Knut Hauge (writer)
Hauge was born at Vestre Slidre in Oppland, Norway. He operated a farm in addition to writing a series of novels, children's books and plays. He also chaired the cultural society Noregs Ungdomslag from 1955 to 1959.  
His first novel was Krossen under Torfinnshø in 1948, and his last novel was Prolog til ei svunnen tid in 1989. In 1965, Hauge won the Sunnmørsprisen for his novel, Kross og kvitsymre. He was awarded the Mads Wiel Nygaard's Endowment (Mads Wiel Nygaards legat) in 1967, Aschehoug Prize (Aschehougprisen) in 1977 and Dobloug Prize (Doblougprisen) in 1986.    
Knut Hauge died during 1999. A bust of Hauge was installed at the Valdres Folkemuseum at Nord-Aurdal in Oppland during 2007. The sculpture was designed by artist Laila Olava Unhjem and Knut Olav Dokken from Vestre Slidre.
- Ulfssønene (1969)
- Tidevatn (1971)
- Spelemann Siljufløyt (1973)
- Einsame ulvar (1975)
- Juvet (1978)
- Enno ein vår (1980)
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| Chairman of Noregs Ungdomslag
| Recipient of the Mads Wiel Nygaard's Endowment
Lars Berg and
| Recipient of the Aschehoug Prize
Olav H. Hauge
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