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Shadow Pictures from a Journey to the Harz Mountains, Saxon Switzerland, etc. etc., in the Summer of 1831 (review)

Shadow Pictures from a Journey to the Harz Mountains, Saxon Switzerland, etc. etc., in the Summer... Scandinavian Studies La letteratura cristiana in Islanda is well conceived, clearly presented, and rich in Icelandic translations. It should find its place among the Italian intelligentsia. Grégory Cattaneo University of Paris Sorbonne IV and University of Iceland (The preceding review by Grégory Cattaneo represents the fully edited version of this review. See Scandinavian Studies 83.3: 458­61) Hans Christian Andersen. Shadow Pictures from a Journey to the Harz Mountains, Saxon Switzerland, etc. etc., in the Summer of 1831. Trans. Anna Halager. Ed. Sven Hakon Rossel and Monica Wenusch. Vienna: Praesens Verlag, 2011. Pp. 161. According to translator Anna Halager's introduction, Shadow Pictures (which is intended to be volume 1 in a series of translations of each of Hans Christian Andersen's [1805­1875] five "travelogues" that he wrote over a period of many years) represents the first complete translation into English of Andersen's Skyggebilleder af en Reise til Harzen, det sachsiske Schweitz etc. etc., i Sommeren 1831 based on the recent version edited by Johan de Mylius and published in the Danske Klassiker series by the Danske Sprog og Litteraturselskap in 1986. (All page numbers after Danish citations refer to this edition.) Her enumeration, however, discounts Charles Beckwith's somewhat maligned (and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Scandinavian Studies Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study

Shadow Pictures from a Journey to the Harz Mountains, Saxon Switzerland, etc. etc., in the Summer of 1831 (review)

Scandinavian Studies , Volume 84 (1) – Oct 11, 2012

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Scandinavian Studies La letteratura cristiana in Islanda is well conceived, clearly presented, and rich in Icelandic translations. It should find its place among the Italian intelligentsia. Grégory Cattaneo University of Paris Sorbonne IV and University of Iceland (The preceding review by Grégory Cattaneo represents the fully edited version of this review. See Scandinavian Studies 83.3: 458­61) Hans Christian Andersen. Shadow Pictures from a Journey to the Harz Mountains, Saxon Switzerland, etc. etc., in the Summer of 1831. Trans. Anna Halager. Ed. Sven Hakon Rossel and Monica Wenusch. Vienna: Praesens Verlag, 2011. Pp. 161. According to translator Anna Halager's introduction, Shadow Pictures (which is intended to be volume 1 in a series of translations of each of Hans Christian Andersen's [1805­1875] five "travelogues" that he wrote over a period of many years) represents the first complete translation into English of Andersen's Skyggebilleder af en Reise til Harzen, det sachsiske Schweitz etc. etc., i Sommeren 1831 based on the recent version edited by Johan de Mylius and published in the Danske Klassiker series by the Danske Sprog og Litteraturselskap in 1986. (All page numbers after Danish citations refer to this edition.) Her enumeration, however, discounts Charles Beckwith's somewhat maligned (and

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