A History of Danish Literature

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The incentive to write this book came from Dr. Henry Goddard Leach of The American-Scandinavian Foundation. The constructive criticism needed for its completion was provided by Professor F. J. Billeskov Jansen of the University of Copenhagen.

My colleagues Professors William D. Paden and Oswald P. Backus read the first draft of the manuscript for style and historical interpretation. Dr. Aage Kabell made numerous suggestions about its factual content. Professor Holger Nygard advised me regarding the Danish folk ballads. Mr. George Herman, M. A., helped prepare the English version of the introductory chapter. Miss Nancy Jamison, M. A., assisted editorially with several chapters. Dr. Svend Dahl has seen the volume trough the press.

To the staffs of the Royal Library in Copenhagen and the library of the University of Kansas I am grateful for many kindnesses during a period of several years. I have also been privileged to use the Harvard College Library and the library of the University of Wisconsin.

Financial assistance from the University of Kansas Endowment Association and the University's general research fund enabled me to spend two summers at the Royal Library. A Fulbright grant gave me the opportunity to augment and complete the manuscript in Denmark and, above all, to benefit from the counsels of Professor Billeskov Jansen.

The publication of the book in its present form has been made possible by the coöperation of the Danish Ministry of Education.

P. M. MITCHELL

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