thesisoutline2 - Amy Sexton 11/19/08 HCA Dis Th 12:05...

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Amy Sexton 11/19/08 HCA Dis Th 12:05 Thesis Outline 2: Revision 1) Intro : Hans Christian Andersen was born in 1805 in Odense, Denmark. He was the son of a shoemaker and a washerwoman. Andersen grew up poor and uneducated, but defeated the odds stacked up against him to become one of the most renowned writers of his era. Andersen’s mother taught him folktales and his father took him to the theater as a young boy. His father died when he was eleven years old and he began working to help support his family as a weaver, in a tobacco factory, and many other miscellaneous jobs. Andersen left his childhood home in Munkemollestraede, Denmark and moved to Copenhagen where his epic journey to become one of the greatest children’s authors began. One particular story Andersen wrote was Anne Lisbeth , the tale of a woman and her unloved son, in 1859. 2) Thesis: Freud’s theory provides a basis of dissection and understanding of Anne Lisbeth. To apply this theory correctly to the text, one must understand the
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