Evening Land

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Wayne State University Press, 1975 - 193 pages
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Contents

Introduction
22
The Dead One
51
Hjorten ser forundrad ner pajdgarn
174
Copyright

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Scandinavian Review: Evening Land by Par Lagerkvist
Evening Land by Par Lagerkvist. Evening Land. By Par Lagerkvist. Translated from the Swedish by Anthony Barnett. Allardyce, Barnett, Publishers, East Sussex ...
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Alive On All Channels: Evening Land
Evening Land. Evening Land A good poem for vespers: It is in the evening that one breaks ... -from Evening Land, Par Lagerkvist. Posted by beth at 11:59 AM ...
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Pär Lagerkvist (1891-1974)
Aftonland (Evening Land). Stockholm: Albert Bonniers förlag, 1953. .... Sjöberg, L. "Introduction" to Evening Land by Pär Lagerkvist, translated by wh Auden ...
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JSTOR: Three Works by Anthony Payne
Evening Land was broadcast for the first time on 20 October, ... Evening Land (1981), to Auden's translations of Lagerkvist, was written for Payne's ...
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Lagerkvist, Par Fabian. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition ...
Lagerkvist’s verse, marked by simple diction and imagery, includes Songs of the Heart (1926) and Evening Land (1953, tr. 1975). He received the 1951 Nobel ...
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Songs from Evening Land [ Ircam - Brahms - Base de documentation ...
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Horizon Information Portal
Evening land = Aftonland / by Par Lagerkvist ; translated by wh Auden and Leif Sjoberg ; with an introd. by Leif Sjoberg. by Lagerkvist, Pär, 1891-1974. ...
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About the author (1975)

Swedish novelist, poet and playwright Par Lagerkvist was born on May 23, 1891 in Vaxjo, Sweden. He attended the University of Uppsala briefly, but did not complete a degree. His first book was published in 1912, the same year he left the University. In 1913 Lagerkvist moved to Paris. He lived abroad, mainly in France and Italy, for many years, and even after returning to Sweden, he traveled frequently in Europe. In his earlier writing, Lagerkvist was often bleakly pessimistic. His strong opposition to totalitarianism was voiced in the plays Victor in the Darkness and The Man without a Soul. In the 1940s, however, his focus shifted, and his writing began to explore religious and moral themes, such as the struggle between good and evil or reconciliation with God. Works from this period include The Sibyl, The Death of Ahasuerus, Herod and Mariamne, and The Dwarf. Although he is now probably best known for The Dwarf, which was first published in the 1940s, Lagerkvist's first international success came in 1951, with the publication of Barrabas, a story about the life of the biblical character after he, rather than Jesus Christ, was pardoned. Barrabas was translated into several languages, and adapted as both a play and a movie. Par Lagerkvist was named as one of the 18 "immortals" of the Swedish Academy in 1940. Several years later, in 1951, he received the Nobel Prize for Literature. He died in Stockholm on July 11, 1974.

W. H. Auden, who was born in York, England, on February 21, 1907, is one of the most successful and well-known poets of the 20th century. Educated at Oxford, Auden served in the Spanish Civil War, which greatly influenced his work. He also taught in public schools in Scotland and England during the 1930s. It was during this time that he rose to public fame with such works as "Paid on Both Sides" and "The Orators." Auden eventually immigrated to the United States, becoming a citizen in 1946. It was in the U.S. that he met his longtime partner Chester Kallman. Stylistically, Auden was known for his incomparable technique and his linguistic innovations. The term Audenesque became an adjective to describe the contemporary sounding speech reflected in his poems. Auden's numerous awards included a Bollingen Prize in Poetry, A National Book Award for "The Shield of Achilles," a National Medal for Literature from the National Book Committee, and a Gold Medal from the National Institute of Arts and Letters. Numerous volumes of his poetry remain available today, including "About the House" and "City Without Walls." W.H. Auden died on September 28, 1973 in Vienna.

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