Arthur Ignatius Keller «A Christmas carol»

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John Bauer «Swedish Folk Tales»

Операция по поднятию обломков судна состоялась в августе 1922 года; посмотреть на нее пришло около двадцати тысяч человек. Большой общественный резонанс был вызван в том числе многочисленными публикациями в прессе, где не раз упоминались мрачноватые скандинавские мифические существа, столь любимые Бауэром. Чаще всего вспоминали проиллюстрированную художником сказку «Агнета и Морской король», в которой Морской король завлекает молодую принцессу в глубины озера.