*FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Drottningens juvelsmycke is a classic Swedish novel by Carl Jonas Love Almquist. It was the first original historical novel to. (Swedish)In: Dramatikern Almqvist / [ed] Anders Burman, Roland Lysell och Jon Viklund, Hedemora: Gidlunds förlag, , p. Buy Drottningens Juvelsmycke by Carl Jonas Love Almqvist (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on.
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Drottningens juvelsmycke was the first original historical novel to be written in Sweden, and it features one of Swedish literature’s most enduringly popular characters, the intersex Tintomara. By persistent rumors, the count was said to be the true father of Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden ; Bassi’s daughter was said to have a strong resemblance to the King, who might have been her half-brother.
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Tintomara’s true gender is never made juveslmycke, but Tintomara is referred to by the pronoun “She”. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The novel’s most famous line is spoken by Tintomara’s dying mother, Clara: She is described as beautiful and is often the object of passion for both men and women.
“Drottningens juvelsmycke” Tintomaras död (TV Episode ) – Reference View – IMDb
Retrieved from ” https: Languages Svenska Ddottningens links. This page was last edited on 6 Januaryat The Queen’s Tiara Swedish: In the country, she becomes the love object of two women, Amanda and Adolfine, juvelsmtcke daughters of the Baroness; and two men, the nobles Ferdinand and Clas-Henrik, who earlier courted the sisters and who are now concealing their involvement in the assassination.
Tintomara is employed by the Royal Swedish Ballet to function as the centrepiece of their lavish spectacles. Tintomara is said to have been inspired by the daughter of Giovanna BassiJohanna Fredrikawho was presumed to be fathered by Count Adolf Fredrik Munck af Fulkila.
Tintomara is killed by Ferdinand during a performance planned as a spectacular entertainment for the court which ends in disaster. Views Read Edit View history.
The novel is set in and weaves the story of the beautiful dottningens sexless androgyne Tintomara around the assassination of King Gustav III of Swedencommonly nicknamed ‘The Theatre King’, on the stage of Stockholm ‘s Royal Swedish Opera at a masked ball in Passing as a girl, Tintomara is involved in the notorious assassination of the King.
Tintomara is then taken under the protection of a Baroness, who hides her on her country estate, where Tintomara passes as a drottmingens.
Another role model and source of inspiration was reportedly the contemporary transsexual Andreas Bruce.