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  • Miss Winge, you must not be afraid that Helge is like me in other things.

    Jenny: A Novel

  • She can scarcely bear to see me in the same room with you even when Helge is there.

    Jenny: A Novel

  • "Tell me something about Helge from the time he was a boy – when he was quite small, I mean."

    Jenny: A Novel

  • Gert Gram ventured an explanation; Jenny looked frankly into the angry eyes of his wife: I am sorry Helge is out for the evening.

    Jenny: A Novel

  • "Helge," said Jenny, "you must try and arrange so that we need not go with them the day after tomorrow."

    Jenny: A Novel

  • The Danish poet, Oehlenschläger, had published his old-Norse cycle of poems, "Helge," which aroused a sympathetic reverberation in

    Essays on Scandinavian Literature

  • Oehlenschläger's "Helge," and Goethe's Italian sonnets were now Wilhelm's favorite reading.

    O. T. a Danish Romance

  • The great Danish poet Oehlenschläger had already published "Helge", an Old Norse cycle of poems which Tegnér warmly admired.

    Fritiofs Saga

  • At last he steered in his big ship and some others, deeper into the interior of Lymfjord, deeper and deeper onwards to the mouth of a big river called the Helge (_Helge-aa_, the

    Early Kings of Norway

  • Oehlenschläger had neglected to make sufficient concessions to modern demands that his "Helge" (though in some respects a greater poem than

    Essays on Scandinavian Literature


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