Madsen, Svend Aage
MADSEN, Svend Aage
MADSEN, Svend Aage. Also writes as Marianne Kainsdatter. Danish, b. 1939. Genres: Novels, Plays/Screenplays, Novellas/Short stories. Publications: IN ENGLISH TRANSLATION: Dage med Diam ell: Livet om natten (novel), 1972, as Days with Diam, 1994; Tugt og utugt i mellemtiden (novel), 1976, as Virtue and Vice in the Middletime, 1992; Det sidste suk (play), 1986, produced as The Last Breath, 1990. OTHER: Besoeget (novel), 1963; Lystbilleder, 1964; Otte gange Orphan (fiction), 1965; Tilfoejelser (novel), 1967; Modsatterne og Omvendterne (children's book), 1967; Et livstykke og andre stykker (plays), 1967; Liget og lysten (novel), 1968; Tredje gang saa tar vi ham (crime novel), 1969; Maskeballet (stories), 1970; Saet verden er til (novel), 1971; (as Marianne Kainsdatter, with L. Madsen) Blodet paa mine haender (crime novel), 1973; Jakkels vandring (novel), 1974; Hadets baand (novel), 1978; Se dagens lys (novel), 1980; Den stoerste gaade (juvenile novel), 1982; Vi? Vi, Vi! (children's book), 1982; Af sporet er du kommet (novel), 1984; Svejk i 3: Verdenskrig (play), 1984; Dr. Strangula (play), 1985; Lad tiden gaa (novel), 1986; Madsens kongespil (plays), 1986; Noegne masker (play; title means: Naked Masks), 1987; Svar udbedes (play), 1987; Slaegten Laveran (novel), 1988; At fortaelle menneskene (novel), 1989; Mellem himmel og jord (stories), 1990; Jagten paa et menneske (juvenile novel), 1991; (as Marianne Kainsdatter, with L. Madsen) Et ved jeg som aldrig doer (crime novel), 1991; Edens gave (novel), 1993; Syv aldres galskab (novel), 1994; Den usynlige myre (children's book), 1995; Kvinden uden kroj (novel), 1996; Finder sted (novel), 1998; Genspejlet (novel), 1999. RADIO PLAYS: I virkeligheden; Kopisten. Address: Vestre Strandalle 154 B, DK-8240 Risskov, Denmark.
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