A History of Danish Literature

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F. J. Billeskov Jansen is Professor Emeritus of Danish Literature at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. His books include Sources vives de la Pensée de Montaigne ( 1935), Danmarks Digtekunst, 3 vols. ( 1944-58), Søren Kierkegaards litterære Kunst ( 1951), Ludvig Holberg ( 1974), and numerous editions of Danish authors.
David W. Colbert has a doctorate in Scandinavian languages and literature from the University of Washington, Seattle. He is the author of The Birth of the Ballad: The Scandinavian Medieval Genre ( 1989) and the translator of Christmas in Scandinavia (forthcoming from the University of Nebraska Press).
Poul Houe is professor of Scandinavian languages and literature and director of the Center for Nordic Studies at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. The founding editor of The Nordic Roundtable Papers, he has published Carl Th. Dreyer's Cinematic Humanism ( 1992) for that series.
Faith Ingwersen has a doctorate from the University of Chicago and is the former coeditor of Scandinavian Studies ( 1986-90). She is the coauthor of Martin A. Hansen ( 1976) and Quests for a Promised Land ( 1984).
Niels Ingwersen is professor of Scandinavian studies at the University of Wisconsin- Madison. He is the coauthor of Martin A. Hansen ( 1976) and Quests for a Promised Land ( 1984).
W. Glyn Jones is professor of Scandinavian studies at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, England. His books include Johannes Jørgensens modne år ( 1964), William Heinesen ( 1974), Færø og kosmos ( 1974), and Vägen från Mumindalen ( 1981).
P. M. Mitchell has taught at the universities of Cornell, Harvard, Kansas, Illinois, Wisconsin, Århus ( Denmark), and Göttingen ( Germany). He is curator of the

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A History of Danish Literature
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • A History of Scandinavian Literatures ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction xv
  • 2 - From the Reformation to the Baroque 71
  • 3 - The Age of Enlightenment 121
  • 4 - From Romanticism to Realism 167
  • References 542
  • 9 - Danish and Faroese Women Writers 587
  • Bibliography 633
  • The Contributors 657
  • Index 659
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