a Swedish poet and translator, known simply as Sirenia. She was a member of the Kungliga Vetenskaps- och Vitterhetssamhället i Göteborg (The Royal Society of Science and Literature in Gothenburg). She was regularly published in the press in Gothenburg from 1760 onward and well known locally, where she was compared to Hedvig Charlotta Nordenflycht and called "The Sappho of Gothenburg" and "Our Sirén" (in reference to her name). In 1759, she was inducted to the Witterhets Klubben (The Literary Society), before she was inducted to its successor, Kungliga Vetenskaps- och Vitterhetssamhället i Göteborg. Later, she also translated foreign plays.
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