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Anna Bloch
Anna Kirstine Bloch (née Lindemann; 2 February 1868, in Horsens – 25 November 1953, in Copenhagen) was a Danes, Danish actress. Early life Anna Lindemann's mother Bodil Margrethe Gylding (1838–1875) died when she was seven years old. Her father Johan Sørensen Lindemann (1825–1909) was a doctor in Horsens. She was taught privately, and consistently showed an enthusiasm for the theatre. Her father regarded acting as an unsuitable profession but eventually allowed her to join the Royal Danish Theatre after talking to its general director Edvard Fallesen. Career At the Royal Theatre, Anna Lindemann was a student of and debuted in 1885 as Titania in William Shakespeare's ''A Midsummer Night's Dream''. Between her first two roles she was taught by her husband to be, . Together they wrote ''Miss Nelly'' in 1886, in which she later played the main role. After their marriage in Summer 1887, she took her husband's surname. Anna Bloch's breakthrough came in 1888 as Trine in ''Apr ...
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Horsens
Horsens () is a city on the east coast of Jutland region of Denmark. It is the seat of the Horsens municipality. The city's population is 59,966 (1 January 2021) and the municipality's population is 90,370 (), making it the 8th largest city in Denmark. Horsens is best known for its culture and entertainment events. Horsens New Theatre is a cultural centre which holds over 200 events annually. It has managed to draw major names such as Bob Dylan, Madonna (entertainer), Madonna, One Direction, Paul McCartney and The Rolling Stones. __TOC__ Geography Horsens lies at the end of Horsens Fjord in eastern Jutland. The city is surrounded by typical moraine landscape with low hills and valleys created by glaciers during the last ice ages. Horsens is south of Aarhus and north of Vejle, and approximately from Copenhagen. History It is believed the name Horsens derives from the Danish language, old Danish words ''hors'' (horse) and ''næs'' (naze, headland). The name 'Horsens' has been ...
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The Power Of Darkness
''The Power of Darkness'' (russian: Власть тьмы, Vlast′ t′my) is a five- act drama Drama is the specific Mode (literature), mode of fiction Mimesis, represented in performance: a Play (theatre), play, opera, mime, ballet, etc., performed in a theatre, or on Radio drama, radio or television.Elam (1980, 98). Considered as a ... by Leo Tolstoy Count Lev Nikolayevich TolstoyTolstoy pronounced his first name as , which corresponds to the romanization ''Lyov''. () (; russian: link=no, Лев Николаевич Толстой,In Tolstoy's day, his name was written as in pre-reform .... Written in 1886, the play's production was forbidden in Russia until 1902, mainly through the influence of Konstantin Pobedonostsev Konstantin Petrovich Pobedonostsev ( rus, Константи́н Петро́вич Победоно́сцев, p=kənstɐnʲˈtʲin pʲɪˈtrovʲɪtɕ pəbʲɪdɐˈnostsɨf; 21 May 1827 – 23 March 1907) was a Russian jurist, statesman, a ...
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Danish Women Memoirists
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Burials At Vestre Cemetery, Copenhagen
Burial, also known as interment or inhumation, is a method of Disposal of human corpses, final disposition wherein a dead person or non-human animal is placed into the ground, sometimes with objects. This is usually accomplished by excavating a pit or trench, placing the deceased and objects in it, and covering it over. A funeral is a ceremony that accompanies the final disposition. Humans have been burying their dead since shortly after the origin of the species. Burial is often seen as indicating respect for the dead. It has been used to prevent the odor of decay, to give family members closure and prevent them from witnessing the decomposition of their loved ones, and in many cultures it has been seen as a necessary step for the deceased to enter the afterlife or to give back to the cycle of life. Methods of burial may be heavily ritualized and can include natural burial (sometimes called "green burial"); embalming or mummification; and the use of containers for the dead, ...
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1953 Deaths
Events January * January 1 – American country music singer-songwriter Hank Williams Death of Hank Williams, dies in his car age 29 from alcohol abuse and drug problems, following an undiagnosed case of Spina bifida, spina bifida occulta on his way to a concert at Canton, Ohio. * January 5 – Samuel Beckett's play ''Waiting for Godot'' has its public stage première in French, as ''En attendant Godot'', at the Théâtre de Babylone in Paris. * January 6 – The Asian Socialist Conference opens in Rangoon, Burma. * January 7 – United States President Harry S. Truman announces the United States has developed a hydrogen bomb. * January 9 – In Montreal, Montréal, Madame le Corbeau, Marguerite Pitre is the thirteenth, and last, woman hanged in Canada. * January 12 – Estonian émigrés found a Estonian government-in-exile, government-in-exile in Oslo. * January 13 – "Doctors' plot": The state newspaper ''Pravda'' publishes an article alleging ...
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1868 Births
Events January–March * January 2 Events Pre-1600 *AD 69, 69 – The Roman legions in Germania Superior refuse to swear loyalty to Galba. They rebel and proclaim Vitellius as emperor. * 366 – The Alemanni cross the frozen Rhine in large numbers, invading the Roman Em ... – British Expedition to Abyssinia The British Expedition to Abyssinia was a rescue mission and punitive expedition carried out in 1868 by the armed forces of the British Empire against the Ethiopian Empire The Ethiopian Empire (), also formerly known by the exonym An endo ...: Robert Napier leads an expedition to free captive British officials and missionaries. * January 3 Events Pre-1600 * 69 – The Roman legions on the Rhine refuse to declare their allegiance to Galba Galba (; born Servius Sulpicius Galba; 24 December 3 BC – 15 January AD 69) was a Roman emperor The Roman emperor was the ruler of t ... – The 15-year-old Mutsuhito, Emperor M ...
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Salmonsens Konversationsleksikon
''Salmonsens Konversationsleksikon'' is a Danish Danish may refer to: * Something of, from, or related to the country of Denmark * A national or citizen of Denmark, also called a "Dane", see Demographics of Denmark * Danish people or Danes, people with a Danish ancestral or ethnic identity * Danis ... encyclopedia An encyclopedia (American English), encyclopædia (archaic spelling), or encyclopaedia (British English) is a reference work or compendium providing summaries of knowledge either from all branches or from a particular field or discipline. ... that has been published in several editions. The first edition, ''Salmonsens Store Illustrerede Konversationsleksikon'' was published in nineteen volumes 1893–1911 by Brødrene Salmonsens Forlag, and named after the publisher Isaac Salmonsen. The second edition, ''Salmonsens Konversationsleksikon'', was published in 26 volumes 1915–1930, under the editorship of Christian Blangstrup (volume 1–21), and Johannes Br ...
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Rosinante (publisher)
Gyldendalske Boghandel, Nordisk Forlag Aktieselskab, A/S, usually referred to simply as Gyldendal () is a Denmark, Danish publishing house. Founded in 1770 by Søren Gyldendal, it is the oldest and largest publishing house in Denmark, offering a wide selection of books including fiction, non-fiction and dictionary, dictionaries. Prior to 1925, it was also the leading publishing house in Norway, and it published all of Henrik Ibsen's works. In 1925, a Norwegian publishing house named Gyldendal Norsk Forlag ("Gyldendal Norwegian Publishing House") was founded, having bought rights to Norwegian authors from Gyldendal. Gyldendal is a public company and its shares are traded on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange (, ). Gyldendal stopped the print version of their encyclopedia in 2006, focusing instead on selling paid subscriptions for its online encyclopediaDen Store Danske By 2008 it had decided that it needed another approach to support that online site.Noam Cohen ''The New York Times'' ...
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Vestre Cemetery
Vestre Cemetery ( da, Vestre Kirkegård, meaning "Western Cemetery") is located in a large park setting in the Kongens Enghave district of Copenhagen, Denmark. With its 54 hectares it is the largest cemetery in Denmark. The cemetery is landscaped and serves as an important Urban open space, open space, in which people take a stroll, and look at the old graves and monuments. It is located southwest of the Indre By, city center, between the Enghave station, Enghave, Sydhavn station, Sydhavn, Sjælør station, Sjælør and Valby station, Valby train stations on Copenhagen's S-train system, and right next to the historic Carlsberg (district), Carlsberg neighbourhood. The cemetery is one of five run by Copenhagen municipality. The other cemeteries are Assistens Cemetery (Copenhagen), Assistens Cemetery, Brønshøj Cemetery, Sundby Cemetery, and Bispebjerg Cemetery. The cemetery has a Catholic section, and next to that is a Jewish cemetery (the Jewish Western Cemetery (Copenhagen), ...
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Radio Drama
Radio drama (or audio drama, audio play, radio play, radio theatre, or audio theatre) is a dramatized, purely acoustic performance A performance is an act of staging or presenting a play, concert, or other form of entertainment. It is also defined as the action or process of carrying out or accomplishing an action, task, or function. Management science In the work place .... With no visual component, radio drama Drama is the specific Mode (literature), mode of fiction Mimesis, represented in performance: a Play (theatre), play, opera, mime, ballet, etc., performed in a theatre, or on Radio drama, radio or television.Elam (1980, 98). Considered as a g ... depends on dialogue, music and sound effects to help the listener imagine the characters and story: "It is auditory in the physical dimension but equally powerful as a visual force in the psychological dimension." Radio drama includes plays specifically written for radio, docudrama A docudrama (or documentary dra ...
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Clara Pontoppidan
Clara Pontoppidan (23 April 1883 – 22 January 1975), also known as Clara Wieth, was a Denmark, Danish actress. She worked mainly in Swedish and Danish silent films, including ''A Victim of the Mormons'' (Denmark, 1911). Personal life Clara Pontoppidan was married to actor Carlo Wieth from 20 October 1906 until their divorce in 1917. She died in 1975, aged 91, in Copenhagen and is buried in Ordrup Cemetery. Selected filmography * ''The Picture of Dorian Gray (1910 film), Dorian Grays Portræt'' (1910) * ''A Victim of the Mormons'' (1911) * ''The Miracle (1913 film), The Miracle'' (1913) * ''The Clergyman'' (1914) * ''A Good Girl Keeps Herself in Good Order'' (1914) * ''Häxan'' (1922) * ''En kvinde er overflødig'' (1957) Awards * 1931 Ingenio et Arti gold medal * 1937 Tagea Brandt Rejselegat * 1958 Bodil Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role References External links

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Jens Christian Hostrup
Jens Christian Hostrup (20 May 1818 in Copenhagen – 21 November 1892 in Frederiksberg) was a Danish language, Danish poet, dramatist and priest. Comforting and encouraging the people, he created poems that filled the hearts of his compatriots. His precise personal and environmental descriptions, as well as succinct dialogue, were welcomed by the critics and contemporaries. His dramas were on current topics such as feminism, free love and home, maybe one of the reasons why he often used the pseudonym Jens Kristrup (Christrup). Life Son of Peter Hostrup and Carol Anne Johanne, née Irgens, the young Jens was raised in a musical family. His father played the violin, but died shortly after 1830. He began his studies at the Metropolitanskolen, Metropolitan College and was admitted to the literature and drama class in 1837. After 1837 he began studying theology. He lived in the students dorm and took part in student associations, entering into a number of contacts and making new friends ...
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