Mika Waltari

Finnish author

1908   -   1979

country of citizenship: Finland
native language: Finnish
educated at: University of Helsinki
occupation: writer, translator, journalist, novelist, screenwriter
award received: Pro Finlandia Medal of the Order of the Lion of Finland, Aleksis Kivi Award, Jussi Award for Best Script

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Mika Toimi Waltari (pronunciation ) (19 September 1908 – 26 August 1979) was a Finnish writer, best known for his best-selling novel The Egyptian (Finnish: Sinuhe egyptiläinen). He was extremely productive, and wrote in addition to novels also poetry, short stories, crime novels, plays, essays, travel stories, film scripts and rhymed texts for comic strips.
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works

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The Egyptian

1945 novel by Finnish author Mika Waltari

author: Mika Waltari

1945

Paracelsus Baselissa

play written by Mika Waltari

author: Mika Waltari

The Roman

book by Mika Waltari

author: Mika Waltari

1964

The Dark Angel

book by Mika Waltari

author: Mika Waltari

1952

Nuori Johannes

Mika Waltarin postuumisti julkaistu historiallinen romaani

author: Mika Waltari

1981

The Wanderer

book by Mika Waltari

author: Mika Waltari

1949

The Etruscan

book by Mika Waltari

author: Mika Waltari

1955

Ei koskaan huomispäivää

Mika Waltarin pienoisromaani

author: Mika Waltari

Surun ja ilon kaupunki

book by Mika Waltari

author: Mika Waltari

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