Erling Kittelsen

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Erling Kittelsen
Erling Kittelsen

Erling Kittelsen (born 10 April 1946) is a Norwegian poet, novelist, children's writer, playwright and translator. He made his literary debut in 1970 with the poetry collection Ville fugler.[1][2]

He was awarded the Mads Wiel Nygaard's Endowment in 1982, the Aschehoug Prize in 1990, and the Dobloug Prize in 2002.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Wild birds (poems) 1970
  • The tree arches (fable) 1973
  • Between the rivers (7 stories) 1976
  • Swing village (novel) 1977
  • Long live the hull, rise from the junk (children book) 1979
  • House in lockdown (biography) 1979
  • Day and night at Le (poems) 1981
  • Tiu (poetry cycle) 1982
  • The wayward story about sollos, sealcats and a pocket of love in the sea (fable) 1983
  • In this house (together with Paal-Helge Haugen, poems) 1984
  • To tease a Guru, the story of a nameless seal) 1985
  • Raka, the storyteller (fable) 1987
  • Abiriel´s lion (play) 1988
  • She (dialog with an Edda-poem, poetry cycle) 1989
  • The spacedrifter (play) 1991
  • Pit (fable) 1991
  • Fable Vega (fable) 1992
  • The house of the seven dolls (play) 1993
  • Heaven, Lake (translation of He Dong together with the poet) 1994
  • Oceans of moments (translation of Jamshed Masroor together with the poet) 1994
  • Fleeing clouds (translating of Muniam Alfaker together with the poet) 1994
  • In (48 poems) 1995
  • Dainas (translation of Latvian folk-poems) 2006
  • Otrap (A critical exposition or wondrous intervals during 46 positions of love, novel) 1998
  • On the heaven (play) 2000
  • The book of vision (translation of Muniam Alfaker together with Walid al-Kubaisi) 2001
  • Vindkald (dialog with an Edda-poem) 2001
  • The sail of Brage (dialog with a scaldic poem) 2003
  • From vinehouse to mosque (translation together with Finn Thiesen, 5 Persien poets) 2003
  • The rooster has crowed, the hero has done everything he had to do (poems, translated from Korean together with Vladimir Thikonov) 2004
  • For Inanna (Enheduanna´s poem translated from Sumerian together with Jens Braarvig)
  • The receiver (poems) 2005
  • Diamond mountains (translation of poems of the dying together with Vladimir Thikonov) 2006
  • All that remains (biography) 2007
  • When the world whispers (translations of san-stories together with Roger Avenstrup) 2008
  • Don´t tell it (play) 2009
  • The poem runs like a town (poetry cycle) 2010
  • Selected poems (bilingual, Norwegian/English) 2012
  • I, Jako (novel) 2013
  • The sleeper (play) 2014

References[edit]

  1. ^ Henriksen, Petter (ed.). "Erling Kittelsen". Store norske leksikon (in Norwegian). Oslo: Kunnskapsforlaget. Retrieved 29 June 2010. 
  2. ^ Rottem, Øystein. "Erling Kittelsen". In Helle, Knut. Norsk biografisk leksikon (in Norwegian). Oslo: Kunnskapsforlaget. Retrieved 29 June 2010.