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'''हंसहैंस क्रिश्चियन एंडर्सन''' ({{lang-da|Hans Christian Andersen)}}; (०२ अप्रैल, १८०५ - ४ अगस्त, १८७५) [[डेनमार्क]] के एक प्रसिद्ध लेखक एवं कवि थे। वे बच्चों की कहानियों के लिये प्रसिद्ध हैं। अपने जीवन में विश्व भर के बच्चों का मनोरंजन करने के लिये वे प्रसिद्ध थे। उनकी कविताएँ एवं कहानियाँ विश्व की १५० से अधिक भाषाओं में अनुदित हुई हैं। इनकी कृतियों को लेकर [[चलचित्र]], [[नाटक]], एवं एनिमेटेड फिल्में बनी हैं।
 
== जीवनी ==
इनकी मुख्य कृतियाँ निम्नलिखित हैं : "फ़ॉडराइज़" (1829), "रैंबल्स" (1831); "दि इंप्रोवाइज़ेर" (1835); "फ़ेयरी टेल्स" (1835-37, 1845, 1847-48, 1852-62, 1871-72); "ए पिक्चर बुक विदाउट पिक्चर्स" (1840); "ए पोएट्स बज़ार" (1847); "द दू बैरोनेसेज़" (1847); "इन स्वीडेन" (1849); "आत्मकथा", "टु बी और नॉट टुबी" (1857) और "इन स्पेन" (1863)। (स्कं.गु.)
 
* ''द स्टीडफास्ट टिन सोल्जर (The Steadfast Tin Soldier)''
* द्''द स्नो क्वीन (The Snow Queen)''
* ''द लिटिल मर्मेड (The Little Mermaid)''
* ''थम्बलिना (Thumbelina)''
* ''द लिटिल मैच गर्ल (The Little Match Girl)''
* ''दि अग्ली डक्लिंग (The Ugly Duckling).''
 
== बाहरी कड़ियाँ ==
* [http://www.hcandersen-homepage.dk/ Hans Christian Andersen Information] (mainly in Danish) contains information about his life, childhood home, Hans Christian Andersen House and museum, fairy tales and stories, literary activities, drawings, papercuts and picture pages.
* [http://www.hcandersen-homepage.dk/?page_id=14071 Hans Christian Andersen biography]
* [http://fairytalearchive.com/ The Fairy Tale Archive] A large collection of fairy tales as text, downloadable books and audiobooks
* [http://www.teatrandersena.pl The Hans Christian Andersen Theatre] In the city of [[Lublin]], [[Poland]] is the Puppet & Actor Theatre of Hans Christian Andersen
* [http://www.andersen.sdu.dk/index_e.html The Hans Christian Andersen Center] - contains many Andersen's stories in Danish and English
* [http://www.museum.odense.dk/H_C_Andersen.aspx?lang=en The Hans Christian Andersen Museum] in Odense has a large digital collection of Hans Christian Andersen [http://www.museum.odense.dk/andersen/klip/billedstart.asp?sprog=engelsk papercuts], [http://www.museum.odense.dk/andersen/tegning/billedstart.asp?sprog=engelsk drawings] and [http://www.museum.odense.dk/andersen/portraet/billedstart.asp?sprog=engelsk portraits] - Also you can follow his [http://www.museum.odense.dk/andersen/rejser/index.aspx?lang=uk travels] across Europe and explore his [http://www.museum.odense.dk/andersen/nyhavn/nyhavnuk.asp Nyhavn study].
* [http://librivox.org/andersens-fairy-tales-by-hc-andersen/ ''Andersen's Fairy Tales''] public domain audio book at [[LibriVox]]
* [http://www.tititudorancea.com/z/hans_christian_andersen_tales.htm ''Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales'']
* The [http://www.omsd.dk/themes/hc_andersen_uk/uk_hc_andersen_main_frame.htm Orders and Medals Society of Denmark] has descriptions of Hans Christian Andersen's Medals and Decorations.
* [http://www.nytimes.com/2005/04/04/arts/04hans.html And the cobbler's son became a princely author] Details of Andersen's life and the celebrations.
* [http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=creator%3AHans%20Christian%20Andersen%20-contributor%3Agutenberg%20AND%20mediatype%3Atexts Works by Hans Christian Andersen] at [[Internet Archive]]. Scanned, color illustrated first editions.
* [http://www.hcandersen-homepage.dk/ Hans Christian Andersen Information] (mainly in Danish) contains information about his life, childhood home, Hans Christian Andersen House and museum, fairy tales and stories, literary activities, drawings, papercuts and picture pages.
* [http://www.park-funabashi.or.jp/and/ Funabashi H. C. Andersen Park] (in [[Japanese language|Japanese]]) Main Article : [[H. C. Andersen Park]] (<span lang="ja>[[:ja:アンデルセン公園|アンデルセン公園]]</span>)
* [http://www.bagge.dk/english/index.htm Hans Christian Andersen paintings by artist Erik Bagge] Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales seen with the eyes and pencil of the Danish artist Erik Bagge.
* [http://www.snowqueen.us/slideshow.html Hans Christian Andersen paintings by artist Vladyslav Yerko] Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale with visions by the Ukrainian artist Vladyslav Yerko.
* [http://rakontoj.googlepages.com/index.html The Tales of Hans Christian Andersen: A metasite about the fairy tales and other literary works] (Includes translations into many different languages)
* [http://www.tonightsbedtimestory.com/category/hans-christian-andersen/ Various stories by Hans Christian Andersen (full text)]
* [http://www.slapastory.com/user/profile/username/Hans+Christian+Anderson Short Stories by Hans Christian Anderson]
* [http://www.striking12.com/ Information about the musical "Striking Twelve" based on the "Little Match Girl".]
* [http://www.andersenfairytales.com/ Collection of Andersen Fairy Tales]
* [http://www.iconsofeurope.com/operamuseum2008.htm ''Chopin and The Nightingale''] is a dramatic reading with music in six acts, written by Cecilia and Jens Jorgensen of Icons of Europe for narrator, two sopranos and piano. It enacts the true-life romance of [[Chopin]] and [[Jenny Lind]], which happens to resemble [[The Nightingale]] story of Hans Christian Andersen. When Chopin dies of [[tuberculosis]] in the arms of Jenny Lind, she decides to devote the rest of her life to paying tribute to his music. "Good Morning!", says the emperor / composer the next day. Performed - to celebrate the new Europe and [[World Tuberculosis Day]] - at Brussels (2003), Warsaw (2004), Toronto (2005) and New York State (2008).
* [http://www.iconsofeurope.com/toronto.hca.essay.htm "Did the emperor suffer from tuberculosis?"], essay of March 17, 2005 researched and written by Cecilia Jorgensen for [[World Tuberculosis Day]].
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