Per Daniel Amadeus Atterbom

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The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Atterbom, Per Daniel Amadeus

 

Born Jan. 19, 1790, in Åsbo; died July 21,1855, in Uppsala. Swedish poet.

Atterbom was one of the representatives of the so-called phosphorists (from the name of the journal Phosphoros, in the publication of which Atterbom participated). They represented the reactionary trend in Swedish romanticism. In his dramatized fairy tale The Blue Bird (1814), in the romantic drama The Isle of Bliss (1824–27), and in his narrative poems and romances Atterbom used plots and characters drawn from folklore. He also wrote the book Swedish Seers and Skalds (1841–55).

WORKS

Samlade dikter, vols. 1–6. Örebro, 1854–63.
Samlade skrifter, vols. 1–4. Örebro, 1859–64.

REFERENCES

Axberger, G. Den unge Atterbom. Uppsala, 1936.
Tykesson, E. Atterbom: En levnadsteckning. Stockholm, 1954.
The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Essays in the second section address modern European literature, including the multiple dependency of Swedish Romanticism on German ideas and ideals, using autobiographical texts on travels by Atterbom and Silfversolpe as examples; the late 19th and early 20th-century success of Scandinavian literature in Flanders and the Netherlands; French modernist lyrics and their connection to physics concepts; and the poetics of Jan Kjaerstad.
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Among the writers and others who are at least as significant in their relationship to Cervantes as a minor figure like Aubigne (who is accorded no less than 16 columns of space), and who are completely absent are Jose Abaurre y Mesa, Rafael Alberti, George Almar, Eduardo Alonso, Serafin and Joaquin Alvarez Quintero, Enrique Anderson Imbert, Carlos Anso, Luis Anton del Olmet, Fernando Arrabal, Juan Jose Arreola, Per Daniel Amadeus Atterbom, Rene Aviles, Francisco Ayala, Rafael Azcona, Eduardo Barriobero y Herran, Gustavo Adolfo Becquer, Juan Francisco Bedregal, Max Beerbohm, Jacinto Benavente, Esteban Borrero Echeavarria, Mikhail Bulgakov, Lord Byron, Anthony Burgess, Jose Camon Aznar, Henri Cain, Jean Camp, Jose de Canizares--to name some of the most obvious.
According to Runyan and Atterbom (1990), "Exercise training can reduce the prevalence of many of the conditions that promote cardiovascular disease and that limit functional capacity in dialysis patients" (p.
Increased exercise has additional physical benefits particularly relevant to hemodialysis patients including improved lipid metabolism, glucose tolerance, and insulin sensitivity (Runyan & Atterbom, 1990).
Although Muller befriended August Sigismund Ruhl (Deutsche Romantik, II, 1476), one of the few Nazarenes who actually broke his bond with the brotherhood, he seems to have found the company of Per Daniel Amadeus Atterbom, the Swedish Romantic, more congenial.
Other works are Blommorna (1812; "The Flowers"), a cycle of poems envisioning eternal life beyond death; the unfinished Fagel bla (1814; "The Blue Bird"); and the six-volume Svenska siare och skalder (1841-55; "Swedish Prophets and Poets"), a six-volume work distinguished for its style and erudition that earned Atterbom the rank of Sweden's first great literary historian.
Atterbom in Svenska siare och skalder (Swedish Seers and Bards, 1841-1855), the first modern book of Swedish literary history.
In the same volume, Atterbom describes Lidner's poem in a similar way.
In Denmark there were, after Moller: Steen Steensen Blicher, Thomasine Countess Gyllembourg-Ehrensvard, and Carl Bernhard; in Sweden and Swedish Finland, amongst others, Daniel Atterbom (who is credited with having coined the term 'Poetic Realism') and Ludvig Runeberg.