Þórbergur Þórðarson

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This is an Icelandic name. The last name is a patronymic, not a family name; this person is properly referred to by the given name Þórbergur.
Þórbergssetur museum and cultural centre in Hali, Suðursveit

Þórbergur Þórðarson (Thorbergur Thordarson) (Hali í Suðursveit, 12 March 1888/1889[1]Reykjavík, 12 November 1974) was an Icelandic author and Esperantist. On 30 June 2006, Þórbergssetur was opened as a museum and cultural center in Hali, Suðursveit.

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  • 1915: Hálfir skósólar
  • 1917: Spaks manns spjarir
  • 1922: Hvítir hrafnar (reprint of "Hálfir skósólar" and "Spaks manns spjarir")
  • 1924: Bréf til Láru
  • 1938: Íslenzkur aðall (Portions published in English as In Search of My Beloved by Twayne Publishers, 1967)
  • 1940–1941: Ofvitinn
  • 1945–1950: Ævisaga Árna Þórarinssonar prófasts, (memoirs of Árni Þórarinsson)
  • 1954–1955: Sálmurinn um blómið
  • 1956: Steinarnir tala (Published in English as The Stones Speak by Mál og menning, Reykjavík 2012)
  • 1960: Ritgerðir 1924–1959 (essays)
  • 1975: Í Suðursveit
  • 2010: In the Footsteps of a Storyteller (excerpts accompanied by photographs, Forlagið 2010)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ (Icelandic)"Þórbergur Þórðarson: Æviferill". Thorbergur.is.  English translation

References[edit]

  • Íslenska Alfræðiorðabókin P-Ö. 1990. Editors: Dóra Hafsteinsdóttir and Sigríður Harðardóttir. Örn og Örlygur hf., Reykjavík.

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