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(an'dĕr-sĕn),
Dorothy Hansine, U.S. pediatrician, 1901-1963. See: Andersen disease.
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Hans Christian Andersen was born in Denmark in 1805 and died in 1875.
The launch of the March of the Books on April 2 is intended to coincide with the international day of the children's book, which is also the birthday of Hans Christian Andersen.
To celebrate the Hans Christian Andersen bicentenary in 2005 a seminar
Hans Christian Andersen is a writer I revere, because his work was of that rare order that seems to transcend authorship.
They're getting in the mood by reading the works of Hans Christian Andersen.
1835: Hans Christian Andersen published his first book of fairy tales.
International Hans Christian Andersen Conference (4th: 2005: Odense, Denmark) Ed.
Every two years, the Hans Christian Andersen Award (nicknamed "The Little Nobel") is presented to one children's book author and one children's book illustrator by the International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY).
VIENNA A Hans Christian Andersen Foundation/Vereinigte Buehnen Wien/Theatre de la Ville, Paris/Ortiga Festival, Sicily/ Theatre National de Luxembourg production of a musical in one act with music and lyrics by Martyn Jacques.
Like his compatriot Hans Christian Andersen, August Bournonville was a master storyteller, using the language of mime and classical dance to tell tales of good triumphing over evil, and love, if not art, conquering all.
Upon reading Raphael Kadushin's excellent article on Hans Christian Andersen ["Andersen's FairyTales," May/June], I recalled an incident in the life of Alfred Kinsey as documented by his colleague Wardell Pomeroy.
Mette Norgaard's THE UGLY DUCKLING GOES TO WORK: WISDOM FOR THE WORKPLACE FROM THE CLASSIC TALES OF HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN (0814408710, $17.