Lars Amund Vaage

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Lars Amund Vaage (born 13 May 1952 at Sunde in Kvinnherad) is a Norwegian author and playwright.[1]

Vaage debuted in 1979 with his novel Øvelse Kald vinter. His work has been recognized by numerous awards and prestigious nominations, including nomination for the Nordic Council's Literature Prize for the novel Rubato in 1995. He was also nominated for the Brage Prize for Kunsten å gå in 2002.

Vaage is the grandson of the Norwegian author Ragnvald Vaage (1889–1963).

Bibliography[1][edit]

  • Øvelse Kald vinter - novel (1979)
  • Fager kveldsol smiler - novel (1982)
  • Kyr - noveller - (1983)
  • Dra meg opp - novel (1985)
  • Baronen, skodespel (1987)
  • Begynnelsen - novel (1989)
  • Guten med den mjuke magen - children’s book (1990)
  • Oklahoma - novel (1992)
  • Rubato - novel (1995)
  • Den framande byen - novel om Wilhelm Reich (1999)
  • Guten og den vesle mannen - children’s book (2000)
  • Det andre rommet - poetry (2001)
  • Kunsten å gå - novel (2002)
  • Tangentane - novel (2005)
  • Utanfor institusjonen - poetry (2006)

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