Copenhagen - Further reading
Further reading on Copenhagen
The Viking World by James Graham-Campbell: A comprehensive history of the Vikings and a guide to their key historical sites.Denmark: A Modern History by W Glyn Jones: A general but nonetheless insightful history of Denmark.Concluding Unscientific Postscript to the Philosophical Fragments by Søren Kierkegaard: The literary foundation of the school of existentialism.Hans Christian Andersen by Elias Bredsdorff: An informative biography of the city's beloved folktale author. Copenhagen by Michael Frayn: This award-winning play speculates about the secret 1941 meeting between Danish physicist Neils Bohr and the head of the Nazi nuclear programme, Werner Heisenberg. Early Spring by Tove Ditlevsen: This autobiographical work gives the feeling of growing up in Copenhagen's suburbs during the 1930s.Copenhagen Architecture Guide by Olaf Lind & Annemarie Lund: This guide covers more than 300 noteworthy buildings in Copenhagen.