Jørgen Haugan

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Jørgen Haugan (born 1941) is a Norwegian author and lecturer. He was written a number of books, principally biographies of noted Scandinavian writers.[1]

Haugan earned a doctorate in philosophy in 1977 from the University of Copenhagen with a thesis on Henrik Ibsen.[2]

Haugan received the Georg Brandes award for his biography of Martin Andersen Nexø in 1999. Haugan completed his biography of Knut Hamsun in 2004. Haugan works as a lecturer in the Department of Scandinavian Studies and Linguistics at the University of Copenhagen. He had previously worked at the University of Trondheim.[3] [4]

Selected bibliography[edit]

  • Henrik Ibsens metode: Den indre utvikling gjennem Ibsens dramatikk (Oslo, 1977)
  • Diktersfinxen - En studie i Ibsen og Ibsen-forskningen (Oslo, 1982)
  • 400 Årsnatten - Norsk Selvforståelse Ved En Korsvei (Oslo, 1991)
  • Alt Som Er Bekendt Erotik - En Biografi Om Martin Andersen Nexø (Copenhagen, 1998)
  • Solgudens fall. Knut Hamsun, en litterær biografi (Oslo, 2004)

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