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The story, about a dying child's dreams and hope, was first published in It has been adapted to various media, including animated, live-action, and VR films as well as television musicals. On a freezing New Year's Eve a poor young girl, shivering and barefoot, tries to sell matches in the street. Afraid to go home because her father will beat her for failing to sell any matches, she huddles in the alley between two houses and lights matches, one by one, to warm herself. In the flame of the matches she sees a series of comforting visions: a warm stove, a holiday feast, a happy family, and a Christmas tree. Each vision disappears as its match burns out.
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The tale was first published in Copenhagen by C. New Collection. The tale was Andersen's first not based upon a folk tale or a literary model. On his birthday, a boy receives a set of 25 toy soldiers all cast from one old tin spoon and arrays them on a table top. One soldier stands on a single leg, as having been the last one cast there was not enough metal to make him whole.
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Unless you have been living deep in an undersea grotto somewhere, far from Twitter's relentless reach, you have probably heard by now that Disney will be remaking The Little Mermaid as a live action film. It was inevitable that Disney would resurrect The Little Mermaid at some point, and that people on social media would have opinions about it. Most people were excited at the prospect of an Ariel who can, you know, sing.
This is a list of published works by Hans Christian Andersen. The list has been supplemented with a few important posthumous editions of his works; the year given in each entry refers to the first Danish edition. They are all in the public domain because Andersen died over years ago. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikipedia bibliography.