|Editor||Aasmund Olavsson Vinje
|First issue||January 1851|
|Final issue||September 1851|
History and profile
Andhrimner was established in 1851, as Manden ("The Man"), but was later renamed after Andhrímnir of Norse mythology. Its editors were Aasmund Olavsson Vinje, Henrik Ibsen and Paul Botten-Hansen. Some of Ibsen's early literary attempts were published in this magazine, under the pseudonym Brynjulf Bjarme, such as his poem Bjergmanden and the parody play Norma.
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