Marie Colban

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Marie Colban in 1884

Marie Colban (18 December 1814 – 27 March 1884) was a Norwegian novelist, short story writer and translator. She was married to teacher Nathanael Angell Colban (1793–1850) from 1836. She translated Eugène Sue's novel Mathilde and other literary works from French into Norwegian language. From 1856 she lived in Paris, and also wrote for Norwegian newspapers. Her first literary work was Lærerinden, en Skizze from 1869.[1][2] From 1882 to 1884 she published a series of memoir articles from her Paris years in the magazine Nyt Tidsskrift.[3][4][5][6] She died in Rome in 1884.[1]

Further reading[edit]

  • Nielsen, R. (1904). Norske Kvinder i det 19de Aarhundrede. 
  • Schjøtt, M. (1914). "Fem forfatterinder i hundreaaret". In Høgh, M.; Mørck, F. Norske kvinder. En oversigt over deres stilling og livsvilkaar i hundredaared 1814–1914. pp. 7–13. 

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Aasen, Elisabeth. "Marie Colban". In Helle, Knut. Norsk biografisk leksikon (in Norwegian). Oslo: Kunnskapsforlaget. Retrieved 21 June 2010. 
  2. ^ "Marie Schmidt Colban". Store norske leksikon (in Norwegian). Oslo: Kunnskapsforlaget. Retrieved 21 June 2010. 
  3. ^ Colban, Marie (1882). Sars, J. E.; Skavlan, Olaf, eds. "Indtryk og erindringer I. Naturalisterne". Nyt Tidsskrift (in Norwegian). Kristiania. 1: 305–319. 
  4. ^ Colban, Marie (1883). Sars, J. E.; Skavlan, Olaf, eds. "Indtryk og erindringer II. Berømte præster". Nyt Tidsskrift (in Norwegian). Kristiania. 2: 10–21. 
  5. ^ 3Colban, Marie (1884). Sars, J. E.; Skavlan, Olaf, eds. "Indtryk og erindringer III. Berømte kvinder". Nyt Tidsskrift (in Norwegian). Kristiania. 3: 115–129. 
  6. ^ Colban, Marie (1884). Sars, J. E.; Skavlan, Olaf, eds. "Indtryk og erindringer IV. Skribenter fra keisertiden". Nyt Tidsskrift (in Norwegian). Kristiania. 3: 339–353.