gruble net europa Germany in particular is devouring books written in the Scandinavian nation, reports broadcaster timesjobs employer login.
rusmidler og karbohydrater "As many as 538 books have been translated to 44 languages [in 2017]. It was the best year for Norwegian literature we have seen," Margit Walsø, director of the Norwegian Literature Abroad (NORLA) centre, told NRK.
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sjel som går igjen "The German literature industry knows that Norway will be the big news at the Book Fair, and there will be interest in having Norwegian books on their lists," she said to NRK.
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slyngplanter til hagen Other authors including Dag Solstad, Nina Lykke and Terje Dragseth are also set to receive new German translations.
stekeplater til grill Åsne Seierstad's One of Us, which addresses the 2011 attack in Norway by right-wing terrorist Anders Breivik and subsequent trial, recently won the prestigious Leipzig Book Award for European Understanding 2018.
feste sikkerhetsnett trampoline The next-most translated languages for Norwegian books after German are Danish, English, Swedish and Spanish.
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