- Author:Bang Herman 1857-1912
- Publisher:Nabu Press (September 29, 2011)
- Pages:300 pages
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Herman Joachim Bang (20 April 1857 – 29 January 1912) was a Danish journalist and author, one of the men of the Modern Breakthrough. Bang was born in Asserballe, on the small Danish island of Als, the son of a South Jutlandic vicar (a relative of . .
Herman Joachim Bang (20 April 1857 – 29 January 1912) was a Danish journalist and author, one of the men of the Modern Breakthrough. Bang was born in Asserballe, on the small Danish island of Als, the son of a South Jutlandic vicar (a relative of N. F. S. Grundtvig). His family history was marked by insanity and disease. When he was twenty he published two volumes of critical essays on the realistic movement.
Ved Vejen (meaning By the Wayside or At the Roadside) is a short novel written by the Danish author Herman Bang in 1886. It was originally published in Copenhagen by Det Schubotheske Forlag as part of a collection of four stories entitled Stille Eksistenser (Quiet Existences), centering on women who are subdued or living in isolation. It was first published independently in 1898
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Herman Bang (1857 1912) was a Danish author, one of the men of the Modern Breakthrough. Bang is primarily concerned with the "quiet existences", the disregarded and ignored people living boring and apparently unimportant lives. This volume includes his famous retelling of the Phaedra myth.
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Herman Bang, (born April 21, 1857, island of Als, De. died Jan. 29, 1912, Ogden, Utah, . novelist who was a major Danish representative of literary Impressionism. His work reflected the profound pessimism of his time. Bang was the son of a clergyman. Herman Bang, another prominent novelist, was interested primarily in the outsiders of life and in insignificant people. His skillful, mainly impressionistic technique is displayed in his best novels: Ved vejen (1886; By the Way-Side ), Tine (1889; Eng. trans. Tine), Ludvigsbakke (1896; Eng. Ida Brandt). et moderne gennembrud.
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Herman Joachim Bang (April 20, 1857 in Duchy of Schleswig - January 29, 1912 in Ogden, Utah) was a Danish writer and one of the men of the Modern Break-Through. Bang was born of a noble family on the small Danish island of Als, the son of a South Jutlandic vicar (a relative of Grundtvig), but his family history was struck by insanity and diseases. In 1880 he published his novel Haablose Slaegter (Families without hope), which at once aroused attention. The main character was a young man who had a relationship with an older woman. The book was considered pornographic at the time and was banned.
Herman Bang - Herman Joachim Bang (April 20, 1857 in Asserballe, Schleswig January 29, 1912 in Ogden, Utah) was a Danish writer and one of the men of the Modern Break Through.