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  • "Thumbelina" (Danish: Tommelise) is a fairy tale by the Danish poet and author Hans Christian Andersen. Like the English folk tale "Tom Thumb" and the French literary fairy tale "Le Petit Poucet" by Charles Perrault, "Thumbelina" tells the story of a tiny human being. For some, the tale demonstrates Andersen's identification with the social outsider. The tale was first published in 1835 and was republished during the author's lifetime.
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    February 18, 2008