Paludan-Müller comes from a conservative pastor family; the historian Caspar Peter Paludan was his older brother. From 1828 to 1835 Paludan-Müller studied law at the University of Copenhagen . During his studies he made his debut with his play Kjärlighed ved Hoffet . He celebrated his successful graduation with a grand tour and traveled half of Europe.
After long stays in Germany, France and Italy, Paludan-Müller settled in Copenhagen as a writer. Influenced by George Byron (especially by his Don Juan ), Paludan-Müller designed his first verse novel Dandserinden . Even here he proves to be a master of satire and irony towards the bourgeois society of Denmark.
Frederik Paludan-Müller died in Copenhagen on December 28, 1876.
- Adam Homo , 1.1842 - 3.1848
- Cupid and Psyche , 1833
- Dandserinden , 1833
- Dryadens Bryllup , 1844
- Ivar Lykkes historie 1866/73, 3 vol.
- Kjärlighed ved Hoffed , 1832
- Poesier , 1836/38, 2 vol.
- Poetiske Skrifter , 1878/79, 8 vol.
- Sex diges , 1875
- Tithon , 1844
- Zuleimas flies , 1835
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Danish writer|
|DATE OF BIRTH||February 7, 1809|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Kerteminde|
|DATE OF DEATH||December 28, 1876|
|Place of death||Copenhagen|