Jens Christian Grøndahl

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Jens Christian Grøndahl in March 2010

Jens Christian Grøndahl (born 9 November 1959 in Lyngby) is a Danish writer.

His novel An Altered Light was shortlisted for the 2006 International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award.[1]

In 1998 he won the Danish booksellers award De Gyldne Laurbær (The Golden Laurel) for his novel Lucca.[2]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Kvinden i midten - 1985
  • Syd for floden - 1986
  • Rejsens bevægelser - 1988
  • Det indre blik - 1990
  • Skyggen i dit sted - 1991
  • Dagene skilles - 1992
  • Stilheden i glas - 1993
  • Indian summer - 1994
  • Tavshed i oktober - 1996 (translated into English by Anne Born, Silence in October 2000)
  • Lucca - 1998 (translated into English under same title 2002)[3]
  • Hjertelyd - 1999
  • Virginia - 2000 (translated into English by Anne Born under same title, 2003)
  • Et andet lys - 2002 (translated into English by Anne Born, An Altered Light 2005)
  • Piazza Bucarest - 2004 (translated into Romanian by Carmen Vioreanu, 2013)
  • Røde hænder - 2006
  • Tre skridt tilbage - 2007 (essays)
  • Den tid det tager - 2008
  • Fire dage i marts - 2009
  • Om en time springer træerne ud - 2010
  • Det gør du ikke - 2010
  • Før vi siger farvel - 2012
  • Den sibriske måne - 2013

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lea, Richard (6 April 2006). "Shortlist announced for literature's richest prize". The Guardian. Retrieved 28 January 2016. 
  2. ^ Litteratursiden.dk Grøndahl, Jens Christian - Lucca
  3. ^ Koning, Christina (19 July 2002). "Review: Lucca by Jens Christian Grondahl". The Guardian. Retrieved 5 July 2012.