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Reuter, Bjarne (B.)

REUTER, Bjarne (B.)

REUTER, Bjarne (B.). Danish, b. 1950. Genres: Plays/Screenplays, Young adult fiction, Novels, Novellas/Short stories, Mystery/Crime/Suspense, Children's fiction. Career: Teacher, c. 1975-80; full-time writer, 1980-. Publications: BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE, IN ENGLISH TRANSLATION: Busters verden (novel), 1978, trans. by A. Bell as Buster's World, 1988; Da solen skulle saelges (retelling of a Chinese folk tale), 1985, trans. by J. Tate as The Princess and the Sun, Moon, and Stars, 1986; Drengene fra Sankt Petri (novel), 1991, trans. by A. Bell as The Boys from St. Petri, 1994; Kys stjernerne (novel), 1980, trans. by A. Bell as Buster The Sheikh of Hope Street, 1991. SCREENPLAYS FOR FILM AND TELEVISION: (with B. August) Zappa (film; based on novel of the same title), 1983; Buster's World (film; based novel of the same title; originally broadcast in Denmark as a television miniseries), 1984; (with B. August) Tro, hab, og karlighed (film; based on novel sequence Naar snerlen blomstrer), 1984, released as Twist and Shout, 1986; (with B. August and P.O. Enquist) Pelle erobreren (film; based on Vol. 1 of novel by Martin Andersen Nexo), 1987, released under as Pelle the Conqueror, 1988; (with S.K. Jacobsen) Drengene fra Sankt Petri. Address: ICBS/IBIS, Kvaesthusgade 3 F, DK-1251 Copenhagen K, Denmark.

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