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Hjalmar Söderberg

Swedish writer

1869   -   1941

country of citizenship: Sweden
languages spoken, written or signed: Swedish
educated at: Uppsala University
occupation: journalist, translator, playwright, poet, novelist, drawer, writer, literary critic
award received: Samfundet De Nio's Grand Prize

Hjalmar Emil Fredrik Söderberg (2 July 1869 – 14 October 1941) was a Swedish novelist, playwright and journalist. His works often deal with melancholy and lovelorn characters, and offer a rich portrayal of contemporary Stockholm through the eyes of the flaneur. Söderberg is greatly appreciated in his native country, and is sometimes considered to be the equal of August Strindberg.
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