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by Henrik Wergeland,Ragnhild Galtung,Anne Born,Dagne Groven Myhren

ePub The Army of Truth: Selected Poems: In the historic fight to obtain equal rights for Jews in nineteenth-century Norway download
Author:
Henrik Wergeland,Ragnhild Galtung,Anne Born,Dagne Groven Myhren
ISBN13:
978-0299185305
ISBN:
0299185303
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University of Wisconsin Press; 1 edition (May 25, 2003)
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History & Criticism
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The Army of Truth book. One of Norway’s most celebrated literary figures of the nineteenth century, Henrik Wergeland worked tirelessly for the civil rights of Jews in Norway.

The Army of Truth book. He used the words and structure of his poetry to enliven the ideals of truth, freedom, and equality. This translated volume, containing several of Wergeland’s most prominent poems, beautifully encapsulates the compelling.

This English translation of Wergeland's poems on the plight of the Jews will make his struggle known to a broader .

-Vigdis Ystad, professor of Scandinavian literature, University of Oslo. Henrik Wergeland (1808–1845) was one of the main figures in Scandinavian Romanticism and ranks as one of Norway's greatest poets. Copublished with Thanks to Scandinavia, ww. hanksToScandinavia. org an educational an nonprofit organization.

In the historic fight to obtain equal rights for Jews in nineteenth-century Norway. Published May 25, 2003 by University of Wisconsin Press.

One of Norway's most celebrated literary figures of the nineteenth century, Henrik Wergeland worked tirelessly for the civil rights of Jews in Norway.

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Henrik Wergeland's battle for the abolition of the constitutional clause banning Jews .

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History of the Jews in Norway. The Jews in Norway are one of the country's smallest ethnic and religious minorities, but have lived in Norway since the late fifteenth century

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One of Norway’s most celebrated literary figures of the nineteenth century, Henrik Wergeland worked tirelessly for the civil rights of Jews in Norway. He used the words and structure of his poetry to enliven the ideals of truth, freedom, and equality. This translated volume, containing several of Wergeland’s most prominent poems, beautifully encapsulates the compelling force of his message, allowing its enduring influence to benefit a wider contemporary audience.