Hans Christian Andersen

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Hans Christian Andersen was a notable Danish children's author. - AsNotedIn


Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1805/04/02 Hans Christian Andersen is born in Odense, maybe in the home of his mother's relatives Born Hans Christian Andersen Museum Odense Hans Christian Andersen's Birthday
1819/00/00 Anderson family moves to Klingenberg no 646, a small rental house shared by 3 families (12 persons), home from 1807 till spring 1819 Home H C Andersens Barndomshjem Odense
1825/12/19 Peter F Wulff (director of the Naval Academy, residence at Amalienborg Palace, Frederik VIII's wing) gives HCA 3 volumes of Shakespeare as a Christmas present Visitor Amalienborg Palace Copenhagen
1833/12/24 C A Jensen, Thorvaldsen and H C Andersen celebrate Christmass Eve in the garden of Villa Borghese, near the amphitheatre Visitor Galleria Borghese Rome
1834/09/00 Hans C Andersen moves to Nyhavn 280 (now No 20) on the Charlottenborg side, he will stay until 1838. Home Nyhavn Copenhagen
1835/05/00 "Fairy Tales Told for Children" is published in three installments by C A Reitzel in Copenhagen, Denmark, between May 1835 and April 1837. Author Fairy Tales Told for Children
1835/05/08 "The Princess on the Pea" is published in the first instalment of "Fairy Tales Told for Children". Author The Princess on the Pea (short story)
1835/12/16 "Thumbelina" is published in the second instalment of "Fairy Tales Told for Children". Author Thumbelina (short story)
1837/04/07 "The Emperor's New Clothes" is published with "The Little Mermaid" in the 3rd installment of "Fairy Tales Told for Children" in Copenhagen, by C A Reitzel. Author The Emperor's New Clothes
1837/04/07 "The Little Mermaid" is published with "The Emperor's New Clothes" in the 3rd installment of "Fairy Tales Told for Children" by C A Reitzel, Copenhagen. Author The Little Mermaid
1838/10/02 "The Steadfast Tin Soldier" is published. Author The Steadfast Tin Soldier (short story)
1843/11/11 "The Ugly Duckling" is published in "New Fairy Tales". Author The Ugly Duckling
1844/03/24 Bertel Thorvaldsen and Hans C Andersen dine at Henrik Stampe's Visitor The Death of Thorvaldsen
1844/03/26 Hans Christian Andersen writes a song for Thorvaldsen's funeral Author The Death of Thorvaldsen
1844/03/30 Funeral of Bertel Thorvaldsen is held at Vor Frue Kirke. Mourner Church of Our Lady Copenhagen The Death of Thorvaldsen
1844/12/21 "The Fir-Tree" and "The Snow Queen" are published together in Copenhagen, Denmark, by C A Reitzel. Author The Fir-Tree (short story)
1845/12/00 "Den Lille Pige med Svovlstikkerne" (English: The little girl with the matchsticks) is published in Dansk Folkekalender for 1846. Author The Little Match Girl (short story)
1848/10/01 Hans C Andersen boards with innkeeper and ship's captain Johannes Anholm, in Nyhavn (present no 67, 3 rooms, 2nd floor). HCA stays until 13 September 1865. Home Nyhavn Copenhagen
1857/07/00 Hans Christian Andersen visits Dickens at Gads Hill Place, invited for two weeks, Anderson left after five. Dickens wrote on the mirror in the guestroom: "Hans Andersen slept in this room for five weeks - which seemed to the family AGES!" Guest Gadshill Place Higham
1858/00/00 "The Last Dream of Old Oak" is published. Author The Last Dream of Old Oak (short story)
1871/10/23 Andersen moves into Miss Hallager's hotel at Nyhavn 18, takes two rooms and an anteroom on the 1st floor, staying till 12 April 1873 Home Nyhavn Copenhagen
1873/04/11 On the ground floor at Amalienborg, the king, the queen, the crown prince and his wife,their two little children, as well as Princess Thyra and Prince Valdemar visit with HCA. The king gives HCA his own royal travel bag as a present. Visitor Amalienborg Palace Copenhagen Hans Christian Andersen's Birthday
1873/09/09 H C Andersen moves back to Nyhavn 18 (run by Misses Clara and Caroline Ballin), Mr Andersen falls ill. 12 June, the Melchior family takes HCA to their home (Rolighed, Copenhagen, razed 1898) to nurse him. Home Nyhavn Copenhagen
1875/08/04 Hans Christian Andersen dies at the home of the Melchior family (Rolighed, Copenhagen, razed 1898). Died
1875/08/11 Obsequies of Hans C Andersen are held in the Frau-Kirehe in Copenhagen. The ceremonies are touching and impressive. The King, the royal family and chief officers of the Government, assist. In this city business is suspended and flags placed at half mast. Memoriam Church of Our Lady Copenhagen
1875/08/11 Hans Christian Andersen is buried at Assistens Cemetery in Copenhagen, Denmark. Memoriam Assistens Cemetery Copenhagen

201 Creative Works by Hans Christian Andersen »

Title Type Association Y/M/D Moniker
Title Type Association Y/M/D Moniker
Fairy Tales Told for Children Author Short Story Collection 1835/05/00
The Princess on the Pea (short story) Author Short Story 1835/05/08
Little Ida's Flowers (short story) Author Short Story 1835/05/08
The Tinder Box (short story) Author Short Story 1835/05/08
Little Claus and Big Claus (short story) Author Short Story 1835/05/08
Thumbelina (short story) Author Short Story 1835/12/16
The Naughty Boy (short story) Author Short Story 1835/12/16
The Traveling Companion (short story) Author Short Story 1835/12/16
This Fable is Intended for You (short story) Author Short Story 1836/10/28
The Talisman (short story) Author Short Story 1836/11/04
God Can Never Die (short story) Author Short Story 1836/11/18
The Emperor's New Clothes Author Short Story 1837/04/07
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The Little Mermaid Author Fairy Tale 1837/04/07
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The Galoshes of Fortune (short story) Author Short Story 1838/05/19
The Wild Swans (short story) Author Short Story 1838/10/02
The Daisy (short story) Author Short Story 1838/10/02
The Steadfast Tin Soldier (short story) Author Short Story 1838/10/02
The Rose Elf (short story) Author Short Story 1839/05/19
The Garden of Paradise (short story) Author Short Story 1839/10/19
The Flying Trunk (short story) Author Short Story 1839/10/19
The Storks (short story) Author Short Story 1839/10/19
Seventeenth Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1839/12/20
First Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1839/12/20
Twelfth Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1839/12/20
Seventh Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1839/12/20
Eighteenth Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1839/12/20
Second Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1839/12/20
Thirteenth Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1839/12/20
Eighth Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1839/12/20
Nineteenth Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1839/12/20
Third Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1839/12/20
Fourteenth Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1839/12/20
Ninth Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1839/12/20
Twentieth Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1839/12/20
Fourth Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1839/12/20
Fifteenth Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1839/12/20
Tenth Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1839/12/20
Fifth Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1839/12/20
Sixteenth Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1839/12/20
Eleventh Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1839/12/20
Sixth Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1839/12/20
Twenty-fourth Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1840/01/05
Twenty-fifth Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1840/02/16
Twenty-seventh Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1840/02/16
Twenty-second Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1840/02/16
The Wicked Prince (short story) Author Short Story 1840/10/00
Twenty-sixth Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1840/12/00
Twenty-eighth Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1840/12/00
Twenty-ninth Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1840/12/00
Thirtieth Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1840/12/00
Twenty-first Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1840/12/00
Twenty-third Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1840/12/00
The Swineherd (short story) Author Short Story 1841/12/20
The Buckwheat (short story) Author Short Story 1841/12/20
Ole Lukoie (short story) Author Short Story 1841/12/20
The Metal Pig (short story) Author Short Story 1842/04/30
The Bond of Friendship (short story) Author Short Story 1842/04/30
A Rose from Homer's Grave (short story) Author Short Story 1842/04/30
The Nightingale (short story) Author Short Story 1843/11/11
The Sweethearts or, The Top and the Ball (short story) Author Short Story 1843/11/11
The Ugly Duckling Author Fairy Tale 1843/11/11
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The Angel (short story) Author Short Story 1843/11/11
The Elder-Tree Mother (short story) Author Short Story 1844/12/00
The Snow Queen (short story) Author Short Story 1844/12/21
Thirty-first Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1844/12/21
The Fir-Tree (short story) Author Short Story 1844/12/21
The Red Shoes (short story) Author Short Story 1845/04/07
The Jumpers (short story) Author Short Story 1845/04/07
The Shepherdess and the Chimney-Sweep (short story) Author Short Story 1845/04/07
Holger Danske (short story) Author Short Story 1845/04/07
The Elf Mound (short story) Author Short Story 1845/04/07
The Bell (short story) Author Short Story 1845/05/00
Grandmother (short story) Author Short Story 1845/10/05
The Darning Needle (short story) Author Short Story 1845/12/00
The Little Match Girl (short story) Author Short Story 1845/12/00
  • 1000 or so Notable Short Stories, True Tales and Mezzobulas
A View from Vartou's Window (short story) Author Short Story 1846/12/00
A Picture from the Ramparts (short story) Author Short Story 1846/12/00
Thirty-second Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1847/04/00
Thirty-third Evening (short story) Author Short Story 1847/04/00
Little Tuck (short story) Author Short Story 1847/04/06
The Shadow (short story) Author Short Story 1847/04/06
The Old Street Lamp (short story) Author Short Story 1847/04/06
The Neighboring Families (short story) Author Short Story 1847/04/06
The Drop of Water (short story) Author Short Story 1847/12/00
The Happy Family (short story) Author Short Story 1847/12/00
The Story of a Mother (short story) Author Short Story 1847/12/00
The Shirt Collar (short story) Author Short Story 1847/12/00
The Old House (short story) Author Short Story 1847/12/00
The Flax (short story) Author Short Story 1848/00/00
The Phoenix Bird (short story) Author Short Story 1850/05/00
The Puppet-show Man (short story) Author Short Story 1851/05/19
A Story (short story) Author Short Story 1851/05/19
The Silent Book (short story) Author Short Story 1851/05/19
The Pigs (short story) Author Short Story 1851/05/19
The World's Fairest Rose (short story) Author Short Story 1851/11/00
There is a Difference (short story) Author Short Story 1851/11/00
Thousands of Years from Now (short story) Author Short Story 1852/01/26
The Swan's Nest (short story) Author Short Story 1852/01/28
The Old Tombstone (short story) Author Short Story 1852/02/00
On Judgment Day (short story) Author Short Story 1852/04/05
It's Quite True! (short story) Author Short Story 1852/04/05
A Good Humor (short story) Author Short Story 1852/04/05
The Story of the Year (short story) Author Short Story 1852/04/05
The Goblin and the Grocer (short story) Author Short Story 1852/11/30
Under The Willow Tree (short story) Author Short Story 1852/11/30
Heartache (short story) Author Short Story 1852/11/30
Everything in its Proper Place (short story) Author Short Story 1852/11/30
Five Peas from a Pod (short story) Author Short Story 1852/12/00
She Was Good for Nothing (short story) Author Short Story 1852/12/00
The Last Pearl (short story) Author Short Story 1853/02/00
A Leaf from Heaven (short story) Author Short Story 1853/02/00
Two Maidens (short story) Author Short Story 1853/11/00
At the Uttermost Parts of the Sea (short story) Author Short Story 1854/12/00
The Money Pig (short story) Author Short Story 1854/12/00
Clumsy Hans (short story) Author Short Story 1855/04/30
Ib and Little Christine (short story) Author Short Story 1855/04/30
The Thorny Road of Honor (short story) Author Short Story 1855/12/00
The Jewish Girl (short story) Author Short Story 1855/12/00
A String of Pearls (short story) Author Short Story 1856/12/00
The Bell Deep (short story) Author Short Story 1856/12/00
The Bottle Neck (short story) Author Short Story 1857/12/00
The Last Dream of Old Oak (short story) Author Short Story 1858/00/00
Soup on a Sausage Peg (short story) Author Short Story 1858/03/02
The Nightcap of the "Pebersvend" (short story) Author Short Story 1858/03/02
Something (short story) Author Short Story 1858/03/02
The Old Oak Tree's Last Dream (short story) Author Short Story 1858/03/02
The A-B-C Book (short story) Author Short Story 1858/03/02
The Racers (short story) Author Short Story 1858/05/15
The Marsh King's Daughter (short story) Author Short Story 1858/05/15
The Stone of the Wise Man (short story) Author Short Story 1858/12/00
Anne Lisbeth (short story) Author Short Story 1859/03/24
Children's Prattle (short story) Author Short Story 1859/03/24
The Wind Tells about Valdemar Daae and His Daughters (short story) Author Short Story 1859/03/24
The Girl Who Trod on the Loaf (short story) Author Short Story 1859/03/24
Ole, the Tower Keeper (short story) Author Short Story 1859/03/24
The Child in the Grave (short story) Author Short Story 1859/12/00
Beautiful (short story) Author Short Story 1859/12/09
A Story from the Sand Dunes (short story) Author Short Story 1859/12/09
Pen and Inkstand (short story) Author Short Story 1859/12/09
The Farmyard Cock and the Weathercock (short story) Author Short Story 1859/12/09
Two Brothers (short story) Author Short Story 1859/12/25
Moving Day (short story) Author Short Story 1860/02/12
The Butterfly (short story) Author Short Story 1860/12/00
The Old Church Bell (short story) Author Short Story 1861/00/00
The Bishop of Borglum and his Men (short story) Author Short Story 1861/01/27
The New Century's Goddess (short story) Author Short Story 1861/03/02
Twelve by the Mail (short story) Author Short Story 1861/03/02
The Beetle (short story) Author Short Story 1861/03/02
What the Old Man Does is Always Right (short story) Author Short Story 1861/03/02
The Snow Man (short story) Author Short Story 1861/03/02
In the Duck Yard (short story) Author Short Story 1861/03/02
The Ice Maiden (short story) Author Short Story 1861/11/25
The Psyche (short story) Author Short Story 1861/11/25
The Snail and the Rosebush (short story) Author Short Story 1861/11/25
The Silver Shilling (short story) Author Short Story 1861/12/00
The Snowdrop (short story) Author Short Story 1862/12/00
The Teapot (short story) Author Short Story 1863/12/00
The Bird of Folklore (short story) Author Short Story 1864/12/00
In the Children's Room (short story) Author Short Story 1865/11/17
Golden Treasure (short story) Author Short Story 1865/11/17
The Storm Shifts the Signboards (short story) Author Short Story 1865/11/17
The Will-o'-the-Wisps Are in Town (short story) Author Short Story 1865/11/17
The Windmill (short story) Author Short Story 1865/11/17
Aunty (short story) Author Short Story 1866/12/11
The Toad (short story) Author Short Story 1866/12/11
Kept Secret but not Forgotten (short story) Author Short Story 1866/12/11
The Porter's Son (short story) Author Short Story 1866/12/11
Vano and Glano (short story) Author Short Story 1867/08/18
The Little Green Ones (short story) Author Short Story 1867/12/00
The Goblin and the Woman (short story) Author Short Story 1867/12/00
Peiter, Peter, and Peer (short story) Author Short Story 1868/01/12
Godfather's Picture Book (short story) Author Short Story 1868/01/19
Which Was the Happiest? (short story) Author Short Story 1868/07/26
The Days of the Week (short story) Author Short Story 1868/11/00
The Rags (short story) Author Short Story 1868/12/00
The Dryad (short story) Author Short Story 1868/12/05
The Court Cards (short story) Author Short Story 1869/01/00
Luck May Lie in a Pin (short story) Author Short Story 1869/04/00
Sunshine Stories (short story) Author Short Story 1869/05/00
The Comet (short story) Author Short Story 1869/06/00
What One Can Invent (short story) Author Short Story 1869/07/00
What Happened to the Thistle (short story) Author Short Story 1869/10/00
Chicken Grethe's Family (short story) Author Short Story 1869/12/00
The Candles (short story) Author Short Story 1870/07/00
What the Whole Family Said (short story) Author Short Story 1870/07/01
Great-Grandfather (short story) Author Short Story 1870/08/00
The Most Incredible Thing (short story) Author Short Story 1870/09/00
Danish Popular Legends (short story) Author Short Story 1870/10/00
Dance, Dance, Doll of Mine! (short story) Author Short Story 1871/11/15
The Great Sea Serpent (short story) Author Short Story 1871/12/17
The Gardener and the Noble Family (short story) Author Short Story 1872/03/30
The Gate Key (short story) Author Short Story 1872/11/23
The Cripple (short story) Author Short Story 1872/11/23
Aunty Toothache (short story) Author Short Story 1872/11/23
What Old Johanne Told (short story) Author Short Story 1872/11/23
The Flea and the Professor (short story) Author Short Story 1872/12/00
The Penman (short story) Author Short Story 1926/04/04
Croak! (short story) Author Short Story 1926/04/04
Folks Say - (short story) Author Short Story 1949/00/00
The Poor Woman and the Little Canary Bird (short story) Author Short Story 1949/00/00
Urbanus (short story) Author Short Story 1949/00/00

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