„Nachts denkt man anders als am Tage“ – Laxness’ Alþýðubókin

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Ulrich Groenke

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This article gives a summary of the life and the work of the Icelandic poet Johann Jonsson (1896-1932), who had lived in Leipzig since 1921 and also died there. To this end, published and unpublished letters by the poet are evaluated on a large scale. In the appendix, two of his most important works, the poem “SoknuSur” and the prose fragment “Nott i Riesental”, are presented in a German translation.

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Groenke, U. (2007). „Nachts denkt man anders als am Tage“ – Laxness’ Alþýðubókin. Folia Scandinavica Posnaniensia, 6, 25-36. Retrieved from https://pressto.amu.edu.pl/index.php/fsp/article/view/10729
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