Meet Drude Krog Janson

Drude Krog Janson (1846-1934) emigrated to Minneapolis in 1882 with her six children to be with her husband, Kristofer Janson, a Unitarian minister and prolific author. Active in the women's suffrage movement, she wrote numerous articles for the Norwegian-American press. Returning to Europe in 1893, she published three more novels and divorced her husband. She died in Copenhagen.

Published Works

A Saloonkeeper's Daughter

Drude Krog Janson
translated by Gerald Thorson
edited, with an introduction, by Orm Ă˜verland

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