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A reminder of Anderson, a writer who took a great step in the transformation of the child’s literature

According to koodakpress، Hans Christian Andersen, the Danish author, is the father of New Legends. His mother was laundering at home, and his father was a bitter, but he paid special attention to Hans. How much the mother spent most of her free time with her son who was fond of and loved by her, and […]

According to koodakpress، Hans Christian Andersen, the Danish author, is the father of New Legends. His mother was laundering at home, and his father was a bitter, but he paid special attention to Hans. How much the mother spent most of her free time with her son who was fond of and loved by her, and made the toy in the winter with toys, and read loudly from “One Thousand and One Nights”, “La Fontaine” stories, and so on.
In his childhood, Hans preserved Shakespeare’s work, and created wooden theater with wooden dolls. He was tailor-made for a while, but after a while he entered the theater and was glittering. However, changing his voice through puberty prevented his collaboration with the theater.
He began writing in 1823, and in this area he became aware of the folk tales that had been gathered before him by the people such as Charles Peru, the French poet and the German brothers Graham (Jacob and Wilhelm). But, unlike his predecessors, he did not count on the collection of ancient stories and legends, and began to work on creating and creating his works.
Andersen, combined with his aesthetic criteria and his creative power, was able to blend the common truths of life with the power of imagination into his stories, and take a great step in transforming the work of the child’s literature. Before him, they were ancient folk tales and fairy tales based on collective imagination. But Hans Christian Andersen, using these folk tales, created a new form of legends that they had the author and, most importantly, introduced one’s imagination into them.
The works of Andersen were cut from the real life that he had written with his own imagination. Thus, despite the bitterness of bitterness, they were beautiful. He himself believed that “every human’s life is a tale written with the hands of God, and life alone is the prettiest story.”
Andersen’s stories were tied to his life. So much so that he answered the question of a literary critic who asked, “Will one day write a story of his own life?” Replied: “I have already written it, the name of that ugly duckling”.
In 1875, after suffering a physical discomfort when he fell from the bed, Flanders spoke to Fanny’s world. He had already said about his funeral music: “Most of those who burst in my funeral will be children. Match the music blows for their small steps. ” It was the art he himself exhibited in the field of literature and stories written for children.
Hans’s most important works include “Little Mermaid”, “Thong”, “Ugly Duckling”, “My Life”, “Snow Queen”, “Girlfriend Match”, “Emperor’s New Dress,” “Leader Soldier,” and … Cited. Stories that are raised in the field of childrens literature, however, contain themes that adults do not respect. Andersen said: “My thoughts are for adults, but I tell my stories to kids. As I know well, parents are listening to it when they tell stories to children, so they will have something to think about. ”
IBBY’s International Book Fair for Children, April 2 named the birthday of Hans Christian Andersen as the World Book of the Child Day.

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