Author

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Lilly Heber

Norwegian writer and contributing editor

1879   -   1944

country of citizenship: Norway
language of expression: Norwegian
educated at: University of Oslo
occupation: writer, contributing editor, literary historian, biographer

Lilly Heber (28 May 1879 – 17 March 1944) was a Norwegian literary critic and historian, novelist and magazine editor. She was born in Gol to dean Andreas Emil Hansen and Anna Judith Sørensen.She graduated as dr.phil. from the University of Oslo in 1915. Her publications include Camilla Collett (1913 or 1914), Norsk realisme i 1830- og 40-aarene (thesis from 1914), Det dages (novel, 1918) Det nye som gror (1921), a biography of Alvilde Prydz (1925), a biography of Annie Besant (1927), Glimt av en ny idéverden (1930), and Krishnamurti og vår tids krise (1933). She edited the magazine Stjernen from 1922 to 1928, and from 1929 the magazine Nyorientering, an international magazine for the ideas of Jiddu Krishnamurti.She died on 17 March 1944.
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works

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Det nye som gror: En samling konturer av moderne åndsstrømninger

Book about history of literature by Lilly Heber

author: Lilly Heber

1921

Camilla Collett: 1813-1913

biography about the Norwegian author Camilla Collett (1813-1895) on the occasion of the 100 years anniversary of her birth, written by the Norwegian literary scholar Lilly Heber

author: Lilly Heber

1913

Norsk realisme i 1830 og 40 aarene: et bidrag til Intelligenspartiets historie

Book about Norwegian history of litterature in the 1830's and 1840's (literary realism), written by the Norwegian literary scholar Lilly Heber.

author: Lilly Heber

1914

Livets tre

novel by Tore Hav (Lilly Heber)

author: Lilly Heber

1938

Det dages

novel by Lilly Heber

author: Lilly Heber

1918

Annie Besant: en moderne pioner

Biography about Annie Besant, written by the Norwegian author Lilly Heber

author: Lilly Heber

1927

Krishnamurti: the man and his message

thesis about the ideas of the indian philosopher Jiddu Krishnamurti, written by Lilly Heber

author: Lilly Heber

1931

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