Author

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Eyvind Johnson

Swedish writer

1900   -   1976

genre: proletarian literature
country of citizenship: Sweden
language of expression: Swedish
occupation: translator, architect, novelist, journalist, writer, poet
award received: Nobel Prize in Literature, Nordic Council's Literature Prize, Dobloug Prize, Samfundet De Nio's Grand Prize, Östersunds-Postens litterature price

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Eyvind Johnson (29 July 1900 – 25 August 1976) was a Swedish novelist and short story writer. Regarded as the most groundbreaking novelist in modern Swedish literature he became a member of the Swedish Academy in 1957 and shared the Nobel Prize in Literature with Harry Martinson in 1974 with the citation: for a narrative art, far-seeing in lands and ages, in the service of freedom.
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works

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The Days of his Grace

book by Eyvind Johnson

author: Eyvind Johnson

1960

De fyra främlingarna

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author: Eyvind Johnson

Drömmar om rosor och eld

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author: Eyvind Johnson

Grupp Krilon

book by Eyvind Johnson

author: Eyvind Johnson

Krilon

book by Eyvind Johnson

author: Eyvind Johnson

Nattövning

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author: Eyvind Johnson

Nu var det 1914

book by Eyvind Johnson

author: Eyvind Johnson

Romanen om Olof

book by Eyvind Johnson

author: Eyvind Johnson

Stad i ljus (bok)

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author: Eyvind Johnson

Return to Ithaca

1946 Eyvind Johnson novel

author: Eyvind Johnson

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