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In her autobiography Leonora wrote about her indebtedness to the king and queen improved situation: Articles with Danish-language external links Webarchive template wayback links CS1 Danish-language sources da. Radical for its period in its personal account, it is considered an existential religious writing. Retrieved 18 January It kammers here that Leonora completed her autobiography, Jammers Minde, which she had started to write during her long imprisonment.
Considered to be Denmark’s most important 17th-century prose work, Jammers Minde is a defensive, intimate and dramatic account, which brings back to life the painful years of Leonora’s imprisonment. At the same time, he received private instruction from the genre painter Wenzel Ulrich.
So why was she so severely punished for the wrongdoings of her husband?
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It was written with a political mind tactical purpose and is considered an existential religious writing, radical for its time in its reporting of personal confession and crisis.
Ulfeldt, now feted by the Swedish monarch, once again became too ambitious and fell out with Charles X, who ordered his arrest and was condemned to death.
He graduated from the Academy in and a year later received his doctorate. Danish Ministry of Culture. It is considered to be the finest piece of prose work written in 17th-century Denmark.
His second wife was Kirsten Munk, the daughter of a wealthy court official, who had miinde living with her family at the royal palace in Copenhagen.
Leonora’s ability to describe the appearance and jxmmers of those she was forced to come into contact with has left a picture of a series of insignificant figures, mainly women, who would otherwise have been forgotten.
My blog today is a mixture of art and history. It was a posthumous autobiography written by Leonora during jammeds twenty-two year solitary incarceration in the Blue Tower in Copenhagen Castle and which was not published until years later, in Skip to content Kristian Zahrtmann My blog today is a mixture of art and history.
Leonora Christina Ulfeldt’s “Jammers-minde.”: en egenhændig Skildring af hendes Fangenskab i …
Zahrtmann was a painter, who produced landscapes, street scenes as well as many fine portraits but he was especially known for his history painting and especially paintings which featured legendary, and often tragic, females in Danish history.
He was the eldest of nine children, having two sisters and six brothers. Leonora frequently draws upon biblical stories and characters and God in her depiction of prison life, recreating the prison in part as a scene in the Bible and her jailors and enemies into characters in her Christian Passion. Their release came after Ulfeldt paid a hefty fine which saw him and his wife almost reduced to a poverty-stricken existence.
So who was Leonora Christina and why was the daughter of the king imprisoned for over two decades of her life?
To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: As the manuscript was secretly held abroad for many years, the work remained unknown until it was finally published inattracting considerable attention.
The work, first published inis included in the Danish Culture Canon. Married to Corfitz UlfeldtLeonora Christina mince imprisoned from to in the Blue Tower of Copenhagen Castle for presumed knowledge of her husband’s treachery.
After writing a short autobiography in French inshe embarked on Jamemrs Minde which she completed after her release from prison in The king agreed and in May and she went to live at mined monastery run by the nuns of the St.
Leonora Christina died in March and was buried in the crypt of the monastery which is now the church at Maribo on the Danish island of Lolland. Retrieved from ” https: It contains a host of vivid details: Frederick was not amused and had the couple imprisoned for a year.
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Ulfeldt even took part in these treaty negotiations, during which he took great pleasure in denigrating his former homeland. When Christian V came to the throne inthe conditions of her imprisonment were improved and she was given books and writing materials. Sophie Amalie for instance is portrayed as Salomestepdaughter of Herod Antipaswho called for John the Baptist to be beheaded.
This difference in class between husband and wife could well have been the reason why the wedding ceremony was a private affair and not a full-scale church wedding.
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InUlfeldt decided that the lesser of two evils was iammers escape from Sweden with his wife Leonora Christina and return to his homeland, Denmark, and try and make his peace with Frederick III. They had actually been engaged since she was nine years old! Leonora Christina, like four of her sisters, did not marry princes from one of the many European monarchies but instead her father jammerss them to marry powerful and wealthy Danish noblemen in an attempt to assure their allegiance to the monarchy.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jammers Minde conveys the woman’s conscious will to describe her experience without succumbing to her fate. Kirsten Munk bore the king twelve children, ten of whom survived infancy, two sons and eight daughters. He escaped the jaws of death but died in a Rhine boating accident during one of his flights from impending arrest.
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