendship (1842)
- 2 The Wind Tells about Valdemar Daae and His Daughters (1859)
- 1 The Porter's Son (1866)
- 1 What One Can Invent (1869)