This book is a longawaited introduction to one of the most influential thinkers from 19th century Denmark, Nicolai Frederik Severin Grundtvig (1783-1872). In ten chapters the reader is introduced to the many aspects of Grundtvig’s life and work: as a romantic, mythologist, pastor, historian, educator, hymnwriter, politician, and Dane. Grundtvig is situated in a broader historical context, supported by many examples from his writings. This informative and handy book is written by Anders Holm, one of the foremost experts on Grundtvig, and associate professor in the Faculty of Theology, Copenhagen University.
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