3 edition of A visit to Portugal, 1866 [by] Hans Christian Andersen. found in the catalog.
A visit to Portugal, 1866 [by] Hans Christian Andersen.
Hans Christian Andersen
|LC Classifications||DP525 A5713|
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|Number of Pages||105|
From the Hans Christian Andersen biography "The Life of Hans Christian Andersen. Day By Day", In Leiden. Stays with the writer Johannes Kneppelhout. Whilst here, HCA receives by mail a book by a young Dutch writer, which is about famous people. HCA is equalled in the book with Napoleon and Mozart. (Page from a Visit to Portugal ) is. Hans Christian Andersen was born in Odense, Denmark, to a father who claimed to be related to nobility. After school, he worked as a weaver's apprentice and as a tailor's assistant. At 14, he moved to Copenhagen to be an actor, and was accepted into the Royal Danish Theatre.
Thumbelina by Andersen, Hans Christian and a great selection of related A Visit to Portugal Hans Christian Anderson. Published by Bobbs-Merrill, New York () Hard Cover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. First Edition. BG5 - A first edition hardcover book in good condition that has chipping and wear on the upper left side of the. Le Monde merveilleux de Hans Christian Andersen, familiale, biographie fiction, Hans Christian Andersen a créé un monde imaginaire fantastique. A 15 ans, fils unique d'une pauvre famille danoise, Hans vit lui-même dans un monde de fantaisie. Il part pour Copenhague, où, lui a-t-on dit, les rêves peuvent devenir réalité.
Born in Freerslev, Sorø County, Sjælland, Denmark on 07 Oct to Jens Andersen Moller and Ane Marie HANSEN. Hans Christian ANDERSEN married Mette Sofie LARSEN and had 7 children. He passed away on 16 Aug in København, Denmark. Hans Christian Andersen, the famed children's author who wrote fairy tales such as The Little Mermaid, and The Ugly Duckling, was born on April 2 nd, in Odense, Funen, in the Kingdom of Denmark and Norway (now known as Denmark). He was an only child to Hans Andersen and Anne Marie Andersen. His father died in , and his mother remarried in
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Hans Christian Andersen, already famous in Europe, decided in at the invitation of the O'Neill family, to visit Portugal, where he remained for three months.
During their stay writes about the life of Camões, whose statue was being built, visit the poet António Feliciano de Castilho, King Ferdinand II at the Palace das Necessidades /5.
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Seller Rating: % positive. A visit to Portugal, [by] Hans Christian Andersen. Translated from the Danish with an introduction, notes and appendices by Grace Thornton Owen London Wikipedia Citation. A trip that Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen made to Portugal more than years ago is this week the focus of an international conference taking place in Sintra, near Lisbon, attended by researchers and experts on a man who is one of the most famous authors of.
In Spain & a Vist to Portugal Hurd and Houghtons edition of Hans Christian Andersen's writings in a uniform series Nineteenth Century Collections Online: Mapping the World: Maps and Travel Literature: Author: Hans Christian Andersen: Edition: 8: Publisher: Hurd, Original from: Princeton University: Digitized: Length: Hans Christian Andersen was in Portugal from May6 to Aug in He, who was one of the most important travelers of his time,l left us the travel narrative.
Et Besøg i Portugal i is a part of Volume 8 of the. Collected Works (Samlede Skrifter) published inwhich did not come in a later edition.
Before that, however, he wrote. A Visit to Portugal is the diary of the trip he made to that country between May and September ofinvited by the O'Neill family whose children, José and Jorge, were friends from youth when their father was a consul of Denmark in planned to make the trip by sea from Bordeaux to Lisbon, but at the last minute, he opts to continue his journey by train and carriage through Spain.
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at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products!Seller Rating: % positive. It was in Copenhagen as a young boy that Hans Christian Andersen got to know José and Jorge O’Neill, whose father was the Portuguese Consul in Denmark. Inwhen he was already 61 years old, he came to Portugal to visit Jorge O’Neill, who lived in Quinta do Pinheiro on the outskirts of Lisbon, and who also had a beautiful house near.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Andersen, H.C. (Hans Christian), Visit to Portugal, London, Owen, (OCoLC) From the Hans Christian Andersen biography "The Life of Hans Christian Andersen. Day By Day", Release of "Et Besøg i Portugal " (A Visit to Portugal ) in volume 28 of Samlede Skrifter Cuts and pastes a picture-book for Marie Henriques at this time.
To the beautiful country that is Portugal. ooo 0 ooo. Ok – let’s me honest. I usually don’t remember stupid things like this.
I only remember it because Andersen wrote about it in his A Visit to Portugal – the appendix of his A Visit to Spain in Make Offer - In Spain & Visit to Portugal / Hans Christian Andersen Nice Copy 1st ed # Hans Christian Andersen. What the Moon Saw & Other Tales. 1st Eng.
Lang ed. Andersen recorded his travels and did publish some of his travelogues, such as In Sweden published inShadow Pictures of a Journey to the Harz, Swiss Saxony, A Poet’s Bazaar, In Spain, and A Visit to Portugal in 8.
Andersen’s fairy tales are not only addressed to children. Hans Christian Andersen visited Setúbal in and described it as a "terrestrial paradise".
A keen traveller, he was already 61 years old when he came to Portugal to visit his two childhood friends, who had the beautiful house "Quinta dos Bonecos" near Palmela in the region of Setúbal. › Find all books by 'Hans-Christian Andersen' and compare prices More editions of A Visit to Portugal A Visit to Portugal ISBN () Hardcover, Bobbs-Merrill, ; The Wood Nymph () by Hans-Christian Andersen.
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$ 1 bid or visit eBay's page on international trade. Item location: BRASOV, Rating: % positive.Hans Christian Andersen (Odense, 2 d'abril de - Copenḥague, 4 d'agostu de ) foi un poeta y escritor danés, autor de munchos cuentos de fades que se convirtieren yá en clásicos de la lliteratura universal, como El coríu feu, El traxe nuevu del emperador, La Reina de les Nieves, La Serenina, Pulgarcita, El soldadín de plomu o La princesa l'arbeyu.Get this from a library!
Uma visita em Portugal em [Hans Christian Andersen; João José Pereira da Silva Duarte].