Snow in May: An Anthology of Finnish Writing, 1945-1972
Richard Dauenhauer, Philip Binham
Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 1978 - Literary Criticism - 389 pages
The first major anthology of Finnish literature in translation, containing substantial representation of most major figures of the postwar period. The primary material is supplemented by essays and translations of essays by writers, scholars, and critics.
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MARJALEENA MIKKOLA Boy for a Summer
VEIKKO HUOVINEN Before Beirut
TIMO K MUKKA The Wolf
PAAVO HAAVIKKO The Superintendent
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