The New International Encyclopædia/Lange, Thor Næve

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The New International Encyclopædia
Lange, Thor Næve
Edition of 1905. See also Thor Lange on Wikipedia, and the disclaimer.

LANGE, Thor Næve (1851—). A Danish author, born in Copenhagen. About 1877 he went to Moscow as Danish consul. His works include admirable translations from Greek, Old French, and Russian, and he made a good translation of Longfellow's “Golden Legend” (3d ed. 1891). He also compiled Skildringer fra den russiske Literatur (1886). His original volumes include: En maaned i Orienten; Flygtize Skizzer (1887); Skitser og Phantaseir (1890); and a collection of his poems, Gennem farret Glas (1894).