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Poul Martin Møller (1794–1838)

Møller, Poul Martin (mėl’lėr). A Danish poet, novelist, and philosophical writer; born at Veile, March 21, 1794; died at Copenhagen, March 13, 1838. He was professor of philosophy at Christiania, Norway, 1828–31, and at Copenhagen in 1831. Of a number of fine lyrics, the best known was his ‘Joy over Denmark.’ In fiction he wrote: ‘Eyvind the Skald,’ ‘A Danish Student’s Adventure,’ etc. His philosophical writings are contained in his ‘Posthumous Works’ (3d ed. 1856). He wrote also: ‘Notes Taken on a Journey to China.’ ‘Poetry and Prose,’ selections, appeared in 1891.