|Born||22 January 1940|
|Died||8 June 2020 80)(aged|
|Awards||Dobloug Prize (1992)|
Tobias Berggren (22 January 1940 – 8 June 2020) was a Swedish poet. He made his literary debut in 1969. Among his later collections are Namn och grus from 1973 and Fält och legender from 1997.He was awarded the Dobloug Prize in 1992.
Events in the year 1759 in Norway.
Botnedalen is a valley in the municipality of Tokke in Vestfold og Telemark, Norway. It used to contain a number of mountain farms. Water from the lake Botnedalsvatn is utilised in the Byrte Hydroelectric Power Station.
Gunnar Sandgren was a Swedish journalist, novelist and playwright.
Hans Granlid (1926–1999) was a Swedish novelist and literary researcher. Among his novels are Nertrappning from 1969, and Hotellsaga from 1972. He was awarded the Dobloug Prize in 1991.
Göran Printz-Påhlson (1931–2006) was a Swedish poet essayist, translator and literary critic. Among his essay collections are Solen i spegeln from 1958 and Appendiks from 1960. He was awarded the Dobloug Prize in 1992. He held academic posts at Cambridge University, Harvard University, and elsewhere.
Gustav Hedenvind-Eriksson was a Swedish novelist. He made his literary debut in 1910 with the novel Ur en fallen skog. Later novels are Vid Eli vågor from 1914, Järnets gåta from 1921, and På friköpt jord from 1930. His books often deal with his experiences as a logger, a navvy or a sailor, and are inspired by the oral storytelling he heard as a child in faraway Jämtland. He was awarded the Dobloug Prize in 1959.
Björn-Erik Höijer was a Swedish novelist, short-story writer and playwright.
Per Erik Rundquist was a Swedish novelist and poet. He made his literary debut in 1938, with the novel Sven-Patrik. Among his later novels are Kalla mig Ismael! from 1950, and Generalen from 1953. He was awarded the Dobloug Prize in 1974.
Carl-Henning Wijkmark was a Swedish novelist and translator. He made his literary debut in 1972, with the novel Jägarna på Karinhall. Among his other novels are Dressinen from 1983 and Sista dagar from 1986. He was awarded the Dobloug Prize in 1986. He received the August Prize in 2007, for his novel Stundande natten.
Per Agne Erkelius was a Swedish novelist, playwright and teacher. He made his literary debut in 1961, with the novel Städerna vid havet. Other novels are Fotografen from 1976 and Rembrandt til sin dotter from 1998. He was awarded the Dobloug Prize in 1995.
Claes Hylinger is a Swedish novelist, essayist, poet and literary critic. He made his literary debut in 1972 with the novel I krig och kärlek. Among his other novels is Ett långt farväl from 1981. He was awarded the Dobloug Prize in 2002.
Birgitta Lillpers is a Swedish poet and novelist. Among her poetry collections are Silverskåp from 2000 and Nu försvinner vi eller ingår from 2007. Among her novels are Blomvattnarna from 1987 and Medan de ännu hade hästar from 1993. She was awarded the Dobloug Prize in 2001 and the Grand De Nio Prize in 2008. She was awarded the Bellman Prize in 2011.
Per Odensten is a Swedish novelist and poet. He made his literary debut in 1981 with the novel Gheel. Among his other novels are Vänterskans flykt from 2004, and Horntrollet from 2007. He was awarded the Dobloug Prize in 2000.
Sven Viktor Rosendahl was a Swedish journalist, novelist and short story writer. Among his books are the short story collection Svartstarr from 1949 and the novel Gud fader och tattaren from 1951. He was awarded the Dobloug Prize in 1984.
Carl Abraham Daniel Fehrman was a Swedish literary historian. He was appointed professor at the University of Lund from 1958 to 1980. Among his works is Forskning i förvandling from 1972. He was awarded the Dobloug Prize in 2006. He was a member of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters.
Events in the year 1623 in Norway.
Mathias Soggemoen was a Norwegian railway worker, mountain climbing pioneer and guide.
Events from the year 1926 in Sweden
Events from the year 1940 in Sweden
Søilen Teater was a theatre that opened in Oslo in 1930. It was managed by Sophus Dahl until 1932. It was then a supporting stage for Chat Noir until 1934. From 1934 to 1939 the theatre was run by Henry Gleditsch, and from 1939 it was run by Aud Ricther. From 1942 it housed Leif Juster's stage Edderkoppen Theatre, and in 1945 it housed Studioteatret.