Agatha Lovisa de la Myle
She wrote poetry in German and Latvian, and was said to "unite a lively sense of religion and virtue with the gifts of a genious". She was also known for her correspondence with, among others, Professor Gellert in Leipzig. She published "Lofqväden" in dedication to the coronation and revolution of King Gustav III of Sweden.
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