Dagmar Normet

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Dagmar Normet (born and until 1940 Dagmar Rubinstein; from 1940–1945 Dagmar Randa; February 13, 1921 Tallinn – October 16, 2008 Tallinn) Estonian literary author and translator.

Dagmar Normet was evacuated to and studied in Ulyanovsk at the Pedagogical Institute, and in Moscow at the Moscow Institute of Physical Education. In 1945 Dagmar returned to Tartu to teach sport at the Tartu state University.

From 1945-1960, Dagmar was married to the Estonian composer Leo Normet, with whom she had a son Ingo and a daughter Haldi.

Works[edit]

  • "Maalesõit" (1948)
  • "Me ehitame maja" (1957)
  • "Vöödiline hobune" (Play 1968)
  • "Lo Tui" (Essay; 1973)
  • "Delfiinia" (1975)
  • "Suur saladus" (Radio drama; 1977)
  • "Une-Mati, Päris-Mati ja Tups" (1979)
  • "Kümme ust" (1985)
  • "Une-Mati rannakülas" (1986)
  • "Ernst Idla – võlur Tallinnast" (1991)
  • "Naeratuste vikerkaar" (1992)
  • "Lõvi ja lohe" (1993)
  • "Avanevad uksed" (2001)
  • "... ainult võti taskus" (2004)

Translation[edit]

  • Mira Lobe "Vanaema õunapuu otsas" (1973)
  • Mira Lobe "Hiir kipub välja" (1984)

References[edit]

http://elm.einst.ee/issue/19/short-outlines-books-estonian-authors/