Gunnar D. Hansson (born 1945 on the island Smögen in Sweden), is an author, poet, essayist, translator and associate professor of literature at Göteborg University. De dödas traditioner 1980.
Gunnar D. He is an acclaimed translator of several works, including Old English poetry.
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associate professor of literature at Göteborg University, academic, author, poet, essayist, translator. Nådens oordning 1988 (dissertation).
Övergångar" 1979 "De dödas traditioner" 1980 "Avbilder" 1982 "Otid" 1985 "Nådens oordning" 1988 . Music Inspired by Lord of the Rings (Bo Hansson album) - For the similarly titled Mostly Autumn album, see Music Inspired by The Lord of the Rings (Mostly Autumn album).
Övergångar" 1979 "De dödas traditioner" 1980 "Avbilder" 1982 "Otid" 1985 "Nådens oordning" 1988 (dissertation) "Martin Koch" 1988 "Olunn" 1989 "Lunnebok" 1991 "Idegransöarna" 1994 "AB Neandertal" 1996 "Ärans hospital" 1999 "Förlusten av Norge" 2000 "Senecaprogrammet" 2004. Hansson, is an author, poet, essayist, translator and associate professor of literature at Göteborg University. associate professor of literature at Göteborg University, academic, author, poet, essayist, translator. Prose, Translation, Poetry. Gunnar D.
Gunnar D Hansson’s most popular book is Estética de la creación verbal. Showing 16 distinct works. Författaren och hjälten i den estetiska verksamheten by. Mikhail Bakhtin, Kajsa Öberg Lindsten (Översättare, Inledning, Koment.
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Gunnar D Hansson is a poet, essayist, and literary writer . He is a lecturer in literary science and has been a professor of comparative literature at the University of Gothenburg. He is also a translator of Old English and Old Icelandic poetry. Hansson’s collections are unparalleled in Swedish poetry, in terms of both originality and literary quality. His work is rooted in both present and past, in ancient Nordic tradition and even beyond. He grew up on Sweden’s west coast, in Smögen, Bohuslän. Right before the reader’s eyes the book reveals a unique, wayward, and fascinating landscape and expands into a deeply personal geographical and topographical exploration.