Mimi Sverdrup Lunden
Mimi Sverdrup Lunden (13 June 1894 – 8 January 1955) was a Norwegian educator, non-fiction writer and proponent for women's rights. She was born in Sulen, Sogn og Fjordane, a daughter of theologist Edvard Sverdrup, and half sister of oceanographer Harald Ulrik Sverdrup. She served as Vice President of the Norwegian Association for Women's Rights from 1936. From 1948 she chaired the Norwegian chapter of the Women's International Democratic Federation. Her best-known book is De frigjorte hender from 1941. Among her later books are Kvinnen og maskinen from 1946 and Barnas århundre from 1948.
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