Charlotte Baden

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Charlotte Baden (21 November 1740 – 6 June 1824) was a Danish writer, feminist and letter-writer. [1]

Sophia Lovisa Charlotte Baden was the daughter of major Gustav Ludvig von Klenau (1703–72) and Bolette Cathrine From (1696-1788). She was brought up by her relative Anna Susanne von der Osten (1704-1773), head lady-in-waiting to Princess Charlotte Amalie of Denmark, who financed her education and gave her a pension. In 1763, she married Jacob Baden (1735-1804), who was a professor at the University of Copenhagen.[2] [3]

Work
  • Den fortsatte Grandison (1784)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lotte Thrane. Charlotte Baden (1740 - 1824) Danish Kvinfobiografisk lexikon
  2. ^ "Anna Susanne d. Osten, 1704-73". Dansk biografisk Lexikon. Retrieved December 1, 2018.
  3. ^ Johs. Brøndum-Nielsen. "Jacob Baden". Dansk Biografisk Leksikon, Gyldendal. Retrieved December 1, 2018.

Related reading[edit]

  • Katharina M. Wilson (1991) An Encyclopedia of Continental Women Writers (Taylor & Francis) ISBN 9780824085476