1809, Apr 91859, May 20
a Norwegian writer. After some years as a widow she also debuted as a moralistic writer. In 1843 she released the book En Moders veiledende Ord til sin Datter ("A Mother's Guiding Words to her Daughter"). It was released anonymously, but translated to Danish, German and English. In time she used her real name and published several books, including textbooks for missionaries. Memoirs were published posthumously in 1861, and a collection of her letters was published in 1885. In March 1854 she married Knud Gislesen. From 1856 they lived in Tromsø where her husband was bishop.
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