FRANS OSCAR LEONARD HODELL
\fɹˈanz ˈɒskə lˈɛnəd hˈə͡ʊdə͡l], \fɹˈanz ˈɒskə lˈɛnəd hˈəʊdəl], \f_ɹ_ˈa_n_z ˈɒ_s_k_ə l_ˈɛ_n_ə_d h_ˈəʊ_d_əl]\
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A popular Swedish dramatist; born in Stockholm, Aug. 13, 1840; died May 24, 1890. For ten years he was an actor. His original and adapted plays number nearly a hundred. Among the most popular were: "Andersson, Petersson, and Lundstrom" (1866); "The Factory Girl" (1868); "The Seamstresses" (1868); "Three Pairs of Shoes" (1881). From 1870 until his death he was editor of the Sunday Puck, a comic paper.
By Charles Dudley Warner
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