Anders Ehnmark

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Anders Jacob Ehnmark (born 2 June 1931) is a Swedish author and journalist.

Ehnmark was born in Linköping, Östergötland County, Sweden. He earned a B.A. from Uppsala University in 1960, and an honorary doctorate from Göteborg University in 1993. From 1956 to 1972 he was employed by the Swedish newspaper Expressen, where he is an independent columnist since 1995. In the early 1970s Ehnmark was employed at the Swedish communist newspaper Norrskensflamman.[1] He has also been employed at the journal Folket i Bild/Kulturfront. Around 1980 he became a member of the Left Party – Communists.[1]

He is married since 1976 to journalist Annika Hagström.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Angola (1962)
  • Cuba cubana (1963)
  • Guerrilla (1968)
  • Rapport från det röda Emilien (1969)
  • Exemplet Guinea-Bissau (1973)
  • Jag är jävligt optimistisk (1973)
  • Tusen fasta viljor (1974)
  • Karamellkoket (1976)
  • Chez nous (1976, co-author: Per Olov Enquist)
  • Mannen på trottoaren (1979)
  • Palatset (1979)
  • Ögonvittnet (1980)
  • Doktor Mabuses nya testamente (1982, co-author: Per Olov Enquist))
  • Arvskifte (1983)
  • Maktens hemligheter (1986)
  • Protagoras sats (1987)
  • Slottet (1990)
  • Rättvisa och makt (1992)
  • Resan till Kilimanjaro (1993)
  • Tre essäer om befrielse och frihet (1994)
  • Den döda vinkeln (1994)
  • Resa i skuggan (1995)
  • Minnets hemlighet (1999)
  • Frihetens rike (2001)
  • Krigsvinter (2002)
  • Tal på Övralid 6 juli 2002 (2002)
  • En stad i ljus (2005)

Awards and honors[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Ahlmark, Per (1997). Det öppna såret : om massmord och medlöperi (in Swedish). Stockholm: Timbro. p. 144. ISBN 91-7566-326-0. 

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