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Dödens Engel (the Angle of Death) is a Swedish poem, written by Johan Olof Wallin in the time of Cholera in Sweden 1834, but revised until his death 1839. The poem was read in his memorial at the meeting of the Swedish Academy of Science in Dec 20, 1839, and after that it was printed for the first time 1840 in Skaldestycken av Wallin och Tegnér.

Since that time there has been many different editions of this poem.

The most famous edition is Dödens Engel, illustrated by the Swedish painter Carl Larsson 1880, which has been used in many different translations such as in Danish, Germany, English, Spannish.

6 editions First published in 1880

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Cover of: Dödens Engel
Cover of: The angel of death
The angel of death
1910, Engberg-Holmberg
Hardcover in English
Cover of: The angel of death
The angel of death
1910, Engberg-Holmberg
Hardcover in English
Cover of: The angel of death.
The angel of death.
1884, Gazlay Bros.
in English
Cover of: Dödens Engel
Dödens Engel: af Johan Olof Wallin, illustrerad av Carl Larsson
1880, C. E. Fritze's K. Hofbokhandel.
in Swedish
Cover of: Dödens engel
Dödens engel: af Johan Olof Wallin, illustrerad af Carl Larsson
1880, C. E. Fritze's K. Hofbokhandel
Hardcover

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March 20, 2011 Edited by Ralph E Edited without comment.
March 20, 2011 Edited by Ralph E Första utgivningen
March 20, 2011 Edited by Ralph E A better presentation of the poem
March 9, 2011 Edited by Ralph E A new edition
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