A Poet's Day Dreams is number 319 in the Hans Christian Andersen Center's register of Andersen's literary works, i.e. no. 19 in the category fairy tale collection (the range 301 - 400).

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A Poet's Day Dreams was first published in English February 1853.

Bibliographic description of the first publication containing this work, quoted from the Danish bibliography H.C. Andersen-Centrets bibliografiske optegnelser:

A Poet's Day Dreams

A Poet's Day Dreams udkom p Richard Bentleys forlag, London, i februar 1853. 220 s.
Indeholdt 20 af H.C. Andersens historier oversat af Mrs. Anne S. Bushby:
"Aarets Historie" (The History of the Year), "Verdens deiligste Rose" (The World's Most Beautiful Rose), "Et Billede fra Castelsvolden" (Sketch from the Ramparts of a Castle), "Paa den Yderste Dag" (The Last Day), "Det er ganske vist!" (It is very True), "Svanereden" (The Swans's Nest), "Et godt Humeur" (Good Humeur), "Der er Forskjel" (There is a Difference), "Hun duede ikke" (A Good-for-Nothing), "Et Blad fra Himlen" (A Leaf from Heaven), "Hjertesorg" (Grief of Heart), "Alt paa sin rette Plads" (Everything in its right Place), "Nissen hos Spekhkeren" (The Nis at the Cheesemonger's), "Hrren" (The Flax), "Den gamle Gravsteen" (The Old Tombstone), "Fem fra en rteblg" (The Five Peas), "Fra et Vindue i Vartou" (The Old Maid), "Om Aartusinder" (A Thousand Years Hence), "Den sidste Perle" (The Last Pearl) og "Under Piletret" (Under the Willow-Tree).
"A Leaf from Heaven" og "The Last Pearl" var frsteudgivelser af hhv. "Et Blad fra Himlen" (udkom p dansk april 1855) og "Den sidste Perle" (udkom p dansk november 1853).
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Anm.: The Spectator, no 1288, p. 230, 5 March 1853; Journal of Science and Art, 1953, The Athenaeum, Mar. 12, 1853; The Literary Gazette, 19 March 1853.

(Bibliografisk kilde: Bredsdorff)

(Bibliografisk kilde: HCAH XVIII-E-24, A-32, 1971/636, 1932/94)

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