Hansa Peter Gotfridovich( Distinguished Danish-Russian literary figure)
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Biography Hansa Peter Gotfridovich
Born in 1846, Mr.. Copenhagen.
In Russia, lives with 1871. Spent 10 years in Siberia, as the agent of the Danish telegraph company. He owns a number of translations from Russian to Danish (Goncharov, Tolstoy and others), from Danish to Russian (Ibsen, Brandes, Bjornson, Kierkegaard, and others), as well as a number of articles in Russian periodicals on the northern literature. Self-employment: "Voluntary self-help in Denmark, Norway and Sweden" (St. Petersburg, 1898), "Labor support in the Nordic countries" (ib., 1900), "The experience of rehabilitation villages" (ib., 1902