1821, Sep 21908, Feb 21
a Swedish writer. She is regarded to be the first crime novel author of her country and has been referred to as Sweden's Edgar Allan Poe. Ljungstedt displayed talent early on but her mother disapproved of a literary career as unsuitable as this would make her a public person. After having married, she was free to write with the support of her spouse. She debuted in the 1840s and wrote anonymously until her pseudonym was unintentionally exposed in the 1870s.
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