A History of Danish Literature

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INDEX
OF AUTHORS, TRANSLATORS, AND TITLES
*According to international usage, œ (ä) and ø (ö) are treated as ae and oe.
Aage and Else,43
Aage og Else ( Kidde), 186, 203, 228ff.
Aakjær, Jeppe, 200, 208, 209f, 224
Aandelige Siunge-Koor,67f.
Aandens Stadier,223
Aarestrup, Emil, 161, 164f.
Abell, Kield, 258f., 262ff., 273
Abildgaard, Ove, 287, 289
Abracadabra,86
Abrahamson, Werner, 113
Adam Homo,161ff.
Adam of Bremen, 28
Adam og Eva,95
Adam, Ronald, 262fn.
Addison, Joseph, 88
Adel, Gejstligbed, Borger og Bonde,226
Adventures of a Banknote, The,100
Adventures on Foot,169f.
Æbletid,224
Ælnoth, 27
Æsop's Fables, 61, 72
Æstetik og Udvikling,223
Af en endnu Levendes Papirer,142
Afrodites Boldspil,207
Afsluttende uvidenskabelige Efterskrift,148
Afterwards265
Agnete og Havmanden,151
Ahnfrau, Die,137
Aladdin,110f., 113
Aladdin; or The Wonderful Lamp, 110fn.
Alanus ab insulis27
Alexander, Henry, 80fn.
Alice in Wonderland,155
Allegiance to Salomon,56, 58, 72
Allwood, Martin, 273fn.
Alt krœver jeg,244, 272
Ambrosius,91
American-Scandinavian Review, The, 196fn., 218fn., 226fn., 270fn., 284fn.
Amoenitates philologicae,89
Amor og Psyche,162
Amphitryon,256
Amtmandens Døttre,172
Anakreon, 157, 164
Andersen, Hans Christian, 119, 124, 137, 139, 142f., 150ff., 165, 182, 190, 196, 218, 220, 227f., 270, 300
Andersen, Knud, 299
Andersen, Vilhelm, 99
Andersen of Slagelse, Legend of,27
Anders Suneson, 26
Andrézel, Pierre (i.e., Karen Blixen) 275
Angelus Silesius, 89
Angst,270
Annales Colbazienses,28
Anna Sophie Hedvig,263f.
Anouilh, Jean, 272
Ansgar, 25
Anti-Spectator,87
Anubis,289
April i Danmark,289
Aprilsnarrene,140
Arabiske Pulver, Det(The Arabian Powder),85
Arabiske Telte, De(The Arabian Tents),255
Argenis,70
Aristokraternes Catechismus,101
Arnold, Gottfried, 89
Arrebo, Anders, 60, 63, 67, 72
Ars poetica ( Reenberg), 70
Arthurian legend,44f.
Asbjørnsen, P.C., 156, 172
Asfaltens Sange,235
Assenat,70
Astreé,69, 72f.
Athenœum,291f., 295
Atlantic Monthly,297
Atlantis,225, 233
Auden, W. H., 289, 293
Aulularia,57
Axel og Valborg,111
Bagger, Carl, 166, 168
Baggesen, Jens, 98ff., 107, 110, 130, 140
Balders Død,95
Baldur hin Gode,111, 113
Balfour-Browne, V.E., 208fn., 229fn.
Ballade paa Nytorv,250
Bang, Herman, 180, 185ff., 225, 228
Bannister, Estrid, 267fn.
Barbara,267, 299
Barbusse, Henri, 234
Barclay, John, 69f.
Barfoed, Viggo, 288fn.
Baring-Gould, S., 117fn.
Barlow, Joel, 119
Barndommens Gade,268f.
Barnet,250
Barnet leger ved Stranden,270
Barnlige Sjœle,226
Barselstuen,84, 152
Baudelaire, Charles, 204, 222, 272
Bauditz, Sophus, 188f., 253

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