KARIN BOYE. [Swedish edition]

By: (Boye, Karin). Abenius, Margit

Price: $15.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Good


Stockholm: Bokforlaget Aldus/Bonniers, (1965).. (1965).. Good. - Octavo, softcover bound in pictorial wrappers. The binding is lightly bumped with the spine & extremities darkened & with the head of the spine lightly chipped. The rear cover is creased. 368 plus 7-page publisher's catalog. The bottom corners of the first 30 pages are lightly bumped, else the contents are very good.

Karin Boye [1900-1941] was a Swedish poet and novelist best known for her poems and her novel "Kallocain" inspired by her visit to the Soviet Union in 1928 and her visit to Germany during the rise of the Nazis. The novel was filmed in Sweden in 1981. Until 1930, Boye was a member of the Swedish Clarte League, a socialist group. Together with Erik Mesterton and Josef Riwkin, she founded the poetry magazine Spektrum in 1931, and she was a member of the Swedish literary institution Samfundet De Nio from 1931 until her death.

The text is in Swedish.

Title: KARIN BOYE. [Swedish edition]

Author Name: (Boye, Karin). Abenius, Margit

Categories: Literature,

Publisher: Stockholm: Bokforlaget Aldus/Bonniers, (1965).: (1965).

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 28694

Keywords: LITERATURE; SCANDINAVIAN LITERATURE; SWEDISH LITERATURE; KARIN BOYE; SWEDISH AUTHOR; NOVELIST; POET; BIOGRAPHY; MARGIT ABENIUS.