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Hans Christian Andersen was a 19th-century Danish author, best known for his timeless children's stories and fairy tales. His stories have been translated into numerous languages and have inspired countless adaptations in various artistic media.
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Andersen's manuscripts, art, and other relics are housed in various libraries, museums, archives, and other cultural institutions. Some of these offer digital collections online to supplement their physical collections, offering online access to unique materials. Explore these institutions' online Andersen collections and find access to a range of primary and secondary sources.
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