When We Get to the End

Front Matters

About the Contributors

Per Krogh Hansen and Marianne Wolff Lundholt Introduction

Johs. Nørregaard Frandsen Opening Address

Ansgar Nünning Steps towards a Discourse-Oriented Narratology of the Fairy Tale: On the Functions of the Narrator in Hans Christian Andersen`s Fairy Tales

Jørgen Holmegaard Narration and Narrative Techniques in Andersen`s Fairy Tales

Lars-Åke Skalin "Out of the real grows the most wonderful tale": Extra- and Intrafictional Levels in H.C. Andersens`s Storytelling

Per Krogh Hansen A Real Story? On Hans Christian Andersen`s Sense of Narrativity and His Double Narratee

Gorm Larsen The Question of the Addressee and the Structure of Enunciation in Andersen´s Tales. Or: Why the Fairy Tales are not Told for Children

Marianne Wolff Lundholt Sympathy Structures in the Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen

Greger Andersson Metanarrative Remarks in the Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen

Marion Gymnich Possible-Worlds Theory as an Approach to the Dynamics of Hans Christian Andersen´s Fairy Tales

Jørgen Dines Johansen The split Text. Hybridization and Repetition in Andersen´s "Dryaden"

Johan de Mylius Time and Non-time. On Composition and Decomposition in Hans Christian Andersen´s  Fairy Tales and Stories

Jacob Bøggild Arabesque and Allegory in H.C. Andersen´s "The Snow Queen"

Vera Nünning On the Rhetoric and Ethics of Andersen´s Fairy tales

Henrik Lassen "...from a Swedish tale by Andersen - ". "The little Match Girl" in America and the Topos of the Dying Child

Fairy Tale and Name Index

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