Dano-Norwegian


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Landsmal is the written Norwegian language established in the nineteenth century by Ivar Aasen as an alternative to the Dano-Norwegian, or riksmal, that was prevalent in the country.
The omens for Sir Alex Ferguson's own fleet tonight are good, as under the command of another knight of the realm, Admiral Sir Hyde Parker, the Dano-Norwegian forces surrendered after an attack led by Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson.
Flogstad himself writes in New Norwegian and finds it ironic that a poet from the working class should prefer to use a very conservative Dano-Norwegian.
Greatly admiring Henrik Ibsen, he learned Dano-Norwegian to read the original and had an article, "Ibsen's New Drama"--a review of the play When We Dead Awaken--published in the London Fortnightly Review just after his 18th birthday.