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Lydia Koidula

Nineteenth-century Estonian poet and playwright who was simply nicknamed “Koidulaulik” (“Vocalist from the Dawn”). Her significant literary works consist of Emajoe Oobik, Vainulilled, and Saaremaa Onupoeg. She went to grammar college in Parnu, Estonia. In her adult years, she resided near St. Petersburg, Russia. Her best-known poem, “Emajõe Ööbik” (“The Nightingale from the Mom River”), was released in 1867. Her dad, Johann Voldemar Jannsen, set up an Estonian paper in Parnu. She wedded a Latvian armed forces doctor and provided delivery to three kids. She was created in the same nation as fellow poet Mats Traat.

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