Wera Sæther

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Wera Sæther (born 1945) is a Norwegian psychologist, poet, novelist, essayist, writer of books for youth and of documentary books. She made her literary debut in 1974 with the poetry collection Barnet og brødet.[1] Sæther was awarded the Gyldendal's Endowment in 1979 (shared with Cecilie Løveid).[2] She was awarded the Dobloug Prize in 1996.[1]

Books[edit]

  • Barnet og brødet – poems (1973)
  • Mellom stumheten og ordet – documentary (1974)
  • Kvinnen, kroppen og angsten – (1974)
  • Der lidelse blir samfunn – prose (1975)
  • Barnet, døden og dansen – prose (1978)
  • Lovet være du, søster Brød – documentary (1979)
  • Vei – novel (1980)
  • Hvit sol – documentary (1983)
  • Comiso, en klage – poems (1984)
  • Sol over gode og onde – prose (1985)
  • Afrika, Ordfrika og andre hemmeligheter – children's book (1986)
  • Kjærlighetssang – poems (1986)
  • Vi overlever ikke alt – documentary (1987)
  • Fravær nærvær – poems (1987)
  • Rommet med det rare i – documentary (1988)
  • Berøring forbudt – documentary (1988)
  • Jeg tar asken og går – poems (1989)
  • I lys av døden – documentary (1992)
  • I Naomis hus – documentary (1993)
  • Kan kamelene synge? – documentary (1994)
  • A for ansikt – novel (1994)
  • Rwandas øyne – documentary (1994)
  • Gudinnen med det skinnende sverdet – children's book (1995)
  • Ruts bok 1989 – novel (1995)
  • Maisbarnebarna – documentary (1996)
  • Det uhørte Guatemala – (1997)
  • Om mitt hode var vann – novel (1997)
  • Denne krukken er knust – novel (1998)
  • Støvets sønn – novel (1998)
  • Adresse i vinden. Indiske reiser – essays (1999)
  • Brent barn – novel (2000)
  • Saras reise – children's book (2001)
  • En annen dato et annet sted – essay (2002)
  • Umas øyne – children's book (2004)
  • MammaRitaHuset – barnebok (2006)
  • En annens navn i munnen – novel (2009)
  • Rett Øst – poems (2009)

Prizes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Wera Sæther". Store norske leksikon (in Norwegian). Oslo: Kunnskapsforlaget. Retrieved 19 March 2010. 
  2. ^ "Gyldendalprisen" (in Norwegian). forfatterportalen.no. Retrieved 19 March 2010.