Kristiania


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Kristiania

(ˌkrɪstɪˈɑːnɪə)
n
(Placename) a former name (1877–1924) of Oslo
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In the wake of an exhibition of Walter Crane's work in Kristiania in 1896, Munthe responded to claims 'that my art resembles that of a couple of Englishmen'.
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At that time, Munch was living the life of a Bohemian in Kristiania (now Oslo).
Both operettas were performed regularly in Bergen and Kristiania throughout the 1890s, despite increasing debate about the value of such light, comic material.
He died on May 23, 1906 at his home, Kristiania.His play, A Dolls House, written in 1879, is a story about gender roles in a patriarchal society where women are not allowed to perform certain roles and the sacrifices they make for their families.
Indeed, if Hunger's protagonist is forced to leave Kristiania, Stephen deliberately decides to distance himself from his static past, in order to emerge as a creative singularity.
Le Pavillon des Lettres in Paris offers Literary room service and Kristiania Lech in Austria a Book Butler who creates a bespoke reading list to reflect the guest's tastes.
The ambition of the article is partly to bring together different conceptions of technologically facilitated simultaneity and to provide a concrete illustration of how such an approach may be fruitful with the case of the Centenary Jubilee Exhibition, held at the Frogner district in Oslo (then Kristiania) in 1914 (see also Ytreberg, 2014a).
Individual Social Class, Household Wealth and Mortality from Spanish Influenza in Two Socially Contrasting Parishes in Kristiania, 1918-19." Social Science and Medicine, February 2006, 62(4), pp.
In September 1818 a group of farmers, many of whom had come from Hallingdal and Valdres, marched on Kristiania. The authorities grew nervous, and the march was stopped at Baerums Verk, just north of Oslo, although the aim had been to submit a complaint to the Government and the Storting in the capital.
See Nansen's Nobel Prize acceptance speech, Kristiania, 1922.
Born on a farm outside Kristiania (now Oslo), Munch was the second of five children.