Pontoppidan

[ pon-top-i-dahn ]
/ pɒnˈtɒp ɪˌdɑn /

noun

Hen·rik [hen-reek], /ˈhɛn rik/, 1857–1943, Danish novelist: Nobel prize 1917.

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Pontoppidan
/ (Danish pontˈtopidan) /

noun

Henrik. 1857–1943, Danish novelist and short-story writer, author of the novel sequences The Promised Land (1891–95), Lykke-Per (1898–1904), and The Empire of Death (1912–16). Nobel prize for literature 1917
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