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1. Knut Pedersen Hamsun Winner Of The 1920 Nobel Prize In Literature
knut pedersen hamsun, a nobel Prize Laureate in Literature, at thenobel Prize Internet Archive. knut pedersen hamsun. 1920 nobel
1920 Nobel Laureate in Literature
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2. Index Of Nobel Laureates In Literature
ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF nobel PRIZE LAUREATES IN LITERATURE. Name, Year Awarded.Agnon, Shmuel Yosef, 1966. Grass, Günter, 1999. hamsun, knut pedersen, 1920.
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3. Literature 1920
hamsun's acceptance speech and a brief biography.Category Arts Literature World Literature Norwegian hamsun, knut......The nobel Prize in Literature 1920. for his monumental work, Growthof the Soil . knut pedersen hamsun. Norway. b. 1859 d. 1952. The
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4. Knut Hamsun (Nordic Authors Presented By Project Runeberg)
hamsun, knut (18591952), writer, Norway. In 1920, knut pedersen hamsun receivedthe nobel Prize for literature, for his monumental work, Growth of the Soil .
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See also: Reference Biography and Genealogy Hamsun, Knut (1859-1952) , writer, Norway. In 1920, Knut Pedersen Hamsun received the Nobel Prize for literature, "for his monumental work, Growth of the Soil ". See also The Nobel Foundation and their presentation of the laureate Tidstavle over Knut Hamsun ved Nasjonalbiblioteket i Mo i Rana. Knut Hamsun presented in English by Kuusankoski Public Library in Finland. Read more about Knut Hamsun in:
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The following Nordic Authors have been awarded the nobel Prize for 1917, HenrikPontoppidan, Denmark (1857 1943); 1920, knut pedersen hamsun, Norway (1859
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6. Knut Pedersen Hamsun Biography
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Knut Pedersen Hamsun biography
Knut Hamsun, recipient of the 1920 Nobel Prize for Literature, was born in Lom, Norway. His original name was Knut Pedersen. His father, Peder Pedersen, was a tailor, and his mother was Tora Pedersen. He had almost no formal education and worked for his uncle for most of his early years. Later he taught school. As a result of his support of the Germans in World War II, he was put on trial for his views. The charges were eventually dropped because of his age. Hamsun published his first book, DEN GADEFULDE, when he was 18. He gained recognition as a writer with his 1890 publication, SULT (THE HUNGER). bodyOffer(22084) Knut Hamsun died in Norholm, Norway in 1952. CHRONOLOGY He was born in Lom, Norway. (August 4) He ran away to Lom. He returned to Hamaroy. DEN GADEFULDE EN GJENSYN; BJORGER; He moved to Christiania. He moved to the United States. He returned to Norway. He moved again to the United States. He returned to Norway. LARS OFTEDAL SULT (THE HUNGER) MYSTERIER (MYSTREIES) REDAKTOR LYNG; NY JORD (SHALLOW SOIL); He moved to Paris.

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8. Knut Hamsun
dramatist, poet, winner of the nobel Prize for knut hamsun was born in Lom in theGudbrandsdalen itinerant tailor, and Tora (Olsdatter Garmotraedet) pedersen.
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B C D ... Z by birthday from the calendar Credits and feedback Knut Hamsun (1859-1952) - pseudonym of Knut Pederson Norwegian novelist, dramatist, poet, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1920. Among Hamsun's most famous novels is Hunger , an intense story of a starving writer, which has attracted readers since its publication in 1890. Before and during World War II the author supported the Nazis. This separated Hamsun from other intellectuals and writers who supported the Soviet Union and Stalin. After the war Hamsun was consequently ostracized as a traitor. "If one only had something to eat, just a little, on such a clear day! The mood of the gay morning overwhelmed me, I became unusually serene, and started to hum for pure joy and for no particular reason. In front of a butcher's shop there was a woman with a basket on her arm, debating about some sausage for dinner; as I went past, she looked up at me. She had only a single tooth in the lower jaw. In the nervous and excitable state I was on, her face made an instant and revolting impression on me - the long yellow tooth looked like a finger sticking out of her jaw, and as she turned toward me, her eyes wee full of sausage. I lost my appetite instantly, and felt nauseated." (from Hunger Knut Hamsun was born in Lom in the Gudbrandsdalen Valley in central Norway, as the fourth son of Peder Petersen, a skilled itinerant tailor, and Tora (Olsdatter Garmotraedet) Pedersen. When Hamsun was three the family moved to the town of Hamarøy, some 100 miles north of the Arctic Circle. There Peder Petersen took charge a farm, owned by his brother-in-law Hans Olsen, who ran the village library and post office. Olsen became a victim of paralytic illness and claimed that the Pedersens owed him money. Hamsun was not allowed to play with the other children but he started to work for Olsen, keep the post office accounts, and chop wood, to pay the debt to him,. Later Hamsun returned in his works to his ill treatment - Olsen he called "red-bearded messenger of death."

9. Knut Hamsun Linkpage
knut pedersen hamsun Biography from The nobel Foundation of the 1920 winner ofthe nobel Prize in Literature. The site includes his acceptance speech.
There are those who would hold that the name of Knut Hamsun should appear prominently on any list of "great Norwegians" for he was a Norwegian, and his literary works reflected genius and artistry. It is true that he brought credit to his homeland in 1920 when he was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature (for "The Growth of the Soil" penned in 1917). But it is also true that as years went on, he became devoted to the cause of the Nazis, and made a gift of his Nobel Prize Medal to Hitler lieutenant Joseph Goebbels. When the Nazis barged into Norway, establishing a puppet government, nearly every Norwegian reviled at the occupation and discerned clearly the evil in the cause of the occupiers. Hamsun welcomed the invading troops. At the war's end, Hamsun, once a hero to Norway, was convicted in connection with his pro-Nazi activities and heavily fined being spared imprisonment undoubtedly in deference to his literary contributions and age. While the works of Hamsun may be entitled to reverence for their greatness, can the

10. Hamsun, Knut
hamsun, knut,. hamsun, oil painting by an unknown artist, 1919. By courtesyof the nobel Foundation, Stockholm. pseudonym of knut pedersen (b. Aug.
Hamsun, Knut,
Hamsun, oil painting by an unknown artist, 1919 By courtesy of the Nobel Foundation, Stockholm pseudonym of KNUT PEDERSEN (b. Aug. 4, 1859, Lom, Nor.d. Feb. 19, 1952, near Grimstad), Norwegian novelist, dramatist, poet, and winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1920. A leader of the Neo-Romantic revolt at the turn of the century, he rescued the novel from a tendency toward excessive naturalism. 10 years, he worked as a casual labourer. Twice he visited the United States, where he worked as a streetcar conductor in Chicago and a farmhand in North Dakota. His first publication was the novel Sult Hunger 1899), the story of a starving young writer in Norway. Sult marked a clear departure from the social realism of the typical Norwegian novel of the period. Its refreshing viewpoint and impulsive, lyrical style had an electrifying effect on European writers. Hamsun followed his first success with a series of lectures attacking such idols as Ibsen and Tolstoy, and he produced a flow of works that continued until his death. Like the asocial heroes of his early works e.g.

11. Hamsun, Knut -- Encyclopædia Britannica Online Article
knut hamsun, oil painting by an unknown artist, 1919. By courtesy of the nobel Foundation,Stockholm. pseudonym of knut pedersen Norwegian novelist, dramatist

12. Grimstad - Knut Hamsun
One of the world's great writers, knut pedersen, (better known by thename knut hamsun) won the nobel Prize for Literature in 1920.
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13. Knut Hamsun - Wikipedia
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(Redirected from Knut Pedersen Hamsun Knut Hamsun February 19 ) was a leading Norwegian author, born under the name of Knut Pedersen. He first received acclaim for his novel Sult , translated as Hunger . The work, which is semi-autobiographical, described a young writer's descent into near madness as a result of hunger and poverty. In many ways, the novel presages the writings of Franz Kafka and other twentieth-century novelists, who explored the madness of the contemporary human condition. Other important works by Hamsun include Pan ) and The Growth of the Soil ), for which he received the

14. Bibliography Knut Hamsun
You may find numerous biographys on the nobel prize winner. place you'll find it onthe internet (or elsewhere ) knut hamsun 1st ed pedersen, M.Urdal ( Tromsø ).
Bibliography Knut Hamsun A bibliography on great Norwegian
writer Knut Hamsun ( 1859-1952). You may find
numerous biographys on the Nobel prize winner.
I recommend R.Ferguson's "Enigma" This Bibliography shows Hamsuns published work in his lifetime. For information on Hamsun publishings witout own paging ( i.a articles ),
or foreign language editions, feel free to contact me, and I will try to help. Read Hamsuns own words about his books
New - List of number of 1.edition copies printed
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Knut Hamsun 1st ed. copies
Be aware of changes in later editions. For instance some of Sult and Mysterier
content have been let out. Unfortunately the rule for many books. Year Title Notes Publisher Den Gaadefulde. En Kjærlighedshistorie fra Nordland * Published under name Kn. Pedersen M.Urdal ( Tromsø ) Et gjensyn Published under name Knud Pedersen Hamsund ( Bodø) Bjørger Published under name Knud Pedersen Hamsund c (Bodø ) Lars Oftedal. Udkast

15. V.S. Naipaul: Literaturnobelpreisträger 2001
Translate this page pedersen hamsun bei dtv - Von knut hamsun sind bei dtv diese Titel erschienen knutpedersen hamsun im Internet - hamsun im Electronic nobel Museum Project.
Nobelpreisträger bei dtv Der Nobelpreis für Literatur wird seit 1901 vergeben und wird allgemein als der international bedeutendste Literaturpreis gesehen. Eine Liste mit allen Preisträgern finden Sie übrigens hier: ( Der dtv hat es immer als eine seiner wesentlichen Aufgaben empfunden, wichtige Werke der Literatur dem Lesepublikum zugänglich zu machen. So finden sich im Programm des dtv auch noch weitere Werke von bedeutenden Literatur-Nobelpreisträgern. Günter Grass (1999)
»Weil er in munterschwarzen Fabeln das vergessene Gesicht der Geschichte gezeichnet hat.«
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Gabriel García Márquez(1982)
»For his novels and short stories, in which the fantastic and the realistic are combined in a richly composed world of imagination, reflecting a continent's life and conflicts.«
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16. Side 8 Knut Hamsun (1859-1952) Genreforklaring Realismen
hamsuns romaner. hamsun, knut pedersen The nobel Prize in Literature1920; hamsun, knut Særoppgave av Else Birgit Østro. hamsun
Side 8 Knut Hamsun (1859-1952) Genreforklaring Realismen Alexander Kielland Henrik Ibsen ... Jakob Sande
Han vert rekna som ein av dei største og mest lesne forfattarane i norsk litteratur. Først og fremst er han den store ordkunstnar en. Den frodige fantasien gjennomstrøymer alle verka hans. Han er naturlyrikaren som fråtsar i stemningsord, som lovprisar ro-mantikk og dei ville idear, og som lar heltane sine (alltid mannlege) gjere dei underlegaste handlingar. Dei svingande stemningane og brå, nervøse skiftingane i sinnet er uttrykk for den interessa som Hamsun og andre forfattarar hadde for det umedvitne sjelelivet i tida rundt 1890-1900 (Freuds psyko-analyse). Hamsun levde storparten av barneåra sine i Nordland, og det meste av naturstemningane har han nok f rå dette miljøet. Seinare levde han eit svært omflakkande liv, før han slo seg ned på storgarden Nørholm ved Grimstad. Han prøvde seg både som skomakerlærling, lærar, skreppekar, lensmannsbetjent; og i Amerika som butikk- ekspeditør, farmar, sporvognkonduktør og prestesekretær. Etter f leire mislykka forsøk på å få utgjeve ei bok, slo han til slutt igjennom med "Sult", der han skildrar dei magre åra sine i Christiania.

17. Nobel Prize Alphabetical
Alphabetical Listing of nobel Laureates 19012000. Click on a link and seethe short biographical notes on this site hamsun, knut pedersen, 1920.
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Name Year Awarded Agnon, Shmuel Yosef Aleixandre, Vicente Andriic, Ivo Asturias, Miguel Angel ... Yeats, William Butler Click the banner to return to homepage First published December 2000. Last revised 02 dec 2002

18. Nobel Prize 1901-1925
1920 knut pedersen hamsun (18591952, Norwegian). was awarded the 1920 nobel Prizein Literature for a specific book his monumental work Growth of the Soil
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(1856-1950, British) for his work which is marked by both idealism and humanity, its stimulating satire often being infused with a singular poetic beauty. The stamp to the left was issued 1994 by his native Eire.
(1867-1925, Polish)
(pen-name of REYMENT for his great national epic, The Peasants.
(1865-1939, Irish) for his always inspired poetry, which in a highly artistic form gives expression to the spirit of a whole nation. The stamp to the left was issued 1994 by his native Eire.
((1866-1954, Spanish) for the happy manner in which he has continued the illustrious traditions of the Spanish drama. ANATOLE FRANCE (1844-1924, French) (pen-name of JACQUES ANATOLE THIBAULT in recognition of his brilliant literary achievements, characterized as they are by a nobility of style, a profound human sympathy, grace, and a true Gallic temperament. KNUT PEDERSEN HAMSUN (1859-1952, Norwegian)

19. Knut Hamsun
Translate this page Seudónimo de knut pedersen, escritor noruego, cuyas obras reflejan En otras novelasposteriores, hamsun revela sus Recibió el premio nobel de Literatura por
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S eudónimo de Knut Pedersen, escritor noruego, cuyas obras reflejan su individualismo y su rechazo a la civilización industrial. Nacido en Lom el 4 de agosto de 1859, ingresó en la universidad de Christiania (hoy Oslo), sin ningún tipo de formación previa, con la intención de ser periodista. Abandonó pronto sus proyectos y emigró a los Estados Unidos, donde vagabundeó de un lugar a otro, a la vez que escribía. En 1888 regresó a Noruega y se dedicó por completo a la literatura. Fue uno de los principales motores del neorromanticismo, movimiento que hizo su aparición entre los siglos XIX y XX, y se hizo célebre en toda Escandinavia con la novela Hambre (1890), en la cual describe los efectos psicológicos de la hambruna. A ésta siguieron otras novelas, como Pan Bajo la estrella de otoño (1906), en la que expone sus ideas sobre la vida inconsciente del alma; y Un vagabundo toca con sordina (1909). Los personajes de este periodo de la trayectoria de Hamsun son seres impulsivos e irracionales que, odiando la sociedad organizada, escapan, por lo general, a lugares apartados, con el fin de eludir responsabilidades. En otras novelas posteriores, Hamsun revela sus preocupaciones sociales. Así, por ejemplo, en En el país de los cuentos (1913) y Bendición de la tierra (1917), considerada como la más importante del autor, en la que hace una encendida defensa del ideal del noble campesino y denuncia la decadencia capitalista. Recibió el premio Nobel de Literatura por su obra en el año 1920. En sus últimas novelas, como

20. Hamsun, Knut
Translate this page knut pedersen hamsun que, en 1920, fue honrado como el primer ciudadano de su paísa raíz de haber recibido el Premio nobel de Literatura y, en 1948, a los
MENÚ PRINCIPAL BIOGRAFÍAS Knut Hamsun Knut Hamsun estaba ya maduro para escribir una gran obra. Sus doce años de lucha prolongada con la miseria lo habían preparado para escribir su magnífica novela "Sult" (Hambre), qu~ es, en substancia, y a través de las aventuras de Thomas Glahn, la descripción de sus propias experiencias en Cristianía. Pero Hamsun las describió sin amargura ni rencores, en una forma que demostraba que no sólo había asimilado la experiencia, sino también trascendido sus límites.

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