Andersen's Fairy Tales Study Guide

Andersen's Fairy Tales by Andersen, Hans Christian

Andersen's Fairy Tales contain many of the most well-known, classic fairytales in Western literature. Stories like The Ugly Duckling, The Emperor's New Clothes, The Little Mermaid, The Snow Queen, and others relate the themes of morality, vanity, poverty, and above all, kindness. These stories are generally meant to teach children the difference between right and wrong, as well as the importance of being selfless. The themes of nature and spirituality are frequently explored in these tales.

Andersen's Fairy Tales Book Notes