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Hans Christian Andersen: The Complete Fairy Tales and Stories (Anchor Folktale Library)

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5 years, 2 months ago at Apr 4 0:16
If you want to read the real stories that inspired the lion's share of Disney films, definitely read Mr. Andersen's collection of fairy tales. Do not expect happy endings however - leave those to Walt&Co. Instead imagine families trying to scare their kids into behaving in order to survive the many dangers in this world - represented fantastically by witches and wolves and other beasties and meani... read more
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Manufacturer: Anchor
Release date: 9 September 1983
ISBN-10 : 0385189516 | ISBN-13: 9780385189514
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World's Best Known Books and Stories (476 books items)

"Publisher: C. A. Reitzel Published: May 8,1835 โ€“ April 7, 1837 Number of pages: 806 pages โ€œNow he is certainly sailing above, he on whom my wishes hang, and in whose hand I should like to lay my life's happiness. I will dare everything to win him and an immortal soul.โ€ "


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gypsyflair posted a review 5 years, 2 months ago

“If you want to read the real stories that inspired the lion's share of Disney films, definitely read Mr. Andersen's collection of fairy tales. Do not expect happy endings however - leave those to Walt&Co. Instead imagine families trying to scare their kids into behaving in order to survive the many dangers in this world - represented fantastically by witches and wolves and other beasties and meanies. A wonderful collection!” read more