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Sigrid Lidströmer

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Name  Sigrid Lidstromer
Role  Author
Died  1942

Sigrid Lidströmer (1866–1942), grand daughter of the architect Fredrik August Lidströmer, was a Swedish author, polemicist and translator. She wrote articles in the Swedish literary gazette Idun, wrote and translated songs, novels, short stories, polemical articles, and poems from and to Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian, Danish, German, French and English.

She corresponded with Oscar Wilde and translated his The Ballad of Reading Gaol into Swedish.

Her main interests were women's rights, education, literary debate and general human rights.

References

Sigrid Lidströmer Wikipedia


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