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Who is Amalie Skram?
Amalie Skram was a Norwegian author and feminist who gave voice to a woman's point of view with her naturalist writing. She moved to Denmark in 1894 where she settled in Copenhagen with her husband, the Danish writer Erik Skram. She is considered the most important female writer of the Modern Breakthrough.
- also known as Amalie Mueller, Berthe Amalie Alver
- born on (169 years ago) in Bergen, child of Mons Monsen Alver and Ingeborg Lovise Sivertsen
- nationality: Norway
- profession: Writer, novelist
- died on (110 years ago) in Copenhagen
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Second Supplement to the Dictionary Catalogue of the Public School Library of Grand Rapids, Mich (1898)
by Grand Rapids Public School (Grand Rapids, Mich.). Library
Woman naturalist: Amalie Skram. (In Six modern women.) ...
Encyclopedia of the Novel (2014)
by Paul Schellinger
Women writers also took upthesubject of maritalunhappiness, includingSkram's wife, theNorwegian Amalie Skram, whose personal experience in a previous marriage lentforceto fictional descriptions of conjugal misery. Olivia Levison provided ...
Amalie Skram (1847), Kristofersen (1851), Krogh, Gunnar Heiberg, Hamsun, and others. Speaking generally, these authors, all novelists except Ibsen and Heiberg, show a strenuous desire for ...
Chambers's Encyclopaedia (1901)
A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge
Amalie Skram (1847), Kristofersen (1851), Krogh, Gunnar Heiberg, Hamsun, and others. Speaking generally, these authors, all novelists except Ibsen and Heiberg, show a strenuous desire for truth, great earnestness, a strongly realistic way ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information by Hugh Chisholm
A novelist of considerable crude force was Amalie Skram (1847-1905), wife of the Danish novelist, Erik Skram.
An International Work of Reference, Complete in Twelve Volumes, with 7000 Illustrations, Colored Plates, Colored Maps and Engravings
Amalie Skram. Thomas and W. Krag. C. Elster. Hans Aanrud. Knut Hamsun.
NELSON'S ENCYCLOPAEDIA (1907)
Amalie Skram, Thomas and W. Krag. Christian Elster, Knut Hamsun, and Hans Aanrud— the last named one of the very few ...
by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby
Amalie Skram (b.1857), and still more recently, Knut Hamsun, Gabriel Finne, and Vilhelm Krag. Consult: Horn, History of the Literature of ...
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