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Magnus Jacob Crusenstolpe (1795–1865)

Crusenstolpe, Magnus Jacob (krö’zen-stol-pe). A Swedish novelist and publicist (1795–1865). He won considerable distinction with a series of historico-romantic tales, ‘Little Stories’; but his fame rests mainly on his work as a public journalist, historian, biographer, and politician. His works of fiction became in a degree political or progressist pamphlets; e.g., ‘The Moor, or the House of Holstein-Gottorp in Sweden.’