Andersen. Fairy Tales and Stories

Today's free book is Hans Christian Andersen: Fairy Tales and Stories translated by H. P. Paull (1872) with illustration by Vilhelm Pedersen and Lorenz Frølich. You can find out more about this book in the Hans Christian Andersen unit of the Myth-Folklore UnTextbook.

For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

The book is available at the Gilead Project, Hathi Trust, and Google Books. There is also a free audiobook at Librivox: Vol. 1 - Vol. 2 - Vol. 3 - Vol. 4 - Vol. 5 - Vol. 6.


1835 . The Tinder-Box
1835 . Little Claus and Big Claus
1835 . The Princess and the Pea
1835 . Little Ida’s Flowers
1835 . Little Tiny or Thumbelina
1835 . The Saucy Boy
1835 . The Travelling Companion
1836 . This Fable Is Intended for You
1836 . The Talisman
1836 . God Can Never Die
1836 . The Little Mermaid
1837 . The Emperor’s New Suit
1838 . The Goloshes of Fortune
1838 . The Daisy
1838 . The Brave Tin Soldier
1838 . The Wild Swans
1838 . The Garden of Paradise
1838 . The Flying Trunk
1838 . The Storks
1839 . The Elf of the Rose
1840 . What the Moon Saw
1840 . The Wicked Prince
1842 . The Metal Pig
1842 . The Shepherd’s Story of the Bond of Friendship
1842 . A Rose from Homer’s Grave
1842 . The Buckwheat
1842 . Ole-Luk-Oie, the Dream-God
1842 . The Swineherd
1844 . The Angel
1844 . The Nightingale
1844 . The Ugly Duckling
1844 . The Top and Ball
1845 . The Fir Tree
1845 . The Snow Queen
1845 . The Little Elder-Tree Mother
1845 . The Elfin Hill
1845 . The Red Shoes
1845 . The Jumper
1845 . The Shepherdess and the Sweep
1845 . Holger Danske
1845 . The Bell
1845 . Grandmother
1846 . The Darning-Needle
1846 . The Little Match-Seller
1847 . The Sunbeam and the Captive
1847 . By the Almshouse Window
1847 . The Old Street Lamp
1847 . The Neighbouring Families
1847 . Little Tuk
1847 . The Shadow
1848 . The Old House
1848 . The Drop of Water
1848 . The Happy Family
1848 . The Story of a Mother
1848 . The Shirt-Collar
1849 . The Flax
1850 . The Phoenix Bird
1851 . A Story
1851 . The Pigs
1851 . The Puppet-Show Man
1851 . The Dumb Book
1852 . The Old Grave-Stone
1852 . The Conceited Apple-Branch
1852 . The Loveliest Rose in the World
1852 . In a Thousand Years
1852 . The Swan’s Nest
1852 . The Story of the Year
1852 . On Judgment Day
1852 . “There Is No Doubt About It.”
1852 . A Cheerful Temper
1853 . A Great Grief
1853 . Everything in the Right Place
1853 . The Goblin and the Huckster
1853 . Under the Willow-tree
1853 . The Pea Blossom
1853 . She Was Good for Nothing
1854 . The Last Pearl
1854 . Two Maidens
1855 . “In the Uttermost Parts of the Sea”
1855 . The Money-Box
1855 . A Leaf from Heaven
1855 . Jack the Dullard
1855 . Ib and Little Christina
1856 . The Thorny Road of Honor
1856 . The Jewish Maiden
1857 . The Bell-Deep
1857 . A String of Pearls
1858 . The Bottle Neck
1858 . Soup from a Sausage Skewer
1858 . The Old Bachelor’s Nightcap
1858 . Something
1858 . The Last Dream of the Old Oak
1858 . The A-B-C Book
1858 . The Marsh King’s Daughter
1858 . The Races
1859 . The Philosopher’s Stone
1859 . The Story of the Wind
1859 . The Girl Who Trod on the Loaf
1859 . Ole the Tower-Keeper
1859 . Anne Lisbeth
1859 . Children’s Prattle
1859 . The Child in the Grave
1859 . Two Brothers
1860 . The Pen and the Inkstand
1860 . The Farm-Yard Cock and the Weather-Cock
1860 . Beauty of Form and Beauty of Mind
1860 . A Story from the Sand-Hills
1860 . Moving Day
1861 . The Butterfly
1861 . The Bishop of Borglum and His Warriors
1861 . The Mail-Coach Passengers
1861 . The Beetle Who Went on His Travels
1861 . What the Old Man Does Is Always Right
1861 . The Snow Man
1861 . The Portuguese Duck
1861 . The New Century’s Goddess
1861 . The Ice Maiden
1861 . The Psyche
1861 . The Snail and the Rose-Tree
1861 . The Old Church Bell
1862 . The Silver Shilling
1863 . The Snowdrop
1864 . The Teapot
1865 . The Bird of Popular Song
1865 . “The Will-o-the Wisp Is in the Town”
1865 . The Windmill
1865 . In the Nursery
1865 . The Golden Treasure
1865 . The Storm Shakes the Shield
1866 . “Delaying Is Not Forgetting”
1866 . The Porter’s Son
1866 . Our Aunt
1866 . The Toad
1867 . Vænø and Glænø
1868 . The Little Green Ones
1868 . The Goblin and the Woman (**)
1868 . Peiter, Peter and Peer
1868 . Godfather’s Picture Book
1868 . Which is the Happiest?
1868 . The Dryad
1869 . The Days of the Week
1869 . The Court Cards (**)
1869 . Luck May Lie in a Pin (*)
1869 . Sunshine Stories (**)
1869 . The Comet
1869 . The Rags
1869 . What One Can Invent
1869 . The Thistle’s Experiences
1869 . Poultry Meg’s Family
1870 . The Candles (*)
1870 . Great-Grandfather
1870 . The Most Incredible Thing (*)
1870 . Danish Popular Legends
1870 . What the Whole Family Said
1870 . Lucky Peer
1871 . Dance, Dance, Doll of Mine!
1871 . The Great Sea-Serpent
1871 . The Gardener and the Manor
1872 . What Old Johanne Told
1872 . The Gate Key
1872 . The Cripple (*)
1872 . Aunty Toothache
1873 . The Flea and the Professor
1926 . Croak
1926 . The Penman
1949 . Folks Say—
1949 . The Poor Woman and the Little Canary Bird
1949 . Urbanus

Four  tales marked by a (*) are digitized from Fairy Tales and Other Stories by Hans Christian Andersen, revised and partly re-translated by W.A. and J. K. Craigie, Oxford Univ. Press, London, 1914. Three tales marked by (**) are from Wonder Stories Told for Children, Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1900. There are 29 tales  given in title only, using Jean Hersholt’s translation, published in three volumes in 1942-49 by The Heritage Press, and now collectors’ items.

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