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by Tiina Nunnally,William Heinesen
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Here's the back story: Born in 1900, William Heinesen was an author, poet, and painter from the Faroe Islands, which was for much of his life under Danish rule (The Faroes are now mostly autonomous, although Denmark still handles their defense, legal system, and 'foreign affairs. Anyway, Laterna Magica is not supposedly Heinesen's best (or best known) work, but I found both the premise and execution of this collection rather fascinating.
Here's the back story: Born in 1900, William Heinesen was an author, poet, and painter from the Faroe Islands, which was for much of his life under Danish rule (The Faroes are now mostly autonomous, although Denmark still handles their defense, legal system, and 'foreign affairs.
Tiina Nunnally is an American novelist and translator of Scandinavian literature. Tiina also translated contemporary novels, such as the best-selling "Smilla’s Sense of Snow" by Peter Hoeg. In this mystery, Seattle translator Margit Andersson turns amateur sleuth, when she discovers the murdered body of an eighty-year-old Danish fisherman, whom she had befriended. As with her previous work, Nunnally weaves history and lore into the narrative.
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by. Heinesen, William, 1900-1991. Short stories, Danish - Translations into English, Short stories, Danish. 159 pages ; 22 cm. Translation of: Laterna magica. Seattle : Fjord Press. Promenade at twilight - The silent guests - Master Jakob and Miss Urd - Stubborn Stina - The lucky stone - The fall - The miracle - The ballad of the toft boy - Laterna magica - The fire-pump test.
In Laterna Magica, the narrator bridges the gap between local literature and world literature in his allusions to broadly .
In Laterna Magica, the narrator bridges the gap between local literature and world literature in his allusions to broadly canonical works. One of the stories, "De stumme gagster", is dedicated to two Faroese poets, the brothers . Moreover, world literature is an explicit model for Laterna Magica in that the stories are inspired by A Thousand and One Nights and Boccaccio's Decameron, in both of which the narrator also postpones death by telling stories. These works serve as unforgettable examples of a certain tragic humor (64).
Кинофестиваль любительского фильма. Places Jõhvi Arts and entertainmentCinema Laterna Magica. English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español.
Magician's Lantern (Czech: Laterna magika), largely considered the world's first multimedia theatre, was founded as a cultural program at the 1958 Brussels Expo. Shortly after, the company was invited to give performances in the Soviet Union, Syria, Egypt, the USA, England, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Spain and Israel. It launched its official activity on 9 May 1959, as an independent company of the National Theatre, performing at the Adria palace in Prague.
William Heinesen, Laterna Magica (short stories), afterword by Niels Ingwersen, Fjord (Seattle, WA), 1987. SIDELIGHTS: Tiina Nunnally is a respected translator of Scandinavian literature as well as a novelist whose work is infused with her deep knowledge of Scandinavian culture. With Steven T. Murray) Villy Sørensen, Another Metamorphosis and Other Fictions (short stories), Fjord (Seattle, WA), 1990. Jens Peter Jacobsen, Niels Lyhne (novel), afterword by Eric O. Johannesson, Fjord (Seattle, WA), 1990. Herman Bang, Katinka (novel), Fjord (Seattle, WA), 1990. And author of afterword) Tove Ditlevsen, The Faces (novel), Fjord (Seattle, WA), 1991.
Laterna magica, a collection of short stories, is "vintage Heinesen from the very start," remarked Jones in World Literature .
Laterna magica, a collection of short stories, is "vintage Heinesen from the very start," remarked Jones in World Literature Today. Jones called the book "an impressive show of humor," and observed that "at the age of eighty-six, Heinesen is clearly writing with as much energy and verve as ever.
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