1803, Nov 261872, Jul 23
a Swedish writer, poet, translator, and lyricist. She worked under the pseudonym "Wilhelmina". She began back in 1819 to contribute to Stockholm magazine , etc. magazines with poems, signed Wilhelmina and debuted in 1826 with My Lyra's first tones. Her later literary products consists of a few works in bound form, including Diodes and Lydia (1841), as well as depictions of everyday life, such as Major Müller's Daughters (1845). She also wrote children's books, street- and charade collections etc. These works were generally a large readership; in Germany and Denmark stated that they sometimes works of "wife Carlén and Uncle Adam."
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