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Adam Oehlenschlaeger

a.k.a. Adam Gottlob Oehlenschlaeger

Author Code: NAOX

Born: Nov. 14, 1779 - Fredericksberg, Copenhagen, Denmark

Died: Jan. 20, 1850 - Copenhagen, Denmark

Educated at Copenhagen University, Oehlenschlaeger became a writer and poet and a leader of the Romantic movement in Denmark. In 1803, he published Guldhornene (The Golden Horns) which was very successful, especially with the young. His Poetic Works (Poetiske Skrifter) came out in 1805 and appealed to a wider audience. From 1805 to 1809, he toured Europe and while in Italy, published Nordic Poems (1807). On his return to Denmark, he was appointed Professor of Aesthetics at the University. His best-known works include St. Hansaften-spil - a lyric drama - (Midsummer Night's Play - 1802), Aladdin (1805), the historical tragedy Hakon Jarl hin Rige (1807), Baldur hin Gode (Baldur the Good - 1807), Axel and Valborg (1808), Helge (1814), Hroars Saga (1817), Hrolf Krake (1828), Tordenskjold (1832), Dina (1842) and Kiartan of Gudrun (1847). Oehlenschlaeger is considered by many to be Denmark's national poet.

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
NAOX003 Ali and Gulhyndi 1808 37 242k eBook Download PDF - 'Ali and Gulhyndi' (NAOX003) Find a printed copy of Ali and Gulhyndi by Adam Oehlenschlaeger at AbeBooks
NAOX004 Death and His Victims c. 1820 3 93k eBook Download PDF - 'Death and His Victims' (NAOX004) Find a printed copy of Death and His Victims by Adam Oehlenschlaeger at AbeBooks
NAOX002 The Gold Horns [Danish/English] 1803 6 134k eBook Download PDF - 'The Gold Horns [Danish/English]' (NAOX002) Find a printed copy of The Gold Horns [Danish/English] by Adam Oehlenschlaeger at AbeBooks
NAOX001 Selected Poetry
  The Death-Raven
  Elvir-Shades
  Fridleif and Helga
  May Asda
  Nature's Temperaments
  The Violet-Gatherer
1805-1847 21 147k eBook Download PDF - 'Selected Poetry' (NAOX001) Find a printed copy of Selected Poetry by Adam Oehlenschlaeger at AbeBooks

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