Paavo Cajander

Paavo Cajander books and biography


Paavo Cajander


Paavo Cajander (24 December 1846 in Hämeenlinna — 14 June 1913 in Helsinki) was a Finnish poet and translator.

He was renowned by translation into Finnish of Shakespeare's works and of Johan Ludvig Runeberg's The Tales of Ensign Stål, whose first verse is currently the Finnish national anthem.

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