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Fröding

(Swedish ˈfrøːdɪŋ)
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(Biography) Gustaf (ˈɡʊstav). 1860–1911, Swedish poet. His popular lyric verse includes the collections Guitar and Concertina (1891), New Poems (1894), and Splashes and Rags (1896)
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This essay however, is an attempt so mediate some of its charms, mainly focusing on five great Swedish poets from the 19th century--Esaias Tegner, Erik Johan Stagnelius, Gustaf Froding, Verner von Heidenstam and Erik Axel Karlfeldt.
But the next generation of Swedish poets, of whom the three masters were Verner von Heidenstam (1859 1940), Gustaf Froding (1860 1911) and Erik Axel Karlfeldt (1864 1931), was to form an incredible time of poetic prosperity.
Froding worked for 10 years as a journalist but spent long periods in sanatoriums for treatment of nervous disorders.
Froding's poetic style showed a virtuosity new to Swedish literature and an unusual technical perfection.