Freddy Fjellheim

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Freddy O. Fjellheim (born 1957) is a Norwegian author who made his début in 1983 with 1. Olsen’s Bok. His work is characterized by its literary experimentation and integration of forms and genres. He has published poetry, prose, and essays.

Fjellheim is an active participant in current literary debates, and his essays and articles are widely published. He is also a respected literary critic.[citation needed]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Bjarte Engers livegenskap, (Cappelen) 2007
  • Hvile og slagverk, MMSAY (Cappelen) 2004
  • Kristus kommer - og Maria, (Cappelen) 2003
  • Føniks, historier, essays (Cappelen) 2001
  • Ljåens svarte blomst, syklus (Cappelen) 1999
  • Rov, folkelivsskildring (Cappelen) 1995
  • IECUR, parabel (Cappelen) 1994
  • Plexus, essay (Gyldendal) 1993
  • Forbindelser, transkripsjoner, prekener, essays, fortellinger (October) 1991
  • Smargden, sekvenser (Oktober) 1989
  • Scherzo, roman (Gyldendal) 1987
  • 1. Olsens Bok, noveller (Gyldendal) 1983