Sissel Lie

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Sissel Lie (born 12 November 1942) is a Norwegian novelist, translator, and playwright.[1]

Biography[edit]

Sissel Lie was born in Kristiansand, in Vest-Agder county, Norway. She has been a professor of Romance languages and literature at the University of Trondheim since 1992. Her literary début, the short story collection Tigersmil, won Tarjei Vesaas' debutantpris for 1986. Her works have been translated into eight languages as of 2004. She has edited anthologies of French poets and translated poetry, short stories and novels from the French language. She has also been co-editor of Kvinnenes kulturhistorie (1985–1988).

Drama[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Tigersmilshort story anthology (1986)
  • Løvens hjertenovel (1988)
  • Sjelen har intet kjønn : kvinner og kjærligheten i franske romaner på 1600-tallet og 1700-tallet – non-fiction, (1988)
  • Granateple – novel, (1990)
  • Reise gjennom brent sukker – novel (1992)
  • Rød svane – novel, (1994)
  • Pusegutten er en drittsekk – children's book, (1995) (illustrated by Kim Hiorthøy)
  • Fri som foten : om å skrive fagtekster – textbook (1995)
  • Pusegutten og den lille gule – children's book, (1996) (illustrated by Kim Hiorthøy)
  • Pusegutten er eldst og tykkest og det har han tenkt å fortsette med! – children's book, (1997) (illustrated by Kim Hiorthøy)
  • Svart due – novel, (1997)
  • Bustehøner på busstur – children's book, (1998) (with Kjersti Lie, illustrated by Finn Graff)
  • Pusegutter tåler nesten alt – children's book, (1999)
  • Mor og Medusa : portrett av den moderne kunstneren – non-fiction, (1999)
  • Jakten på jeget : blant amasoner og franske forførere – non-fiction, (2003)

Prizes[edit]

References[edit]

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Preceded by
Morten Harry Olsen
Winner of Tarjei Vesaas' debutantpris
1986
Succeeded by
Aagot Vinterbo-Hohr