Photograph by Frederik Riise
He was educated at the University of Copenhagen, to which city his family had moved after Schleswig fell to the Germans in 1864. After spending some years as a forester, he turned to literature in 1887, at first issuing school texts and translations.
- Singleton's Udenlandsrejse (1894)
- Glaede over Danmark (1898)
- Sulasmiths Have (1898)
- Der Kinderkruezzug (“The Children's Crusade,” 1896)
- Mein Kleiner Junge (“My little boy,” 1899)
- Crumlin (1900)
Several of his works have been translated into English.
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- This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Rines, George Edwin, ed. (1920). "Ewald, Carl". Encyclopedia Americana.