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When Nobody Liked Kierkegaard
"His contemporaries saw him as a troublesome, quarrelsome figure. ... The satirical weekly Corsair published nasty caricatures of him and mocked his writing and pseudonymous disguises. He was gossiped about when he broke his engagement to the 18-year-old Regine Olsen, and was feared by his targets, among them, Hans Christian Andersen." The New York Times 05/02/13
Posted May 7, 2013 12:43 AM

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