Løveid, Cecilie (1951–)

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Løveid, Cecilie (1951–)

Norwegian writer. Name variations: Løveid or Loeveid. Born 1951 in Norway; raised in Bergen; studied at art college.

Internationally recognized poet, novelist and playwright, published poetic novel Most (1972); wrote Alltid Skyer Over Askoy (Always Clouds Over Askoy, 1976), Sug (Sea Swell, 1979), and the Prix Italia-winning radio drama, Seagull Eaters (1982); received acclaim for Osterrike (Austria, 1998), a play based on Ibsen's dramatic poem Brand (1866) which was performed as part of Ibsen Festival at National Theater in Oslo (1998).

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