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The motif Transformation in Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales and stories
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The motif Transformation in Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales and stories

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Description of this motif: Transformation is a core concept of Johan de Mylius' understanding of both the life and the ouevre of Hans Christian Andersen, cf. among others the book Forvandlingens pris ('The Price of Transformation', 2004). The concept does not only refer to a theme, but also to the aesthetics, in Mylius' book. The existential-religious categori transformation takes place in the moment of death, both crucial concepts in Mylius' view on the oeuvre. The concepts are elaborated in an earlier article: The Moment – a Structure of Mind and World in Hans Christian Andersen's Poetic Writings.

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The tales are sorted by year. The leading numbers refer to the number of occurrences of the motif in the respective texts.

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