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Andreas Munch (1811–1884)

Munch, Andreas (mönċh). A Norwegian poet and dramatist; born at Christiania, Oct. 19, 1811; died near Copenhagen, June 27, 1884. He was an editor (1841–46) and professor in the university (1866) at Christiania. His chief works were ‘Ephemera’ (1836), his first effort; ‘King Sverre’s Youth’ (1837), a drama; ‘The Singer’ (1838); ‘Poems Old and New’ (1848); ‘Pictures from North and South’ (1848), in prose; ‘New Poems’ (1850); ‘Grief and Consolation’ (1852), his most successful production; ‘Lord William Russell’ (3d ed. 1888), a tragedy; ‘An Evening at Giske’ (1855), a historical drama.