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RomanticismVsEnlightenment should summarize the work of Norwegian author Henrik Wergeland (1808-1845), playwright, poet, political lobbyist and historian. He is arguably the {{trope codifier}} for the Norwegian romantic movement at large, and also the patriotic movement in UsefulNotes/{{Norway}} during the 1800s. In his day, he was a {{badass}}, or at least a {{badass boast}}er, writing poems and plays until his last cough. He died of two-sided Pneumonia at the age of 37.

Wergeland is probably most known in non-Norwegian countries for his political lobbyism on behalf of {{Jews}}. The Norwegian constitution was strikingly clear on not allowing Jews access to the realm, and Wergeland worked for years to get this paragraph amended. He finally succeeded, though it would take another six years after his death to get the case closed. Swedish Jews payed for his memorial monument in gratitude.

Wergeland was a friend to the commoners, and generally a pain in the ass for all cultural snobs. His quarrelsomeness made him a lot of enemies, and he was hunted down by lawsuits that nearly ruined him. He was also a hardass republican, ultra-patriotic, in a country mostly ruled by a Swedish king. The said king eventually gave him an occupation, which caused many of his earlyer friends to turn him down.

The Norwegian leftist movement consider him a hero, and he became quite rightly a national icon. His massive production, makes him, however, somewhat hard to read, but most Norwegians can recite at least one of his poems. His influence is apparent in the plays of Creator/HenrikIbsen and other writers.
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!! Tropes found in the work of Henrik Wergeland:

* {{Anvilicious}}: It is hard to imagine anyone dropping his anvils in such an elegant manner.
* RomanticismVsEnlightenment. Somewhat averted. Wergeland actually tried to merge the two points of view. Raised after the principles of Creator/JeanJacquesRousseau and the principles leading to {{the french revolution}} he was a hardline enlightenment advocat, struggling for establishing public libraries, while writing profound romantic poems.
* {{Mythopoeia}}: His magnum opus is a retelling of the history of mankind as a myth, which also claims that all myths are related, and that all wisdom derives from the same source, or the same sage. There are also lots of non-human entities of higher celestial order, meddling in human affairs, or at least commenting on them.
* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: Played straight in his poems, which, as a rule, are quite long and elaborate.
* StreamOfConsciousness: The rule in his early poetry, which, despite a defining title, seems to contain thoughts of almost everything.
* CreationMyth: His ''magnum opus'', retelling the human history from creation to final doom.
* DearNegativeReader: His poem ''Mig Selv'' ("Myself") is basically an answer to his critics in the newspaper ''Morgenbladet'', particularly their statement that he was a grouchy and unpleasant person. In this poem, he first denies being grouchy or unpleasant because he's so very cheerful and mild that he needs only the hint of fresh air or a green leaf to experience pure joy; then he goes on to explain why he's not wasting his valuable time even getting angry with such a pitiful excuse for a newspaper, continues by stating it's no wonder he gets in a bad mood when he has to deal with idiots like them, and then finishes with a rousing praise of the stars in the sky, who shine so brightly that he just smiles peacefully in the face of such unfair mockery as he's been subject to.
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RomanticismVsEnlightenment should summarize the work of Norwegian author Henrik Wergeland (1808-1845), playwright, poet, political lobbyist and historian. He is arguably the {{trope codifier}} for the Norwegian romantic movement at large, and also the patriotic movement in UsefulNotes/{{Norway}} during the 1800s. In his day, he was a {{badass}}, or at least a {{badass boast}}er, writing poems and plays until his last cough. He died of two-sided Pneumonia at the age of 37.

Wergeland is probably most known in non-Norwegian countries for his political lobbyism on behalf of {{Jews}}. The Norwegian constitution was strikingly clear on not allowing Jews access to the realm, and Wergeland worked for years to get this paragraph amended. He finally succeeded, though it would take another six years after his death to get the case closed. Swedish Jews payed for his memorial monument in gratitude.

Wergeland was a friend to the commoners, and generally a pain in the ass for all cultural snobs. His quarrelsomeness made him a lot of enemies, and he was hunted down by lawsuits that nearly ruined him. He was also a hardass republican, ultra-patriotic, in a country mostly ruled by a Swedish king. The said king eventually gave him an occupation, which caused many of his earlyer friends to turn him down.

The Norwegian leftist movement consider him a hero, and he became quite rightly a national icon. His massive production, makes him, however, somewhat hard to read, but most Norwegians can recite at least one of his poems. His influence is apparent in the plays of Creator/HenrikIbsen and other writers.
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!! Tropes found in the work of Henrik Wergeland:

* {{Anvilicious}}: It is hard to imagine anyone dropping his anvils in such an elegant manner.
* RomanticismVsEnlightenment. Somewhat averted. Wergeland actually tried to merge the two points of view. Raised after the principles of Creator/JeanJacquesRousseau and the principles leading to {{the french revolution}} he was a hardline enlightenment advocat, struggling for establishing public libraries, while writing profound romantic poems.
* {{Mythopoeia}}: His magnum opus is a retelling of the history of mankind as a myth, which also claims that all myths are related, and that all wisdom derives from the same source, or the same sage. There are also lots of non-human entities of higher celestial order, meddling in human affairs, or at least commenting on them.
* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: Played straight in his poems, which, as a rule, are quite long and elaborate.
* StreamOfConsciousness: The rule in his early poetry, which, despite a defining title, seems to contain thoughts of almost everything.
* CreationMyth: His ''magnum opus'', retelling the human history from creation to final doom.
* DearNegativeReader: His poem ''Mig Selv'' ("Myself") is basically an answer to his critics in the newspaper ''Morgenbladet'', particularly their statement that he was a grouchy and unpleasant person. In this poem, he first denies being grouchy or unpleasant because he's so very cheerful and mild that he needs only the hint of fresh air or a green leaf to experience pure joy; then he goes on to explain why he's not wasting his valuable time even getting angry with such a pitiful excuse for a newspaper, continues by stating it's no wonder he gets in a bad mood when he has to deal with idiots like them, and then finishes with a rousing praise of the stars in the sky, who shine so brightly that he just smiles peacefully in the face of such unfair mockery as he's been subject to.
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12th Nov '13 9:58:17 AM LordGro
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RomanticismVsEnlightenment should summarize the work of Norwegian author Henrik Wergeland (1808-1845), playwright, poet, political lobbyist and historian. He is arguably the {{trope codifier}} for the Norwegian romantic movement at large, and also the Norwegian patriotic movement in UsefulNotes/{{Norway}} during the 1800s. In his day, he was a {{badass}}, or at least a {{badass boast}}er, writing poems and plays until his last cough. He died of two-sided Pneumonia at the age of 37.

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RomanticismVsEnlightenment should summarize the work of Norwegian author Henrik Wergeland (1808-1845), playwright, poet, political lobbyist and historian. He is arguably the {{trope codifier}} for the Norwegian romantic movement at large, and also the Norwegian patriotic movement in UsefulNotes/{{Norway}} during the 1800s. In his day, he was a {{badass}}, or at least a {{badass boast}}er, writing poems and plays until his last cough. He died of two-sided Pneumonia at the age of 37.



* {{Mythopoeia}}: His magnum opus, mentioning that all myths are related, and that all wisdom derives from the same source, or the same sage.

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* {{Mythopoeia}}: His magnum opus, mentioning opus is a retelling of the history of mankind as a myth, which also claims that all myths are related, and that all wisdom derives from the same source, or the same sage.sage. There are also lots of non-human entities of higher celestial order, meddling in human affairs, or at least commenting on them.



* CreationMyth: His ''magnum opus'', retelling the human history from creation to final doom. Can also be troped as {{The Silmarillion}} (lots of non-human entities of higher celestial order, meddling in human affairs, or at least commenting on them).

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* CreationMyth: His ''magnum opus'', retelling the human history from creation to final doom. Can also be troped as {{The Silmarillion}} (lots of non-human entities of higher celestial order, meddling in human affairs, or at least commenting on them).
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{{Romanticism vs Enlightenment}} should summarize the work of Norwegian author {{Henrik Wergeland}} (1808-1845),
playwright, poet, political lobbyist and historian. He is arguably the {{trope codifier}} for Norwegian romantic movement at large, and also the Norwegian patriotic movement in {{Norway}} during the {{eighteenhundreds}}. In his day, he was a {{badass}}, or at least a {{badass boast}}er, writing poems and plays until his {{last cough}}. He died of two-sided Pneumonia at the age of 37.

Wergeland is probably most known in non-Norwegian countries for his political lobbyism on behalf of {{jews}}. The Norwegian constitution was strikingly clear on not allowing any jews access to the realm, and Wergeland worked for years to get this paragraph amended. He finally succeeded, though it would take another six years after his death to get the case closed. Swedish jews thankfully payed for his memorial monument.

Wergeland was a friend to the commoners, and generally a {{pain in the ass}} for all cultural snobs, to some extent. His quarrelsomeness made him a lot of enemies, and he was hunted down by lawsuits that nearly ruined him. He was also a {{hardass}} republican, ultra-patriotic (in a movement similar to [[La Rèsistance]]), in a country mostly ruled by a swedish king. The said king eventually gave him an occupation, which caused many of his earlyer friends to turn him down.

The Norwegian leftist movement consider him a hero, and he became quite rightly a national icon. His massive production, makes him, however, somewhat hard to read, but most Norwegians can recite at least one of his poems. His influence is apparent in the plays of {{Henrik Ibsen}} and other writers.

'''Tropes to be found in the life of Henrik Wergeland'''

* {{Anvilicious}}: It is hard to imagine anyone dropping his anvils in such an elegant manner - and we wouldn´t want it any other way.
* BadassBoast: "Give me something to do, bury me in work" - written in 1829 when he applied for the establishment of public libraries. He rode all over the country with his applications.
* RomanticismVsEnlightenment. Somewhat averted. Wergeland actually tried to merge the two points of view. Raised after the principles of {{Jean-Jacques Rousseau}} and the principles leading to {{the french revolution}} he was a hardline enlightenment advocat, struggling for establishing public libraries, while writing profound romantic poems.
* ItRunsInTheFamily. His father Nicolai Wergeland was one of the Norwegian {{Founding Father}}s, attending the assembly at Eidsvold in 1814. Younger sister Camilla Collett became an early advocat for the {{Feminist}} Movement in Norway and the first female author with a lasting reputation.
* {{Badass}}. Wergeland was known for his strong constitution, for swimming in icy waters, and for getting into fights. As a student, he argued, or fought, with everyone in sight, to the point where his love interests tried to tame him or avoid him.
* HairtriggerTemper: Well, he was prone to get into fights. Social injustice made him quite cranky.
* HotBloodedSideburns: Wergeland was known for his sideburns and his specs.
** Many Norwegians who tried to follow up on the work he started, grew similar sideburns and used the same kind of specs in the following generation.
* AllLoveIsUnrequited. Somewhat justified in his constant pining for unobtainable girls. He proposed to four, who all rejected him. The four inspired him to write love poetry {{up to eleven}}. He eventually got married, though.
* StalkerWithACrush: In his late teens and onwards. He commented on it later on, sitting in his window with a telescope only to get a glimpse of the object`s gown, and sighing extatically about it, until a more reasonable friend came along and pointed out that this in fact was the girl`s hump backed aunt...
** Wergeland really got professional in "admiring at a distance".
* MySisterIsOffLimits. To a certain point, as his youngest sister Camilla fell in love with his {{Arch Enemy}} and fellow poet Welhaven. Camilla pined for Welhaven while staying (more or less) loyal to her brother.
* ArchEnemy. Romantic poet Johan Sebastian Welhaven, who chided Wergeland for not being "poetic" in the right way. Also Welhaven´s friends, called Danomanes because of their tendency to worship {{Denmark}} over {{Norway}} for cultural reasons. The quarrel between the two lasted for years, and Welhaven never forgave it.
* ArchNemesis: A certain lawyer, Jens Obel Praem, was especially vicious. After an incident at Gardermoen (a place for military drills at the time), Wergeland ended in a legal fight with him that lasted the rest of his life and nearly ruined him.
* EvilTwin. Wergeland´s {{Alter Ego}} when writing farces and political satire. The "Twin", named Siful Sifadda, was summoned when he got REALLY annoyed with the state of affairs, to write a useful comical punch-out.
* FriendToAllLivingThings/FriendToAllChildren/FriendToAllAnimals: He had this in spades, writing the first poems for children, still used, in Norwegian literature.
* FolkHero: He became one in his life time.
* LastCough. His last poem, written twelve days before he passed away.
* AmoralAttorney: Wergeland had this opinion in spades. He casted many of his villains as lawyers, and he even went as far as casting them as pure devils. This is justified by the fact that local lawyers used their cunning to trick and oppress common folk and serfs, making their lot even worse than it already were. Wergeland was outraged by this. And it caused him a lot of personal problems over time.
* HistoricalHeroUpgrade. For the Norwegian leftist movement, who hail him for most of the country´s achievements, as he arguably was the first to express the ideas. Somewhat averted in the case of the more conservative lot, who could not stand him in his lifetime. His role in establishing the celebration of the Norwegian constitution day, made him a hero already in his present day.
* LennonSpecs: In Norway, the specs are referred to as the "Wergeland Specs". He codified them a hundred years before {{John Lennon}} was even born.
* MemeticBadass: History has it that he rode his horse up a flight of stairs to greet his hosts during a formal party.
** It gets better when considering Wergeland is the only poet in Norway to have ''ridden the rainbow''...

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{{Romanticism vs Enlightenment}} RomanticismVsEnlightenment should summarize the work of Norwegian author {{Henrik Wergeland}} (1808-1845),
Henrik Wergeland (1808-1845), playwright, poet, political lobbyist and historian. He is arguably the {{trope codifier}} for the Norwegian romantic movement at large, and also the Norwegian patriotic movement in {{Norway}} UsefulNotes/{{Norway}} during the {{eighteenhundreds}}. 1800s. In his day, he was a {{badass}}, or at least a {{badass boast}}er, writing poems and plays until his {{last cough}}.last cough. He died of two-sided Pneumonia at the age of 37.

Wergeland is probably most known in non-Norwegian countries for his political lobbyism on behalf of {{jews}}. {{Jews}}. The Norwegian constitution was strikingly clear on not allowing any jews Jews access to the realm, and Wergeland worked for years to get this paragraph amended. He finally succeeded, though it would take another six years after his death to get the case closed. Swedish jews thankfully Jews payed for his memorial monument.

monument in gratitude.

Wergeland was a friend to the commoners, and generally a {{pain pain in the ass}} ass for all cultural snobs, to some extent.snobs. His quarrelsomeness made him a lot of enemies, and he was hunted down by lawsuits that nearly ruined him. He was also a {{hardass}} hardass republican, ultra-patriotic (in a movement similar to [[La Rèsistance]]), ultra-patriotic, in a country mostly ruled by a swedish Swedish king. The said king eventually gave him an occupation, which caused many of his earlyer friends to turn him down.

The Norwegian leftist movement consider him a hero, and he became quite rightly a national icon. His massive production, makes him, however, somewhat hard to read, but most Norwegians can recite at least one of his poems. His influence is apparent in the plays of {{Henrik Ibsen}} Creator/HenrikIbsen and other writers.

'''Tropes to be
writers.
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!! Tropes
found in the life work of Henrik Wergeland'''

Wergeland:

* {{Anvilicious}}: It is hard to imagine anyone dropping his anvils in such an elegant manner - and we wouldn´t want it any other way.
* BadassBoast: "Give me something to do, bury me in work" - written in 1829 when he applied for the establishment of public libraries. He rode all over the country with his applications.
manner.
* RomanticismVsEnlightenment. Somewhat averted. Wergeland actually tried to merge the two points of view. Raised after the principles of {{Jean-Jacques Rousseau}} Creator/JeanJacquesRousseau and the principles leading to {{the french revolution}} he was a hardline enlightenment advocat, struggling for establishing public libraries, while writing profound romantic poems.
* ItRunsInTheFamily. His father Nicolai Wergeland was one of the Norwegian {{Founding Father}}s, attending the assembly at Eidsvold in 1814. Younger sister Camilla Collett became an early advocat for the {{Feminist}} Movement in Norway and the first female author with a lasting reputation.
* {{Badass}}. Wergeland was known for his strong constitution, for swimming in icy waters, and for getting into fights. As a student, he argued, or fought, with everyone in sight, to the point where his love interests tried to tame him or avoid him.
* HairtriggerTemper: Well, he was prone to get into fights. Social injustice made him quite cranky.
* HotBloodedSideburns: Wergeland was known for his sideburns and his specs.
** Many Norwegians who tried to follow up on the work he started, grew similar sideburns and used the same kind of specs in the following generation.
* AllLoveIsUnrequited. Somewhat justified in his constant pining for unobtainable girls. He proposed to four, who all rejected him. The four inspired him to write love poetry {{up to eleven}}. He eventually got married, though.
* StalkerWithACrush: In his late teens and onwards. He commented on it later on, sitting in his window with a telescope only to get a glimpse of the object`s gown, and sighing extatically about it, until a more reasonable friend came along and pointed out that this in fact was the girl`s hump backed aunt...
** Wergeland really got professional in "admiring at a distance".
* MySisterIsOffLimits. To a certain point, as his youngest sister Camilla fell in love with his {{Arch Enemy}} and fellow poet Welhaven. Camilla pined for Welhaven while staying (more or less) loyal to her brother.
* ArchEnemy. Romantic poet Johan Sebastian Welhaven, who chided Wergeland for not being "poetic" in the right way. Also Welhaven´s friends, called Danomanes because of their tendency to worship {{Denmark}} over {{Norway}} for cultural reasons. The quarrel between the two lasted for years, and Welhaven never forgave it.
* ArchNemesis: A certain lawyer, Jens Obel Praem, was especially vicious. After an incident at Gardermoen (a place for military drills at the time), Wergeland ended in a legal fight with him that lasted the rest of his life and nearly ruined him.
* EvilTwin. Wergeland´s {{Alter Ego}} when writing farces and political satire. The "Twin", named Siful Sifadda, was summoned when he got REALLY annoyed with the state of affairs, to write a useful comical punch-out.
* FriendToAllLivingThings/FriendToAllChildren/FriendToAllAnimals: He had this in spades, writing the first poems for children, still used, in Norwegian literature.
* FolkHero: He became one in his life time.
* LastCough. His last poem, written twelve days before he passed away.
* AmoralAttorney: Wergeland had this opinion in spades. He casted many of his villains as lawyers, and he even went as far as casting them as pure devils. This is justified by the fact that local lawyers used their cunning to trick and oppress common folk and serfs, making their lot even worse than it already were. Wergeland was outraged by this. And it caused him a lot of personal problems over time.
* HistoricalHeroUpgrade. For the Norwegian leftist movement, who hail him for most of the country´s achievements, as he arguably was the first to express the ideas. Somewhat averted in the case of the more conservative lot, who could not stand him in his lifetime. His role in establishing the celebration of the Norwegian constitution day, made him a hero already in his present day.
* LennonSpecs: In Norway, the specs are referred to as the "Wergeland Specs". He codified them a hundred years before {{John Lennon}} was even born.
* MemeticBadass: History has it that he rode his horse up a flight of stairs to greet his hosts during a formal party.
** It gets better when considering Wergeland is the only poet in Norway to have ''ridden the rainbow''...
poems.



* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness. Played straight in his poems, which, as a rule, are quite long and elaborate.
* StreamOfConsciousness. {{Up to eleven}} in his early poetry, which, despite a defining title, seems to contain thoughts of almost everything.
* DownerEnding. His deathbed, lasting for one year and a half. His father outlived him.
* MeaningfulFuneral. Thousands attended the funeral: Students, farmers, workers and friends. The students insisted on carrying the coffin, while the appointed promenade wagon went empty behind them. His father, an elderly priest, went in front. After the lowering of the coffin, the attenders showered his coffin with flowers. The display went on all afternoon.
* TearJerker. Wergeland wrote a long poem to comfort his sister Augusta when her daugher Alette died. The poem is also a {{crowning moment of heartwarming}}.
* CreationMyth. His ''magnum opus'', retelling the human history from creation to final doom. Can also be troped as {{The Silmarillion}} (lots of non-human entities of higher celestial order, meddling in human affairs, or at least commenting on them).
* NiceJobBreakingItHero. The said poem made it nigh impossible for him to pursue a position as a clergyman, because the theological theories contained in the work opposed the protestant doctrine. His unreliable student life and rash political statements also contributed to this.
* LaResistance: The Ultrapatriotic gang of Wergeland, claiming that Norway was better off without Sweden, and strictly republican in their view.
** Note that from a Norwegian point of view, those guys were REALLY radical back in the day. The conservatives held on to Denmark.
* ViveLaRevolution: Wergeland never stopped thanking the french for their revolution. For all reasons, they set of the chain of events that led to the Norwegian constitution.
* FaceHeelTurn. To a degree. Being a republican from early on, he opposed strongly the swedish king and his influence in Norway. When the same king eventually got him a regular job, his earlier friends turned on him as a traitor to the cause. Said king was a child of {{The French Revolution}} and had served under {{Napoleon}}. Wergeland himself saw the french revolution as a forerunner to the Norwegian Constitution.

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* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness. SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: Played straight in his poems, which, as a rule, are quite long and elaborate.
* StreamOfConsciousness. {{Up to eleven}} StreamOfConsciousness: The rule in his early poetry, which, despite a defining title, seems to contain thoughts of almost everything.
* DownerEnding. His deathbed, lasting for one year and a half. His father outlived him.
* MeaningfulFuneral. Thousands attended the funeral: Students, farmers, workers and friends. The students insisted on carrying the coffin, while the appointed promenade wagon went empty behind them. His father, an elderly priest, went in front. After the lowering of the coffin, the attenders showered his coffin with flowers. The display went on all afternoon.
* TearJerker. Wergeland wrote a long poem to comfort his sister Augusta when her daugher Alette died. The poem is also a {{crowning moment of heartwarming}}.
* CreationMyth.
CreationMyth: His ''magnum opus'', retelling the human history from creation to final doom. Can also be troped as {{The Silmarillion}} (lots of non-human entities of higher celestial order, meddling in human affairs, or at least commenting on them). \n* NiceJobBreakingItHero. The said poem made it nigh impossible for him to pursue a position as a clergyman, because the theological theories contained in the work opposed the protestant doctrine. His unreliable student life and rash political statements also contributed to this. \n* LaResistance: The Ultrapatriotic gang of Wergeland, claiming that Norway was better off without Sweden, and strictly republican in their view. \n** Note that from a Norwegian point of view, those guys were REALLY radical back in the day. The conservatives held on to Denmark. \n* ViveLaRevolution: Wergeland never stopped thanking the french for their revolution. For all reasons, they set of the chain of events that led to the Norwegian constitution. \n* FaceHeelTurn. To a degree. Being a republican from early on, he opposed strongly the swedish king and his influence in Norway. When the same king eventually got him a regular job, his earlier friends turned on him as a traitor to the cause. Said king was a child of {{The French Revolution}} and had served under {{Napoleon}}. Wergeland himself saw the french revolution as a forerunner to the Norwegian Constitution.





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{{Romanticism vs Enlightenment}} should summarize the work of Norwegian author {{Henrik Wergeland}} (1808-1845), playwright, poet, political lobbyist and historian. He is arguably the {{trope codifier}} for Norwegian romantic movement at large, and also the Norwegian patriotic movement in {{Norway}} during the {{eighteenhundreds}}. In his day, he was a {{badass}}, or at least a {{badass boast}}er, writing poems and plays until his {{last cough}}. He died of two-sided Pneumonia at the age of 37.

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{{Romanticism vs Enlightenment}} should summarize the work of Norwegian author {{Henrik Wergeland}} (1808-1845), (1808-1845),
playwright, poet, political lobbyist and historian. He is arguably the {{trope codifier}} for Norwegian romantic movement at large, and also the Norwegian patriotic movement in {{Norway}} during the {{eighteenhundreds}}. In his day, he was a {{badass}}, or at least a {{badass boast}}er, writing poems and plays until his {{last cough}}. He died of two-sided Pneumonia at the age of 37.
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