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LIST OF AUTHORS, VOL. XX.
Rydberg (rid'berg), Abraham Viktor,
Sachs (zäks), Hans.
gustus. Saint-Hilaire (sað tē lār'), Jules Bar
thélemy. Saintine (sān tēn'), Joseph Xavier. Saint-Pierre (san piär'), Jacques Henri
de. Saintsbury (sānts'bu ri), George Edward
Bateman. Saint-Simon (san sē môn'), Louis de
Rouvroi, Duc de. Sala (sāla), George Augustus Henry. Sales (sālz), St. Francis de. Salis-Seewis (sä'lis), Johann Gaudenz
Friedrich Schlegel (shlā'gel), August Wilhelm von. Schlegel, Karl Wilhelm Friedrich. Schleiermacher (shli'er mäch er), Fried
rich Daniel. Schliemann (shlē'män), Heinrich. Schoolcraft (sköl'kraft), Henry Rowe. Schopenhauer (sho'pen hou er), Ar
Sallet (zälet), Friedrich von.
tius. Sancta Clara (sänk'ta klä'rä), Abra
ham á. See Megerle, Ulrich. Sand (sond), George. See Dudevant,
Madame. Sandeau (son dö), Léonard Sylvain
Sewell (sū'el), Elizabeth Missing.
Ashley Cooper, Earl of.
Shaw (shâ), Henry Wheeler.
(Godwin). Shelley, Percy Bysshe.
RYDBERG, ABRAHAM VIKTOR, a Swedish novelist and poet, born in Jönköping, Sweden, December 18, 1829; died at Stockholm in 1896. Af. ter receiving his education at the University of Lund, he devoted himself to literature and journalism. For many years he edited Göteboorg Handels och Sjöfarbs Tidning, one of the largest papers in Scandinavia. He was the author of a number of historical and æsthetical studies, including Venus from Milo (1874); Romerska Dagar (1875–77); and works on the philosophy of religion : Biblens læra om Kristus (1862); Medelstidens Magi (1864); Romerska Sagnar om Apostlarin Paulus ach Petrus (1871); Urpatriarkernes tafla i Genesis (1873); which gave him a prominent place as a leader of the new Rationalist party of Sweden. In 1877 he was elected to the Swedish Academy, and received the degree of Doctor from the University of Upsala. He published a translation of Goethe's Faust, and wrote several novels, the best of which is Den Siste Atenaren (The Last Athenian) (1859), a story describing the contest between Greek Paganism and Christianity. This has been compared to Charles Kingsley's Hypatia, and has been translated into English by William W. Thomas. Others of his works, The Roman Emperors in Marble, Antique Statues, and Roman Traditions of