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32/2011 by Johannes Anyuru
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Jan 12, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: anthology, authors, collection, poetry, swedish
Recommended for: all into poetry in Sweden
Read from January 08 to 13, 2012 — I own a copy

A very good Swedish poetry anthology. All over, it collates Swedish contemporaries by pulling stuff from their published works and is very recent in its content.

My faves:

Tuija Nieminen Kristoferson, Johannes Anyuru, Åsa Ericsdotter, Leif Holmstrand and Åsa Maria Kraft.

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Reading Progress

01/08/2012 page 73
21.0% "So far, Tuija Nieminen Kristoferson impressed me the most."
01/10/2012 page 173
49.0% "Johannes Anyuru impresses most, pages 73-173. Next: Åsa Ericsdotter!"
01/11/2012 page 200
57.0% "Åsa Ericsdotter is one of my favourite Swedish poets; her poems here do not disappoint."
01/11/2012 page 220
63.0% "Leif Holmstrand surprised me with his Rimbaud-esque poetry. Haven't seen this type of nature exploration in Swedish poetry before."
01/11/2012 page 281
80.0% "Åsa Maria Kraft's stage-play opera is equal parts beautiful, frightening and Swedish. I really like this anthology; the editorial staff has collated an outstanding blend of extracts."

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