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I varje droppe är en ädelsten

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Nationalskalden Gustaf Frödings verk blir nu humoristiskt levandegjorda i serieform. Möt versskatten på ett helt nytt modernt sätt, kliv in i Frödings fantastiska värld. Träffa dikternas karaktärer och känn granbarren sticka i näsan, dikter i serieform är något alldeles speciellt.

När Malin Biller nu tolkar sin husguds ord erbjuder hon ett helt nytt sätt att läsa Fördings d
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Hardcover, 144 pages
Published August 2014 by Kolik förlag
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Fredrik Strömberg
Malin Biller takes on the daunting task of transforming a national treasure, the works of poet Gustaf Fröding, into comics. And she does it with warmth, humour and a very obvious, almost palpable love for the material, a love that shines through to the reader.

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I must admit that I myself have no personal relationship to Fröding. Sure, I've read his poems, which are so ingrained in the Swedish culture that references to them pop up just about everywhere, but I've never become a fan. I am a big fan
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