I knew Andersen for nearly thirty years, yet never felt as completely acquainted with him as with several other persons whom I have known for a much shorter time. He was a man of reserve; not aloof, but self-contained and self-reliant in the ways that we are accustomed to expect of the Scandinavian peoples. Yet after every discussion of scientific subjects or conversation on casual affairs, I felt better acquainted than before, and I believe that such would be the testimony of all of his associates.

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