Dan Andersson

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Daniel "Dan" Andersson

Daniel "Dan" Andersson (Ludvika, 6 aprile 1888Stoccolma, 16 settembre 1920) è stato uno scrittore e poeta svedese. Inoltre adattò alcune delle sue poesie in musica. Andersson sposò l'insegnante di scuola elementare Olga Turesson, sorella dell'artista Gunnar Turesson, nel 1918. A volte utilizzava come pseudonimo Black Jim. Andersson è annoverato tra gli autori proletari svedesi, benché le sue opere non si limitino a questo genere.

Opere[modifica | modifica sorgente]

  • Modern Swedish Poetry Pt. 1 1929[1]
  • Modern Swedish Short Stories 1934[2]
  • Charcoal Burner’s Ballad and Other Poems 1943[3]
  • Scandinavian Songs and Ballads 1950[4]
  • The Last Night in Paindalen 1958[5]
  • Swedish Songs LP 1974[6]
  • Swedes On Love CD 1991[7]
  • Dan Andersson in English 1994[8]
  • Poems of Dan Andersson 2003[9]

Note[modifica | modifica sorgente]

  1. ^ Modern Swedish Poetry Pt. 1, trans. by C.D. Locock, (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1929).
  2. ^ Modern Swedish Short Stories, trans. by Madeleine Ekenberg, (London: Cape, 1934).
  3. ^ Charcoal Burner’s Ballad and Other Poems by Dan Andersson, trans. by Caroline Schleef, (New York: Fine Editions Press,1943).
  4. ^ Scandinavian Songs and Ballads edited by Martin S. Allwood, (Mullsjö: Anglo-American Center, 1950).
  5. ^ The Last Night in Paindalen by Dan Andersson, trans. by Caroline Schleef, (Galesburg: Wagoner Printing Co., 1958).
  6. ^ Swedish Songs LP, trans. by Fred Lane, (Stockholm: Troll Flute, 1974).
  7. ^ Swedes On Love CD, trans. by Roger Hinchliffe, (Stockholm: Roger Records, 1991).
  8. ^ Dan Andersson in English, trans. by Åke Helgesson, (Hallsberg: Åke Helgesson, 1994).
  9. ^ 'Poems of Dan Andersson, trans. by Mike McArthur, (Wintringham: Oak Tree Press, 2003).

Bibliografia[modifica | modifica sorgente]

  • (EN) Alrik Gustafson, A History of Swedish Literature, Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 1961.
  • (EN) Ingemar Algulin, A History of Swedish Literature, Stoccolma, Swedish Institute, 1989.
  • (EN) Lars G. Warme, A History of Swedish Literature, Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press, 1996.

Altri progetti[modifica | modifica sorgente]

Controllo di autorità VIAF: 54190325 LCCN: n79084958