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Anyone here familaiar with dictionaries kept in archaic Danish (or rather 19th century wordings)?
I'm about to start translating some articles about the fairytale writer H.C. Andersen, in which there are quite a few quatations etc. written in quite another style, and I'd like to stick to the orignal wording as much as possible.
There are also examples of poems not yet translated but that is a different matter.
Thnaks for your help!
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