Hans Christian Andersen: The Story of His Life and Work 1805-75

By: Bredsporff, Elias

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London: Phaidon, 1975. 800 g; 376 pages, includes chapter notes, bibliography, index. The text is illustrated with contemporary drawings, silhouettes, caricatures, cartoons, facsimiles of pages, photographs etc. Previous owner's name stamp on front paste down. This book falls into two parts, a biography of Andersen ending with an attempt at a characterisation of his complex personality, and a discussion and critical appreciation of his fairy tales and stories, on which his claim to world fame are based. Andersen's novels, poems and other creative writing is are discussed in the chronological context of the biography proper.. First Edition. Dark Brown Cloth. Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Various. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Biography.

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