Norwegian literature
Norwegian literature is literature composed in Norway or by Norwegian people. The history of Norwegian literature starts with the pagan Eddaic poems and skaldic verse of the 9th and 10th centuries wit...
Old Norse poetry
Old Norse poetry encompasses a range of verse forms written in Old Norse, during the period from the 8th century (see Eggjum stone) to as late as the far end of the 13th century. Most of the Old Norse...
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Old Norse literature
Old Norse literature refers to the vernacular literature of the Scandinavian peoples up to ca. 1350. It chiefly consists of Icelandic writings.See:
List of Norwegian writers
This is a list of Norwegian literature authors in the order of their year of birth. The century assignment is the period of their most significant works.
Gay Kids
Gay Kids – Kule barn som også finnes (2008) ("Gay Kids – Cool children who also exist") is a non-fiction Norwegian book that attempts to educate children about homosexual love.Gay Kids was released o...
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Norwegian Academy for Language and Literature
The Norwegian Academy for Language and Literature (Norwegian: Det Norske Akademi for Språk og Litteratur) is a Norwegian learned body on matters pertaining to the Dano-Norwegian language. Its prim...
Profil (literary magazine)
Profil was a Norwegian literary magazine which had great influence in the late 1960s and the 1970s. The magazine was founded in 1938 as Filologen, a house organ for the Faculty of Humanities at the Un...
Gordon Hølmebakk
Gordon Hølmebakk (born 1928) is a Norwegian publishing editor, essayist and novelist. He was born in Feda, and the brother of writer Sigbjørn Hølmebakk. He worked for the publishing company Gyldendal ...
Andhrimner
Andhrimner was a literary and satirical weekly magazine, issued from January to September 1851 in Kristiania, Norway.
Andhrimner was established in 1851, as Manden ("The Man"), but was later renam...
Norwegian Society
The Norwegian Society (Norske Selskab) was a literary society for Norwegian students in Copenhagen active from 1772 to 1813. Its members included authors, poets and philosophers. The Norwegian Society...
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Hans Aanrud
Hans Aanrud (3 September 1863 – 11 January 1953) was a Norwegian author. He wrote plays, poetry, and stories depicting rural life in his native Gudbrandsdal, Norway.
Aanrud, who came from a rural ...
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Norwegian Society of Composers and Lyricists
NOPA, the Norwegian Society of Composers and Lyricists is a trade union for creators of music and song lyrics in Norway.It was created in 1937 as Norske populærautorer. The name has later been changed...
Alf Amble
Alf Maria Amble (1909–1950) was a Norwegian anti-Semitic activist and writer.He was born in Trondhjem, but grew up in a foster home in Stjørdal. He took a short technical education in Oslo in 1925–192...
Henrik Ibsen
Henrik Johan Ibsen (/ˈɪbsən/; [ˈhɛnɾɪk ˈɪpsən]; 20 March 1828 – 23 May 1906) was a major 19th-century Norwegian playwright, theatre director, and poet. He is often referred to as "the father of realis...
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Emmausprisen
Emmausprisen is the name of a Norwegian award founded in 1998 by the Norsk Forleggersamband and Norsk Bokhandlersamband. It is given to books that "in an outstanding manner conveys and confirms the C...
Norsk Ordbok (Nynorsk)
Norsk Ordbok (NO) is a comprehensive dictionary of written New Norwegian (Nynorsk) and the Norwegian dialects, planned to twelve volumes and with eleven volumes published. The work will be completed i...