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The motif The concept of the soul's account of good and evil being settled after death in Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales and stories
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The motif The concept of the soul's account of good and evil being settled after death in Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales and stories

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Deeds, mind, good, evil, settling one's account, God, St Peter

Description of this motif: In some of Andersen's fairy tales people have their life's account of good and evil deeds, sometimes also thoughts, settled after death, before the gates of heaven. "Something", " Kept Secret but not Forgotten" and "The Girl Who Trod on the Loaf" are three obvious examples of this theme.

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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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