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Johannes Fibiger (1821–1897)

Fibiger, Johannes Henrik Tauber (fib’ē-ger). A Danish poet; born at Nykjöbing, Jan. 27, 1821; died on Nov. 13, 1897. He wrote dramas founded on Biblical history,—‘Jephtha’s Daughter’ (1849); ‘Jeremiah’ (1850); ‘John the Baptist’ (1857); also a few secular tragedies, the most notable among them being ‘Cross and Love’ (1858) and ‘The Everlasting Struggle’ (1878); and a narrative poem in 16 cantos, ‘The Gray Friars’ (1880).