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Stig Dagerman (b. 1923 in Älvkarleby, d. 1954), was one of the most prominent Swedish authors in the aftermath of World War II. During 1945-49 he enjoyed phenomenal success writing novels, short stories, plays, poems and a large amount of journalism. His work deals predominantly with the universal problems of morality and conscience, of sexuality and social philosophy, and of love, compassion and justice. Despite the somewhat sombre content, he displays a wry sense of humour that occasionally turns his writing into burlesque or satire.
In the autumn of 1954, Stig Dagerman was found dead. However, his existential texts transcend time and place and continue to be widely published in Sweden, as well as abroad.
Sleet is one of four books with short stories by Sweden's most beloved authors: Astrid Lindgren, August Strindberg, Selma Lagerlöf and Stig Dagerman. A quartet of classic Swedish literature!
The concept of Novellix is simple; small books, big stories, all contained within beautiful, accessible packages, perfect for reading on the go.
Novellix - The Gift of Great Stories.
- Orginaltitel: Snöblandat regn
- Formgivare: Lisa Benk
- Format: Häftad
- Upplaga: 1
- ISBN: 9789175892245
- Språk: Engelska
- Antal sidor: 27
- Utgivningsdatum: 2017-06-01
- Översättare: Steven Hartman
- Förlag: Novellix