History Creator / HansChristianAndersen

2nd May '16 7:30:48 PM MarchVee
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* CreatorBreakdown: Rumors abound that several of Andersen's works are a result of dealing with his own romantic and sexual issues. The Nightingale was allegedly a tribute to a singer known as "The Swedish Nightingale", Jenny Lind, who did not reciprocate Andersen's romantic feelings. "The Little Mermaid" was a similar case, of Andersen dealing with 'losing' a close friend (one he had feelings for) to marriage.
7th Jan '16 3:44:06 PM OmegaRadiance
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* [[VideoGame/FateExtra Fate Extra CCC]], where he is a Caster-type Servant.

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* [[VideoGame/FateExtra Fate Extra CCC]], CCC]] and VideoGame/FateGrandOrder, where he is a Caster-type Servant.
7th Jan '16 3:33:07 PM Edrobot
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* VideoGame/FateExtra, where he is a Caster-type Servant.

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* VideoGame/FateExtra, [[VideoGame/FateExtra Fate Extra CCC]], where he is a Caster-type Servant.
7th Jan '16 3:21:34 PM Edrobot
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!!Andersen has appeared as a HistoricalDomainCharacter in the following works:
* VideoGame/FateExtra, where he is a Caster-type Servant.
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6th Dec '15 3:57:31 PM morenohijazo
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%%* NamelessNarrative: Used in several of his stories.

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%%* NamelessNarrative: Used in several of his stories.LeafBoat: ''Thumbelina'' is probably the UrExample.


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%%* NamelessNarrative: Used in several of his stories.
15th May '15 11:42:59 PM LordGro
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* AccentuateTheNegative: Features prominently in "The Snow Queen", but is also an important point in the tale ''Something'', where a {{caustic critic}} is "something" because he does that constantly. Also the Snail in ''The Snail and the Rosebush'', and the Devil in ''the Philosopher's Stone'' (no, [[HarryPotter not that stone!]])

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* AccentuateTheNegative: Features prominently in "The Snow Queen", but is also an important point in the tale ''Something'', "Something", where a {{caustic critic}} is "something" because he does that constantly. Also the Snail in ''The "The Snail and the Rosebush'', Rosebush", and the Devil in ''the "The Philosopher's Stone'' (no, [[HarryPotter not that stone!]])Stone".
15th May '15 8:48:27 AM StFan
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* AccentuateTheNegative: Features prominently in {{the Snow Queen}}, but is also an important point in the tale ''Something'', where a {{caustic critic}} is "something" because he does that constantly. Also the Snail in ''The Snail and the Rosebush'', and the Devil in ''the Philosopher's Stone'' (no, [[HarryPotter not that stone!]])

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* AccentuateTheNegative: Features prominently in {{the "The Snow Queen}}, Queen", but is also an important point in the tale ''Something'', where a {{caustic critic}} is "something" because he does that constantly. Also the Snail in ''The Snail and the Rosebush'', and the Devil in ''the Philosopher's Stone'' (no, [[HarryPotter not that stone!]])
14th May '15 11:48:06 PM LordGro
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* AccentuateTheNegative: More than once. Features prominently in {{the Snow Queen}}, but is also an important point in the tale ''Something'', where a {{caustic critic}} is "something" because he does that constantly. Also the Snail in ''The Snail and the Rosebush'', and the Devil in ''the Philosopher's Stone'' (no, [[HarryPotter not that stone!]])

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* AccentuateTheNegative: More than once. Features prominently in {{the Snow Queen}}, but is also an important point in the tale ''Something'', where a {{caustic critic}} is "something" because he does that constantly. Also the Snail in ''The Snail and the Rosebush'', and the Devil in ''the Philosopher's Stone'' (no, [[HarryPotter not that stone!]])



* {{Disneyfication}}: A lot of his works has been adapted into animated features for kids, most of them naturally being done by Disney. ''WesternAnimation/{{Thumbelina}}'' also fell into this, [[FollowTheLeader despite being done]] by Creator/DonBluth.

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* %%* {{Disneyfication}}: A lot of his works has been adapted into animated features for kids, most of them naturally being done by Disney. ''WesternAnimation/{{Thumbelina}}'' also fell into this, [[FollowTheLeader despite being done]] by Creator/DonBluth.
14th May '15 11:43:54 PM LordGro
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* FollowTheLeader: The Troll King in "The Elf Mound" inspired the Mountain King in {{Peer Gynt}} by {{Henrik Ibsen}}.
14th May '15 11:41:50 PM LordGro
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* MultipleDemographicAppeal: Had Andersen been a children's TV show (or movie) writer, the censors and outside MediaWatchdog groups would have been all over him about the content in his stories. As Wikipedia puts it, "The overall character of Andersen's stories is dark, sometimes even cruel, and redemption often comes at a high price. It is therefore a mistake -- as it is with most literature for children -- to think of his work as innocent."
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