1 edition of Modern Nordic plays: Sweden. found in the catalog.
Modern Nordic plays: Sweden.
|Series||Library of Scandinavian literature -- v. 19.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||419|
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Modern Nordic plays: Sweden. New York, Twayne Publishers  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: OCLC Number: Description: pages 22 cm. Contents: Introduction / Helmer Lang --The madcap / Lars Forssell --One man's bread / Folke Fridell --The sandwiching / Lars Görling --Isak Juntti had many sons / Björn-Erik Höijer.
Series Title. "This book contributes to a better understanding of the Nordic model by highlighting the convergences with and divergences from the rest of Europe and within Scandinavia itself.
In doing so, it challenges the preconceived notion that Scandinavia is an entirely distinct region, politically, economically and socially."–Cited by: Genre/Form: Drama Translations Translations into English: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Modern Nordic plays.
New York, Twayne Pub. Inc., © Scandinavian literature is the literature in the languages of Scandinavian countries of Northern Europe.
Scandinavia Modern Nordic plays: Sweden. book Denmark, Norway and Sweden. These peoples have produced an important and influential literature.
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A book that doesn’t feature Mankell’s famous detective, Kurt Wallander. Instead a young policeman with cancer investigates the murder of a former colleague. The novel touches issues that preoccupy modern day Sweden – bigotry and a liberalism that is scarred by a resurgence in the neo-Nazi movement.
While this celebrity historian's book is far from a work of classic literature, The Local's Editor David Landes recommends it as a good introduction to the history of Sweden. One book on the list, Harry Martinsson's When Nettles Bloom, is not available in English, but there is a simplified Swedish edition.
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The widely held stereotype in the US of Nordic countries is that they are “nanny states” that discourage individuality and impose high by: 7. Modern Nordic plays, Norway.
New York: Twayne, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: OCLC Number: Notes: Translated from the Norwegian. Description: pages ; 21 cm. Contents: The house / Johan Borgen --The injustice / Finn Havrevold --The bleaching yard / Tarjei Vesaas --The Lord and his servants / Axel Kielland.
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