Amalie Skram (novelist)
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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 (168 years ago) in Bergen, child of Mons Monsen Alver and Ingeborg Lovise Sivertsen
- nationality: Norway
- profession: Writer, novelist
- parent of Ludvig Müller
- died on (109 years ago) in Copenhagen
- written works: "Madam Høiers leiefolk", "Karens Jul", "Lucie", "Fru Ines", "Constance Ring", "Forraadt", "Sjur Gabriel", "To Venner", "S.G. Myre", "Afkom", "Børnefortellinger", "Kjærlighed i Nord og Syd", "Agnete", "Professor Hieronimu", "Paa St. Jørgen", "Mellom Slagene", "Sommer", "Julehelg", "Mennesker", "Hellemyrsfolket"
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