Helge Rode

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Authors Holger Drachmann (middle) and Ebbe Rode in Skagen

Helge Rode (Frederiksberg, 16 October 1870 – Frederiksberg, 23 March 1937)[1] was a Danish writer and critic, and journalist for Politiken, Berlingske Tidende, and Illustreret Tidende.[2] He was a son of Margrethe Rode,[3] the brother of politician Ove Rode,[4] and father of actor Ebbe Rode.[5]

He was a critic of Georg Brandes and the Modern Breakthrough.[4]. Composer Carl Nielsen's piece Moderen (The Mother) was written for a play by Rode in 1920-21


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  1. ^ Helge Rode at Arkiv for Dansk Litteratur
  2. ^ Helge Rode (1870-1937) at Nomos-DK.dk
  3. ^ Iversen, Irene. "Margrethe Vullum". In Helle, Knut. Norsk biografisk leksikon (in Norwegian). Oslo: Kunnskapsforlaget. Retrieved 22 June 2013. 
  4. ^ a b Helge Rode entry at Gyldendal Encyklopædi
  5. ^ Helge Rode - Dansk forfatter at Gravsted.dk

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