Stina Aronson

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Stina Aronson
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Stina Aronson
Born Ester Kristina Andersson
(1892-12-26)26 December 1892
Uppsala, Sweden
Died 24 November 1956(1956-11-24) (aged 63)
Uppsala, Sweden
Occupation writer, schoolteacher
Language Swedish
Nationality Swedish
Period 1921–52

Stina Aronson (1892–1956) was a Swedish writer. Considered a modernist, she gained fame with her novel Hitom himlen (This Side of Heaven) (1946) in which she portrayed women farmers in the north of Sweden.[1]

Bibliography[edit]

  • 1921 – A book about good neighbors
  • 1922 – chance in ward
  • 1923 – I give way
  • 1928 – Two men were happy under the pseudonym Sara Sand
  • 1929 – The fable of Valentin under the pseudonym Sara Sand
  • 1930 – Twelve sea under the pseudonym Sara Sand
  • 1931 – My Sister, under the pseudonym Sara Sand
  • 1931 – Fever book under the pseudonym Minnie Palm
  • 1935 – Jenny of medal
  • 1937 – Villages in the mountains
  • 1942 – The boy on the threshold
  • 1946 – On this side of heaven
  • 1948 – Song to the North Star
  • 1949 – Kantele
  • 1949 – Two actors (consisting of the drama My Sister and Dock Dance )
  • 1950 – The fourth way
  • 1952 – Truth country
  • 1967 – The red gift and Other Stories

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Swedish Literature in the 20th Century". Samenland.nl. Retrieved 20 January 2015.