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H.C. Andersen

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Transcript of H.C. Andersen

DID HANS
LET IT GO?
Hans Christian Anderson wrote many famous stories including, but not limited to, The Snow Queen, The Little Mermaid, and The Little Match Girl, all of which have been made into motion pictures
THE SNOW QUEEN CONTINUED
H.C. ANDERSEN'S LIFE
Image by Tom Mooring
THE SNOW QUEEN
THE LITTLE MERMAID CONTINUED
When it was the youngest's turn she saw a prince on a ship celebrating. The ship sank, but she rescued him and returned to sea before anyone could catch a glimpse of her. Afterward she yearns to become human and win his love, so she went to the sea witch for help and the witch gave her a potion.
Hans wrote 168 stories but only a certain number became movies, not including Little Clause and Big Clause, There's No Doubt About It, The Girl Who Trod On The Loaf and This Fable is Meant for You.
RANDOM FACTS
THE LITTLE MERMAID
IF YOU WANT TO COMPLAIN ABOUT THE MUSIC, JUST KNOW IT WAS BETWEEN THIS AND LET IT GO

PICK YOUR BATTLES WISELY
THE END
H.C. Andersen died on August 4, 1875
"I only appear to be dead"
-Hans Christian Andersen

CREDITS
www.biography.com/people/hans-christian-andersen-9184146#death
WHICH ONES DID NOT GET RUIED BY

HOLLYWOOD?
H.C. Andersen was Danish, but he could not write properly in danish so it was written as it was spoken

His love life, or lack of one, influenced most of his stories

the movie Hans Christian Andersen is a fairy tale about him and is not a true life documentary

He knew Charles Dickens and may have influenced some of his writings
HOW HE IS REMEMBERED :
his stories
a plaque at his old house at 67 Nyhavn, Copenhagen
a statue in Rosenborg Castle Gardens
THE LITTLE MERMAID CONTINUED II
The potion rids her of her tail but her legs are painful walk on, for she does not have a human soul, she traded her voice for the potion. She, however, must win his love or she will die.
THE LITTLE MERMAID CONTINUED III
when she arrives to the prince's castle he befriends her but marries someone else and the little mermaid dies. But after 300 years of doing good deeds for humans she can finally rest in peace. THE END
The mer-king, who is a widower, has six daughters. the youngest is described as being the most beautiful, but she has a quiet nature. On their 15th birthday the mermaids get to go up to the surface and get a glimpse of the shore.
http://entertainmentguide.local.com/summary-the-little-mermaid-hans-christian-andersen-8825.html
There's this evil mirror and if you get stabbed with it you turn evil.
Gerda's best friend Kay gets stabbed with a shard and turns "cold as ice". Then, he gets kidnapped by the Snow Queen. Gerda is the purest of heart and goes after her friend.
Gerda can speak to nature (plants and animals), but they were unhelpful with their riddles and plain "I don't know"s so she goes by herself .
THE SNOW QUEEN IV
Finally Gerda meats a raven that tells her Kay was at the palace. When she arrived he was nowhere to be found but the prince and princess took pity upon her and gave her a carriage to aid her quest. The carriage was robbed, but she made a friend, the daughter of the robbers who almost killed her.
Her friend gave her a reindeer and the girl's pigeons told Gerda that Kay was with the Snow Queen. After trips to two old ladies' houses she finally reaches the Snow Queens castle. Kay is still evil causing Gerda to cry, and her tears melt his icy heart. And they lived Happily Ever After
THE SNOW QUEEN CONTINUED V
He was born in Odense, Denmark, on April 2, 1805. His father died when he was nine years old. They were a poor family but Hans still was educated in the school for the privileged. When he was twelve he traveled to Copenhagen to work as an actor. His supporter was a patron Jonas Collin who urged him to write even though his teachers discouraged him from doing so.

ANDERSEN'S LIFE II
http://www.biography.com/people/hans-christian-andersen-9184146#early-life
in 1835 he started producing fairy tales, he did not at first produce them for children. in 1845 his works started to become famous and starting to be translated into foreign languages. in 1872 he started to show signs of the liver cancer that would take his life.
http://www.quirkbooks.com//post/5-hans-christian-andersen-tales-deserve-disney-movie-adaptations
holidays-family-time.knoji.com/10-facts-about-fairy-tail-writer-hans-hristian-andresen-for-international-childrens=book-day/
www.softschools.m/facts/authors/hans-christian-andersen-facts/1417
www.oodreads.com/author/quotes/6378.Hans_Christian_Andersen
http://www.buzzle.com/articles/hans-christian-andersen-quotes.html
She comes across a woman with a magnificent flower garden, but this woman is crazy so she casts spells to keep Gerda from leaving. The flowers tell her Kay is alive so Gerda finds a way to escape.
THE SNOW QUEEN III
Kay does not reside with us in the ground
OMG!!!
To translate: hes not dead
All Alone
*sniff
*bye
How do you drive this thing?
hello
*ow
so painful
*falls
- Hans Christian Andersen's response to his mother after she asked him what he planned to do in Copenhagen


"I'll become famous! First you suffer cruelly, and then you become famous."
http://www.notablebiographies.com/A-An/Andersen-Hans-Christian.html
http://www.online-literature.com/hans_christian_andersen/
http://hca.gilead.org.il/snow_que.html
"The Most Wonderful Fairy Tale Is Life Itself"
-Hans Christian Andersen

http://www.best-childrens-books.com/snow-queen-fairy-tale.html
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