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Erik Bögh (1822–1899)

Bögh, Erik (bėg). A Danish poet and dramatist; born in Copenhagen, Jan. 17, 1822; died there, Aug. 17, 1899. He is best known for his witty stanzas and epigrams in periodicals, for ‘This and That,’ a collection of humorous essays, and for many plays and farces. A novel, ‘Jonas Tvärmose’s Vexations,’ has merit.