Per Olof Sundman
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|Per Olof Sundman|
Per Olof Sundman
|Born||Per Olof Sundman
4 September 1922
|Died||9 October 1992
|Notable works||Flight of the Eagle|
Per Olof Sundman released his first book in 1957 and soon became a successful writer, even internationally. His writing has been compared to that of Ernest Hemingway. In 1968, Sundman received the Nordic Council's Literature Prize for his 1967 novel Ingenjör Andrées luftfärd (The Flight of the Eagle) and in 1975, he became a member of the Swedish Academy, seat 6. His seat is now held by Tomas Riad.
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