Julius Villiam Gudmand-Høyer

Julius Villiam Gudmand-Høyer (13 June 1841 – 8 September 1915) was a Danish teacher, librarian, novelist, and playwright. Gudmand-Høyer's works are considered to belong to a genre called schoolteacher literature [da], which flourished in Denmark from the middle of the 19th century to the First World War.[1]

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Selected worksEdit

NovelsEdit

  • Den hvide Pige paa Bogø (The White Girl on Bogø)
  • Katrine Kulovn
  • Kjærligheds Sejr (Victory of Love)
  • Sorte Ellen og Hendes Søn (Black Ellen and her Son, later dramatized)

PlaysEdit

  • To Fortællinger (Two Tales)
  • Don Juan i Knibe (Don Juan in Trouble)
  • Frieri ved Kommisjonær (Courtship by Commissioner)

Edited collectionsEdit

  • Nye og gamle Viser af og for Danske Folk (New and old Shows by and for Danish People)
  • Fortegnelse over den classenske bogsamling i Nykjøbing paa Falster (List of the classical book collection in Nykjøbing on Falster)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Oskar Thyregod: Lærerne og skønlitteraturen (The teachers and fiction . Copenhagen, 1914. Illustrated.