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Peder Ludvig Møller (1814–1865)

Möller, Peder Ludvig (mėl’lėr). A Danish poet and art critic; born at Aalborg, April 18, 1814; died at Rouen, Dec. 7, 1865. He spent the last fifteen years of his life in Paris. He published: ‘Lyrical Poems’ (1840); ‘Critical Sketches’ (1847); ‘Pictures and Songs’ (1847); ‘Falling of the Leaves’ (1855, under the pseudonym of “Otto Sommer”); and the interesting work ‘Modern Comedy in France and Denmark’ (1858).