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  • This is Chittaprosad's illustration for Hans Christian Andersen's 'The Little Mermaid,' dated Nov. 27, 1968. linocut print on paper, 28.5 cm X 22.9 cm

    Chittaprosad's Bengal Famine

  • Since Emma Rice first re-imagined Hans Christian Andersen's The Red Shoes as a parable about the choices facing women today, she's found a rich source of inspiration in wonder tales from around the world.

    This week's new theatre

  • London Wilhelm Sasnal Exhibition The Polish contemporary artist Wilhelm Sasnal has pursued various film and photography projects, such as "The Band," a Sonic Youth concert portrait, and "Swineherd," a feature-film adaptation of a Hans Christian Andersen tale.

    What's On Around Europe

  • Elsewhere, Ms. Holowchuk makes the would-be fleet and affecting heroine of "Divertimento From 'Le Baiser de la Fée'"—whose score was inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's "The Ice Maiden"—look tentative and lackluster.

    A Company in Progress

  • As children who have read Hans Christian Andersen will remember, Jack has been pierced by a shard of goblin-enchanted mirror, and his heart has turned to ice.

    The Pains and Boons Of Teenagehood

  • To call them out like the little child did in Hans Christian Andersen's classic tale, "The Emperor's New "No" Clothes."

    Lonna Saunders: Sheen and Estevez Hit Home Run with The Way

  • Here again is the grandstanding more suited to callow junior fellows: "When I was in Denmark to receive the Hans Christian Andersen bicentennial award . . ."

    The Anatomy of Influence by Harold Bloom – review

  • Odense, for instance, is the birth place of Hans Christian Andersen.

    Talk about Travel

  • TMIT is based on a tale by Hans Christian Andersen which tells the story of a king who offers his daughter and half his kingdom to the man who can create the most marvellous object in the world.

    This week's new dance

  • So it's appropriate that there are two productions of Hans Christian Andersen's Snow Queen to choose from in London.

    This week's new theatre and dance

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