Tuula Hökkä (toim.): Toiset ambivalentit äänet

Tuula Hökkä (toim.): Toiset ambivalentit äänet

Six female scholars, from Norway, Estonia, and Finland, address the work of remarkable 20th Century female poets in their languages – Unni Langås that of Eldrid Lunden, Sissel Furuseth of Gunvor Hofmo, Tuula Hökkä of Eeva-Liisa Manner, Ele Süvalep of Betti Alver, and Auli Auväärt of Debora Vaarandi, whereas Anna Hollsten writes about Finnish writers of childrens literature.
Against the background of International Modernism, with its various avangardes, and the history and culture of their countries, the scholars chart the dimensions, surprises, points in common as well as differences – the richness, and the other ambivalent voices (”toiset ambivalentit äänet”) -- of the female poetics in Northern Europe. –- The anthology is multi-lingual, one essay written in Norwegian, two in Finnish, one in English, and one in Estonian and English.

22,90 €

ntamo, Helsinki 2007. 6” × 9”, pehmeäkantinen/paperback, 207 s./pp. ISBN 978-952-215-008-0. Ulkoasu/Art work Lauri Wuolio. OVH/recommended retail price 28,10 euroa/euros, ntamo.net-hinta/price 22,90 euroa/euros.


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