Steen Steensen Blicher
Blicher was the son of a literarily inclined Jutlandic parson whose family was distantly related to Martin Luther.
He grew up in close contact to nature and peasant life in the moor areas of Jutland. After trying his hand as a teacher and a tenant farmer, he at last became a parson like his father and from 1825-1847 served in the parish at Spentrup.
As a clergyman he is said to have been less than inspired. He was once accused of alcoholism. His main interests were hunting and writing. Many struggles with his superiors led to his dismissal shortly before his death.
He had ten children, (seven sons and three daughters), with his wife Ernestine... more »
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