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Stig Dagerman (1923–1954)

Author of A Burnt Child

Includes the names: Dagerman S, S. Dagerman, Stig Dagerman, Still Dagerman, Stig Halvard Dagerman

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Stig Dagerman (1923-1954) was the literary wunderkind of his generation in Sweden. Surpassed in Swedish literature perhaps only by August Strindberg in terms of his work's compressed intensity, Dagerman's remarkable literary output came to an abrupt end when he committed suicide at the age of thirty-one. Gri Somnen(Sleep Walking) By Karin Mamma Anderson, 1986. The Artist is Represented by Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm and the David Zwirner Gallery, New York Photo by Buknowskis Auctions Author Photograph Courtesy of Norstedts Agency.
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A Burnt Child 243 copies, 7 reviews
German Autumn 201 copies, 6 reviews
The Snake 130 copies, 3 reviews
The Games of Night 112 copies, 1 review
Island of the Doomed 108 copies, 1 review
Bröllopsbesvär 102 copies, 2 reviews
Dagsedlar 56 copies, 1 review
Sleet: Selected Stories 46 copies, 1 review
Dikter, noveller, prosafragment 42 copies, 2 reviews
Tuer un enfant 8 copies, 1 review
Nattens lekar 7 copies, 1 review
Teater 1 3 copies
La politica dell'impossibile 3 copies, 1 review
Il serpente 2 copies
Teater 2 2 copies
Brev 2 copies
Waar is mijn Noorse Trui? 2 copies, 1 review
Nous, je 1 copy
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Stig Dagerman was one of the most popular Swedish writers of the 1940s, enjoying phenomenal success with novels, short stories, a book about postwar Germany, plays, poems, satirical verses, essays, and journalism.
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