Mutiny on the barque Zuidersee; Hardcover – 1970.
Mutiny on the barque Zuidersee; Hardcover – 1970. by. Aksel Sandemose (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.
Aksel Sandemose and Canada: A Scandinavian Writer's Perception of the Canadian Prairies in the 1920's. En flyktning krysser sitt spor.
Sandemose was a prolific writer, he was interested in social and psychological analysis, especially . Items related to Mutiny On the Barque Zuidersee.
Sandemose was a prolific writer, he was interested in social and psychological analysis, especially of conformity. Home Sandemose, Aksel. Mutiny On the Barque Zuidersee. Published by London, Spearman, 1970.
Aksel Sandemose (né Axel Nielsen; 19 March 1899 – 6 August 1965) was a Danish-Norwegian writer. Axel Nielsen was born at Nykøbing Mors on the island of Mors in Denmark. His parents were Jørgen Nielsen (1859–1928) and Amalie Jacobsdatter (1861–1926). His father was a factory owner. He was the second youngest of nine children. He attended Staby vinterlærerskole 1915–1916. His mother was originally from Sandermosen at Maridalen in Aker, Norway. He changed his surname to Sandemose in 1921.
Aksel Sandemose’s most popular book is En flyktning krysser sitt spor. Mutiny On The Barque Zuidersee by. Aksel Sandemose.
10- You're not to think you can teach us anything. The Jante Law as a concept was created by the author Aksel Sandemose. 11- Perhaps you don't think we know a few things about you? The Law of Jante is the description of a pattern of group behaviour towards individuals within Nordic countries that negatively portrays and criticises individual success and achievement as unworthy and inappropriate. The novel portrays the small Danish town Jante where nobody is anonymous. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
FYI: Aksel Sandemose was born in Denmark, but is a Norwegian author
FYI: Aksel Sandemose was born in Denmark, but is a Norwegian author. I’m not saying this to compete with my Danish neighbours, but I see you are asking just Danes and that the question is labeled Danish Culture.
Sandemose published his first book in Denmark during 1923. Sandemose fathered five children over his lifetime. Pejlinger i Aksel Sandemoses forfatterskab (Vordingborg: Attika). His most notable work was En flyktning krysser sitt spor (1933). The novel was translated into English and published under the title A Fugitive Crosses His Tracks in 1936 by Alfred A. Knopf. He was the grandfather of illustrator and children's writer Iben Sandemose.
He is the grandfather of illustrator and children's writer Iben Sandemose. He attended a local school in Nykøbing on the island of Mors in his youth, and boarded a schooner for Norway at the age of seventeen
He is the grandfather of illustrator and children's writer Iben Sandemose. He attended a local school in Nykøbing on the island of Mors in his youth, and boarded a schooner for Norway at the age of seventeen. He worked as a teacher, journalist, sailor and lumberjack in Newfoundland. In 1930, Sandemose moved to Norway, and lived in Nesodden, south of Oslo. After Nazi Germany occupied Norway during World War II, he fled to neighboring Sweden in 1941 due to his peripheral association with the Norwegian resistance. After the war, he moved back to Norway, and settled in Søndeled.
Aksel Sandemose was a Danish-Norwegian writer. Iben Sandemose