Friederike Brun

Friederike Brun portrayed by [[Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg|C. W Eckersberg]] (1818) Friederike Brun, née ''Münther'' (3 June 1765 – 25 March 1835), was a Danish author and salonist.

She was married to the affluent merchant Constantin Brun and during the Danish Golden Age of the first half of the 19th century she arranged literary salons at Sophienholm, their summer retreat north of Copenhagen. She is known for writing the poem ''Chamouny at Sunrise'' which was the original of Samuel Taylor Coleridge's ''Hymn in the Vale of Chamouni''. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Brun, Friederike
Published 1795
Orell, Gessner, Füssli

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by Brun, Friederike
Published 1824
Sauerländer