Sigrid Undset

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Norwegian novelist (1882-1949)


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Norwegian composer and pianist Ketil Bjornstad was invited to compose the music for the National Theatre's production Undset, about the tragic life of author and Nobel prizewinner Sigrid Undset.
The scientist and northern lights researcher Kristian Birkeland decorates the 200-krone note, while author and Nobel prize winner Sigrid Undset was chosen for the 500-krone note.
She never came to play the role onscreen, but after "Sophie" she directed the Sigrid Undset classic for Norsk Film.
Sigrid Undset, escritora noruega; Tucidides, historiador ateniense; Rubens, "el mas grande pintor flamenco del siglo XVII; personajes biblicos, como Josue y Ezequiel; etc.
Seventy years ago, Norwegian novelist Sigrid Undset won the Nobel Prize in literature, principally for two masterworks--a trilogy and a tetralogy--set in early fourteenth-century Norway.
This scanty information may not suffice to enable even the knowledgeable reader to identify, respectively, Selma Lagerlof, Sigrid Undset, Grazia Deledda, Gabriela Mistral, Pearl Buck, Toni Morrison, Nadine Gordimer and Nelly Sachs.
Novelist who, along with Knut Hamsun and Sigrid Undset, is one of the outstanding names in 20th-century Norwegian fiction.
In 1928 Sigrid Undset was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature.