1784, Aug 211852, May 25
a Swedish writer, translator, poet and songwriter. Charlotta Berger debuted as a translator of foremost French poems. Early on, she started to publish her own poems in a number of papers, often historical anecdotes in the form of verse. Her composer spouse added music to some of her poems. Her most popular poem has been referred to as »Korset på Idas grav» (The Cross on Ida's Grave) (1816), a ballad printed as a song. She published several novels which went as serials in among others papers Aftonbladet, and poems in the magazine Magasin för konst, nyheter och moder between 1823 and 1844.
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