1814, May 311885, May 17
a Norwegian writer. He was a notable nationalist writer in the middle of the nineteenth century. Already while studying he wrote extensively, in the magazines Urda and Granskeren. Granskeren was issued by Ludvig Kristensen Daa, a friend of Christie. Christie was also involved in the dispute between Henrik Wergeland and Johan Sebastian Welhaven, on the former's side. He debated questions on the Norwegian language, especially in the Norwegian Students' Society; in 1843 he released Om det norske Sprogs Retskrivning: et Fors√łg. He had high ambitions, and wanted to publish a thesis on Norwegian legends, but only managed to publish one chapter, in the journal Norsk Tidsskrift for Videnskab og Litteratur.
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