Jesper Ewald

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Jesper Ewald (24 December 1893 in Vordingborg – 30 August 1969 in Copenhagen) was a Danish author, journalist and translator. He was the son of Carl Ewald and half-brother to Poul Henningsen.[1]

Beside the books he wrote under his own name, Jesper Ewald wrote many children's books under different pseudonyms. He also translated works by Honoré de Balzac and Rudyard Kipling.

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  • The provident Dane's trip in Paris (Den sparsommelige Danskers Pariserfærd) (1921)
  • The little (Den lille) (1926)
  • The young one (Ungen) (1939)
  • Fairytales in Selection (Eventyr i Udvalg) (1941)
  • The twins: A beautiful birthday (Tvillingerne: en dejlig Fødselsdag) (1941)
  • Hansen & Son (Hansen & Søn) (1942)
  • The War of Proxima (Krigen over Proxima) (1943)
  • S. Seidelin: 1843 - 10th of October 1943: A brief history of a Danish tradinghouse: History through 100 years. (S. Seidelin : 1843 - 10. Oktober - 1943 : Træk af et Dansk Handelshus' Historie gennem hundrede Aar) (1943)
  • Gråpeter (1943)
  • Lundquist and Elvira and other stories (Lundquist og Elvira og andre historier) (1944)
  • The Green Years (De grønne år) (1945)
  • On a hunt in Copenhagen (Paa Jagt i København) (1945)
  • The bright night (Den lyse nat) (1947)
  • The rich years (De rige år) (1947)
  • An ugly boy (En grim Dreng) (1947)
  • Poetic Works: 1912-1948 (Poetiske Skrifter : 1912-1948) (1948)
  • Travel in France (Frankrigsrejse) (1948)
  • Poetic Works (Poetiske skrifter) (1948)
  • Europe is my home (Europa er mit hjem) (1949)
  • The little paradise and other experiences between Skagen and Rome (Det lille paradis og andre oplevelser mellem Skagen og Rom) (1950)
  • Travel in Spain (Spaniensrejse) (1952)
  • Letters from a childhood (Breve fra en barndom) (1953)
  • Niels Hansen: A biography (Niels Hansen : et portræt) (1953)
  • Danish fairytales (Danske folkeeventyr) (1954)
  • Strømkæntring (1954)
  • A fight with life (I kamp med livet) (1954)
  • Treklang (1960)
  • Stories (Historier) (1961)
  • He turns the hourglass (Han vender timeglasset) (1963)
  • Jesper Næsvis and other Danish fairytales (Jesper Næsvis og andre danske folkeeventyr) (1964)
  • Miseri Mø and other Danish fairytales (Miseri Mø og andre danske folkeeventyr) (1965)
  • A naǐve traveller in France, Italy and Spain (En troskyldig rejsende i Frankrig, Italien og Spanien) (1965)

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