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Who is Adam Oehlenschläger?
Adam Oehlenschläger: Adam Gottlob Oehlenschläger was a Danish poet and playwright. He introduced romanticism into Danish literature.
- also known as 亞當·戈特洛布·奧倫施拉格; Эленшлегер, Адам Готлоб
- born on (236 years ago) in Vesterbro, Copenhagen
- nationality: Denmark
- education: University of Copenhagen
- profession: Playwright, poet
- died on (165 years ago) in Denmark
- written works: "Sanct Hansaften-spil", "Guldhornene", "Thors Reise til Jotunheim", "Axel and Valborg", "Baldur hin Gode", "Palnatoke", "Correggio", "Den lille Hyrdedreng", "Nordens Guder", "Erik og Abel", "Væringerne i Miklagaard", "Hrolf Krake", "Tordenskjold", "Dronning Margrethe", "Sokrates", "Olaf den Hellige", "Knud den Store", "Dina", "Erik Glipping", "Kiartan og Gudrun"
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by Donald Haase
As the first translator of tales by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm into Danish, Adam Oehlenschläger helped introduce the fairy tale into the literary tradition during the era of Romanticism.
by John Michael Cooper
For textual and topical sources, Hartmann often looked to Danish and Scandinavian literature and mythology, especially those of Danish poet/ playwright Adam Oehlenschläger (1779–1850) and Danish author Hans Christian Andersen ...
by Ulrich Marzolph, Richard van Leeuwen, Hassan Wassouf
A highly influential artistic rendering of the story was made by the Danish playwright Adam Oehlenschläger (1805). Oral versions of the tale as a rule do not predate 1850 and are bound to constitute more or less adapted retellings from the ...
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