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Brantenberg, Gerd

BRANTENBERG, Gerd

BRANTENBERG, Gerd. Norwegian, b. 1941. Genres: Novels, Literary criticism and history, Plays/Screenplays. Career: Norwegian novelist and feminist activist. High school teacher in Copenhagen, Denmark, 1971-74, and in Oslo, Norway, 1974-82; writer, 1982-. Cofounder of refugee center for women, the Women's High School, Denmark, and Literary Women's Forum, Norway. Publications: NOVELS: Opp alle jordens homofile (title means: Arise All Gays of the Earth), 1973, German trans., 1983, English trans. as What Comes Naturally, 1986; Egalia's dotre, 1977, trans. by L. Mackay as The Daughters of Egalia, 1985, another English trans. as Egalia's Daughters, 1985; Ja, vi slutter (title means: Stop Smoking), 1978; Sangem om St. Croix (title means: The Song of St. Croix) 1979, German trans., 1982; Favntak (title means: Embraces), 1983; Ved fergestedet (title means: At the Ferry Crossing) 1985; For alle vinder, 1989, English trans., 1996, title also rendered as Scattered by the Winds. MUSICALS: Egalia, 1982. LITERARY HISTORY AND CRITICISM: (with others) Pea sporet av den tapte lyst: Kjurlighet mellom kvinner som litterurt motiv, 1986; Eremitt og entertainer: Forfatteren moter sitt publikum, 1991. Address: c/o Aschehougs Forlag, Schestedsgt. 3, Oslo, Norway.

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