Synonyms for poetiske or Related words with poetiske

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Examples of "poetiske"
Aladdin, or the Wonderful Lamp is a play by Adam Oehlenschläger. The play was published in "Poetiske Skrifter, bind 2" from 1805.
In 1855, Liebenberg published a shortened edition of Christian Hvid Bredahl's "Dramatiske Scener I-VI" or "Dramatic Scenes". In 1856, came Holberg's 'Peter Paars', and in 1857 Frantz Johannes Hansen's "Poetiske Skrifter I-II" or 'Poetic Works'. From 1857 to 1865, he completed his 32-volume work on Oehlenschläger's "Poetiske Skrifter" or "Poetic Works" in 32 volumes. Oehlenschläger was an author Liebenberg had known as a young man and had learned to love. He then published a revised version of Charlotte Biehl's free translation of 'Don Quixote' I-II (1865–1869) and new versions of Ludvig Holberg's "Heltehistorier" or "Stories of Heroes" (1864–1865), "Mindre poetiske Skrifter" or "Less Poetic Writings" (1866) and "Kirkehistorie" or "Church History" (1867–1868).
He published several volumes mostly dealing with Norwegian art in the Middle Ages. He published "Læredigtet i Nordens poetiske Literatur " (1860), "Kivle-Slaatten. Thema og Variationer over et norsk Folkesagn. Et polemisk Digt" (1879) and numerous other works. After examining Danish and Swedish 18th century literature, he published two-volume "Omrids af den norske Poesis Historie" (1866-1869). It was the first presentation of Norway's history and development of literature from folk tales.
During Denmark's Golden Age, literature centred on Romantic thinking. It was introduced in 1802 by the philosopher Henrik Steffens who gave a successful series of lectures at Elers Kollegium. He presented the main themes of German romanticism, emphasising the relationship between nature, history and mankind. The movement was maintained by the romanticists, especially Adam Oehlenschläger (1779–1850). Remembered today for his "Digte" (1803) and "Poetiske Skrifter" (1805), Oehlenschläger quickly became the leading poet in Denmark. Bernhard Severin Ingemann (1789–1862) also published a collection of romantic poems before producing first a number of plays, then a successful series of novels and finally a number of fine religious poems which, after being set to music, became an important addition to the hymns sung in Danish churches.
During Denmark's Golden Age (1800–1850), literature centred on Romantic thinking. It was introduced in 1802 by the philosopher Henrik Steffens who gave a successful series of lectures at Elers Kollegium. He presented the main themes of German romanticism, emphasising the relationship between nature, history and mankind. The movement was maintained by the romanticists, especially Adam Oehlenschläger (1779–1850). Remembered today for his "Digte" (1803) and "Poetiske Skrifter" (1805), Oehlenschläger quickly became the leading poet in Denmark. Bernhard Severin Ingemann (1789–1862) also published a collection of romantic poems before producing first a number of plays, then a successful series of novels and finally a number of fine religious poems which, after being set to music, became an important addition to the hymns sung in Danish churches.