1995:S Issue

Nothing disappears: The continuity of Kerstin Ekman's work

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Barndom

Translated by Rochelle Wright

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Memories and dreams

Translated by Sarah Death

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from Magic Circles

Translated by Linda Schenck

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from The Spring

Translated by Sarah Death

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Why I said yes to the Swedish Academy

Translated by Sarah Death

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Androgyny and psychic integration in The Robbers of Skule Forest

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from The Robbers of Skule Forest

Translated by Anna Paterson

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from The Knife-Thrower's Woman

Translated by Rose-Marie Oster

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from Blackwater

Translated by Joan Tate

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Stories in a changing landscape: Kerstin Ekman's latest novel

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Obsessed by society


Current Issue: 2018:2

Issue 2018-2

  • Johanna Nilsson, from The Greener Abyss
  • Karin Boye, from Astarte
  • C Claire Thomson, Love Without Lovers, Words Without Images: On Ingmar Bergman's Unrealised Screenplays
  • Robin Fulton Macpherson, Remembering Östen Sjöstrand
  • Charlotte Berry, Nordic Literary Translators Joan Tate and Patricia Crampton
  • Jan Holmberg, from The Writer Ingmar Bergman
  • Ingmar Bergman, from Work Diaries 1955-1974
  • Jenny Jägerfeld, from Comedy Queen
  • Ingmar Bergman, Writing Through a Glass Darkly
  • Bookshelf, edited by Fiona Graham
  • Just Out and Coming Up

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