SWEDEN, bibliography

SWEDEN, bibliography

Bibliographic Resources Holmback, Bure. "About Sweden, 1900-1963: A Bibliographical Outline." Sweden Illustrated 15 (1968): 5-94. Josephson, Aksel G. S. A List of Swedish Books, 18751925. New York: Bonniers, 1927. Nelson, Walter W. A Bibliography of Scandinavian Literature between 17601820. Lund, Sweden: n.p., 1988. Suecana Extranea: Books on Sweden and Swedish Literature in Foreign Languages. Stockholm: Royal Library, 1963-2005. Ørvig, Mary. Children's Books in Sweden, 19451970: A Survey. Vienna: Austrian Children's Book Club, 1973. Literary History and Criticism Algulin, Ingemar. A History ofSwedish Literature. Stockholm: Swedish Institute, 1989. . Contemporary Swedish Prose. Stockholm: Swedish Institute, 1983. Benson, Adolph B. The Old Norse Element in Swedish Romanticism. New York: Columbia University Press, 1914. Bisztray, George. "Riksteatern: The Swedish National Provincial Theatre." Educational Theatre Journal 15 (1963): 39-46. Borland, Harold. Nietzsche's Influence on Swedish Literature, with Special Reference to Strindberg, Ola Hansson, Heidenstam, and Froding.Goteborg: Wetter-gren and Kerber, 1956. Death, Sarah, and Helena Forsas-Scott, eds. A Century of Swedish Narrative: Essays in Honor of Karin Petherick. Norwich, U.K.: Norvik Press, 1994. Englund, Claes, and LeifJanzon. Theatre in Sweden. Stockholm: Swedish Institute, 1997. Florin, Magnus, Marianne Steinsaphir, and Magareta Sorensen. Literature in Sweden. Stockholm: Swedish Institute, 1997. Forsas-Scott, Helena. Swedish Women's Writing 18501995. London: Athlone Press, 1997. Gavel Adams, Ann-Charlotte, ed. Twentieth-Century Swedish Writers after World War II. Boston: Gale, 2002. . Twentieth-Century Swedish Writers before World War II. Boston: Gale, 2002. Graves, Peter. "The Collective Novel in Sweden." Scandinavica 12 (1973): 113-27. Gustafson, Alrik. A HistoryofSwedish Literature. Minneapolis: University ofMin-nesota Press, 1961. Hillestrom, Gustaf. Swedish Theater during Five Decades. Stockholm: Swedish Institute, 1963. Nolin, Bertil. "A Successful Realization of Group Theater in Sweden." Scandinavian Studies 43 (1971): 22-34. Orton, Gavin. "The Swedish Novel Today." Scandinavica 15 (1976): 159-70. Rosengren, Karl Erik. Sociological Aspects ofthe Literary System.Stockholm: Natur and Kultur, 1968. Warme, Lars G., ed. A History ofSwedish Literature. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1996. Select Bibliography for Specific Writers Lars Ahlin Augustsson, Lars Ake. "Lars Ahlin: A Swedish Writer of European Stature." Cambridge Quarterly 9 (1979): 1-17. Lundell, Torborg. Lars Ahlin. New York: Twayne, 1977. . "Lars Ahlin's Concept of Equality." Scandinavian Studies 47 (1975): 339-51. . "Lars Ahlin's Concept of the Writer as Identificator and Forbedjare." Scandinavica 14 (1975): 27-35. Printz-Pahlson, Goran. "Narrative Strategies in Lars Ahlin: Problems of Self-embedding and Self-reference in Kvinna kvinna." In A Century fSwedish Narrative: Essays in Honour of Karin Petherick, ed. Sarah Death and Helena Forsas-Scott. Norwich, U.K.: Norvik Press, 1994. Carl Jonas Love Almqvist Blackwell, Marilyn Johns. C. J. L. Almqvist and Romantic Irony. Stockholm: Almqvist and Wiksell, 1983. Hemming-Sjoberg, Axel. A Poet's Tragedy: The Trial ofC.J.L. Almqvist. London: Allen and Unwin, 1932. Romberg, Bertil. Carl Jonas Love Almqvist. Boston: Twayne, 1977. Per Daniel Andreas Atterbom Denman, Henrik. "Political or Cultural Scandinavianism?" Scandinavica 14 (1975): 17-26. Carl Michael Bellman Boer, Bertil van. "The Collaboration of Joseph Martin Kraus and Carl Michael Bellman." Scandinavian Studies 68 (1996): 461-72. Britten Austin, Paul. The Life and Songs ofCarl Michael Bellman.NewYork: American-Scandinavian Foundation, 1967. Clover, Carol J. "Improvisation in Fredmans Epistlar." Scandinavian Studies 44 (1972): 310-35. Larson, James L. "The Four Pastoral Epistles." Scandinavian Studies 44 (1972): 392-409. Lonnroth, Lars. "Bacchi Tempel and Bellman's 'Poetic Enthusiasm.' " Scandinavian Studies 44 (1972): 410-38. Massengale, James. The Musical-Poetic Method ofCarl Michael Bellman. Uppsala: Almqvist and Wiksell, 1979. . "The Note That Was Worth a Ducat: The Search for the Source Melody to Bellman's Epistel 81." In Fin(s) de Siecle in Scandinavian Perspective: Studies in Honor ofHarald S. Naess, ed. Faith Ingwersen and Mary Kay Norseng. Columbia, S.C.: Camden House, 1993. Victoria Benedictsson Bjørby, Pal. "Myth and Illusion: The Aesthetics of Self in Victoria Benedictsson's Pengar." Edda 85 (1985): 209-29. Borland, Harold. "Ernst Ahlgren, Novelist in Theory and Practice." Scandinavica 13 (1974): 97-106. Moberg, Verne. "Motherhood as Reality for Victoria Benedictsson." Edda 84 (1984): 289-300. . "Truth against Syphilis: Victoria Benedictsson's Remedy for a Dreaded Disease." Edda 83 (1983): 31-44. Thompson, Birgitta. "Folklore and Myth in Victoria Benedictsson's Story Den Bergtagna." Trivium 28 (1993): 139-53. . "Three Sisters: Benedictsson's Selma and Marianne, and Strindberg's Miss Julie." Swedish Book Review 1-2 (1992): 24-29. Wichmann, Sonia. "In Search ofthe Self: Authorship and Identity in Victoria Benedictsson's Diary Stora boken." Scandinavian Studies 76 (2004): 137-54. Hjalmer Bergman Bock, Sigge. Lowly Who Prevail: Vistas to the Work of Hjalmar Bergman. Uppsala: Uppsala University, 1990. Dahlback, Kerstin, and Janet Cole. "A Cacophony and Simple Melodies: Some Reflections on the Composition of Hjalmar Bergman's Novels." In A Century of Swedish Narrative: Essays in Honour ofKarin Petherick, ed. Sarah Death and Helena Forsas-Scott. Norwich, U.K.: Norvik Press, 1994. Linder, Erik Hjalmar. Hjalmar Bergman. Boston: Twayne, 1975. Meidal, Bjorn, and Frank Gabriel Perry. "Lotten Brenner, Indra's Daughter, Ugly Edith and Esther Borg: A Study of Hjalmar Bergman's novel Lotten Brenners ferier.' In A Century of Swedish Narrative: Essays in Honour of Karin Pether-ick, ed. Sarah Death and Helena Forsas-Scott. Norwich, U.K.: Norvik Press, 1994. Mishler, William E. "A Reading of Hjalmar Bergman's Story 'Konstapel William."' Scandinavica 10 (1971): 33-41. Petherick, Karin. Hjalmar Bergman: Markurells i Wadkoping. Hull, U.K.: Orton and Holmes, 1976. Sprinchorn, Evert. "Hjalmar Bergman." Tulane Drama Review 6, no. 2 (1961): 117-27. Stevenson, Sarah. "Comedy and Tragedy in Markurells i Wadkoping.' Edda 74 (1974): 191-200. Karin Boye Forsas-Scott, Helena. "'Reading and Writing Our Tongue': The Examples of Elin Wägner and Karin Boye." Women's Studies International Forum 9, no. 4 (1986): 355-61. Helgeson, Paulina. "Karin Boye: Posthumous Excuses." Scandinavica 40 (2001): 71-95. Mortensen, Ellen. " 'All That Is Nameless and New:' Exploring Queer Paths in Karin Boye's Poetry." Scandinavica 40 (2001): 41-70. Tegen, Gunhild. "Karin Boye in Memoriam." American-Scandinavian Review 30 (1942): 240-43. Fredrika Bremer Anderson, Carl L. "Fredrika Bermer's 'Spirit of the New World.' " New England Quarterly 38 (1965): 187-201. Asmundsson, Doris R. "Fredrika Bremer: Sweden's First Feminist." In Woman as Mediatrix: Essays on Nineteenth-Century Women Writers, ed. Avriel H. Goldberger and Germaine Brée. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1987. Lofsvold, Laurel Ann. "Blaming the Messenger: Mary Howitt's Translation ofFre-drika Bremer's Hemmen i den Nya verlden.' Scandinavica 35 (1996): 213-31. Lundgreen, Mette Domenic. "Sisters in the Shadow: The Link between Fredrika Bremer and Charlotte Bronte." Angles on the English Speaking World 7 (1993): 37-64. Milow, Frederick, and Emily Nonnen, trans. Life, Letters, and Posthumous Works ofFredrika Bremer. New York: American-Scandinavian Foundation, 1976. Rooth, Signe. Fredrika Bremer and America: Her Literary Contacts and Social Impressions. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1953. Ryall, Anka. "Domesticating Geographical Exploration: Fredrika Bremer's American Travel Narrative." American Studies in Scandinavia 24, no. 1 (1992): 24-36. Stendahl, Brita K. The Education ofa Self-Made Woman: Fredrika Bremer, 18011865. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1994. Carina Burman Death, Sarah. "Carina Burman." Swedish Book Review 1 (1998): 2-3. . "An Interview with Carina Burman, March 1998." Swedish Book Review 1 (1998): 4-6. Stig Dagerman Bergmann, S. A. "Blinded by Darkness: A Study of the Novels and Plays of Stig Dagerman." Delta 11 (1957): 16-31. Lagercrantz, Olof. "Stig Dagerman Re-assessed." Swedish Book Review Supp. (1984): 8-10. Thompson, Laurie. Stig Dagerman. Boston: Twayne, 1983. . Stig Dagerman: Nattens lekar. Hull, U.K.: University of Hull, 1975. . "Stig Dagerman's Brant barn and Ingen gaar fri.' In A Century of Swedish Narrative: Essays in Honour of Karin Petherick, ed. Sarah Death and Helena Forsas-Scott. Norwich, U.K.: Norvik Press, 1994. Tärnqvist, Egil. "Heroes and Hero-Worship: On Stig Dagerman's The Shadow of Mart. Scandinavica 32 (1993): 69-78. . "Stig Dagerman in the Netherlands." Tijdschrift voor Skandinavistiek 15 (1994): 55-59. Olof von Dalin Swanson, Alan. "Argus on the Stage: Dalin the Playwright. Scandinavian Studies 68 (1996): 401-14. Massengale, James. "The Songs of Olof von Dalin. Scandinavian Studies 68 (1996): 415-60. Sven Delblanc Robinson, Michael. Sven Delblanc: Aminne. Hull, U.K.: University of Hull, 1981. Sjoberg, Leif. "Delblanc's Homunculus: Some Magical Elements." Germanic Review 49 (1974): 105-24. Vowles, Richard B. "Myth in Sweden: Sven Delblanc s Homunculus. World Literature Today 48 (1977): 20-25. Wright, Rochelle. "Delblanc's Kanaans land and Moberg's Emigrant Tetralogy: Intertextuality and Transformation. Scandinavian-Canadian Studies 5 (1992): 81-93. Gunnar Ekelöf Fioretos, Aris. "Now and Absence in the Early Ekelof." Scandinavian Studies 62 (1990): 319-30. Oxenstierna, Elena V " 'The Black Image—Framed in Silver Worn to Shreds by Kisses:'A Study of Byzantine Cultural Influences on Gunnar Ekelof's Later Poetry."Orbis Litterarum: International Review of Literary Studies 58 (2003): 271-303. Pettersson, Anders. "Gunnar Ekelof, or 'the Night Comes.' " Yearbook of Comparative and General Literature 50 (2002-2003): 45-58. Rossel, Sven Hakon. "Gunnar Ekeloäf: Poet, Visionary, and Outsider." WorldLiter-ature Today 64 (1990): 62-64. Rukeyser, Muriel, and Leif Sjoäberg, trans. Selected Poems.NewYork: Twayne, 1967. Shideler, Ross P. "An Analysis of Gunnar Ekelof's 'Roster underjorden.' " Scandinavica 9 (1970): 95-114. . "Rediscovering Ekelof." Scandinavian Studies 66 (1994): 400-12. ———. Voices under the Ground: Themes and Images in the EarlyPoetryofGun-nar Ekelof. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1973. Sjoberg, Leif. A Reader's Guide to Ekelof's AMolna Elegy. New York: Twayne, 1973. ———. "Gunnar Ekeloäf's 'Tag och skriv': A Reader's Commentary." Scandinavian Studies 35 (1963): 307-20. . "Two Quotations in Ekelof's 'Absentia animi.' " Germanic Review 44 (1969): 45-60. Thygesen, Erik. Gunnar Ekelof's Open-Form Poem: AMolna Elegy, Problems of Genesis, Structure, and Influence. Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, 1985. , trans. Modus vivendi: Selected Prose. Norwich, U.K.: Norvik Press, 1996. Vilhelm Ekelund Johannesson, Erik O. "Vilhelm Ekelund: Modernism and the Aesthetics of the Aphorism." Scandinavian Studies 56 (1984): 213-34. Kerstin Ekman Ekman, Kerstin, and Linda Schenck. "On Translation and Being Translated." World Literature Today 77 (2003): 34-39. Rugg, Linda Haverty. "Revenge of the Rats: The Cartesian Body in Kerstin Ek-man's Rövarna i Skuleskogen." Scandinavian Studies 70 (1998): 425-40. Wright, Rochelle. "Approaches to History in the Works of Kerstin Ekman." Scandinavian Studies 63 (1991): 293-304. . "Kerstin Ekman: Voice of the Vulnerable." World Literature Today 55 (1981): 204-9. . "Kerstin Ekman's Crime Fiction and the 'Crime' of Fiction: The Devil's Horn.' Scriptores rerus Sveciacarum 2 (1984): 12-21. . "Textual Dialogue and the Humanistic Tradition: Kerstin Ekman's Gormig levande igen." Scandinavian Studies 72 (2000): 279-300. . "Theme, Imagery, and Narrative Perspective in Kerstin Ekman's En stadav ljus. Scandinavian Studies 59 (1987): 1-27. Per Olov Enquist Blackwell, Marilyn Johns. "Enquist's Legionärerna: A Plea for the Necessity of Fiction." Scandinavica 22 (1983): 129-40. . "Ideology and Specularity in Per Olov Enquist's Tribadernas natt.' Scandinavian Studies 67 (1995): 196-215. Christensen, Peter G. "The Treatment of Mesmerism in Per Olov Enquist's Magnet-isorens femte vinter?' Scandinavian-Canadian Studies/Etudes Scandinaves au Canada, 6 (1993): 27-46. Nylander, Lars. "The Celestial Harp: Voices of Desire and Jouissance in Per Olov Enquist's Downfall." Literature and Psychology 46, no. 3 (2000): 14-42. Shideler, Ross. Per Olov Enquist: A Critical Study. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1984. . "Per Olov Enquist's Hess." Scandinavica 22 (1983): 5-14. . "Putting Together the Puzzle in Per Olov Enquist's Sekonden." Scandinavian Studies 49 (1977): 311-29. . "The Swedish Short Story: Per Olov Enquist." Scandinavian Studies 49 (1977): 241-48. Stecher-Hansen, Marianne. "Whose Hamsun? Author and Artifice: Knut Hamsun, Thorkild Hansen and Per Olov Enquist." Edda 99 (1999): 245-51. Törnqvist, Egil. "Translating Docudrama: Per Olov Enquist's Tribadernas natt in English and French." Tijdschrift voor Skandinavistiek 19 (1998): 128-48. Per Anders Fogelström Brantly, Susan. "Testing the Boundary between History and Fiction: Per Anders Fogelstrom's Stockholm Series." Scandinavian Studies 65 (1993): 1-28. Lars Forsell Carlson, Harry G., trans. Five Plays. San Francisco: Literary Discoveries, 1964. . "Lars Forssell: Poet in the Theater." Scandinavian Studies 37 (1965): 31-57. McKnight, Christina S. "Lars Forssell: The Jester as Conscience." World Literature Today 55 (1981): 210-15. Jan Fridegard Bjork, Robert E. "Medievalism in the Service of the Swedish Proletariat: Jan Fridegard's Viking Trilogy." Studies in Medievalism 8 (1996): 86-99. Graves, Peter. Jan Fridegard: Lars Hard. Hull, U.K.: University of Hull, 1977. Gustaf FrOding Fleisher, Frederic. "Gustaf Froding, 1860-1911." American-Scandinavian Review 42 (1954): 303-8. Flygt, Sten G. "Gustaf Froding's Conception of Eros." Germanic Review 25 (1950): 109-23. Katarina Frostenson Niewiarowska-Rasmussen, Ewa, and Neil Smith. "The Concept of Boundaries in Modern Swedish Poetry: Katarina Frostenson and Stig Larsson." Scandinavica 41 (2002): 61-76. Jonas Gardell Smith, Neil. "Jonas Gardell." Swedish Book Review 2 (1997): 16-17. Maria Gripe Mannheimer, Carin. "Maria Gripe." Bookbird 2 (1973): 24-34. Lars Gustafsson Dubois, Ia. "In Search on an Identity: The Heroic Quest in Lars Gustafsson's Fiction, 1960-1986." Scandinaian Studies 67 (1995): 163-80. Fulton, Robin, trans. Selected Poems. New York: New Rivers, 1972. Geddes, Tom. "Murder Mystery or Moral Philosophy? Lars Gustafsson's Judge." Swedish Book Review 1 (1996): 2-10. Hertz-Ohmes, Peter. "The Public Lie, the Truth of Fiction, and Herr Gustafsson Himself." Pacific Coast Philology 17 (1982): 112-17. Oscarson, Christopher. "Literary Castlings in BernardFoys tredje rockad.' Scandinavian Studies 72 (2000): 301-30. Sandstroem, Yvonne L. "The Machine Theme in Some Poems by Lars Gustafsson." Scandinavian Studies 44 (1972): 210-23. Weinstein, Arnold. "The Powers and the Self: Strindberg's Inferno and Gustafs-son's Tennisspelarna." Scandinavian Studies 59 (1987): 46-85. Lars Gyllensten Haack, Elizabeth G. "Semantic Detour: A Poststructuralist Study of Lars Gyllen-sten's Text Senilia." Proceedings of the Pacific Northwest Conference on Foreign Languages 30 (1979): 119-21. Isaksson, Hans. Lars Gyllensten. Boston: Twayne, 1978. Orton, Gavin. "St Anthony in Varmland: Lars Gyllensten's Grottan i öknen." Scandinavica 30 (1991): 41-62. . "A Swedenborgian Dream-Book: Lars Gyllensten's Palatset i parken." Scandinavica 23 (1984): 5-23. Sjöberg, Leif. "Lars Gyllensten: Scientist Turned Novelist." World Literature Today 55 (1981): 221-28. Warme, Lars G. "Lars Gyllensten's Diarium Spirituale: The Creative Process as a Novel." Scandinavica 19 (1980): 165-80. Verner von Heidenstam Allnutt, A. A., trans. Five Stories Selected from "The Karolines. " London: Harrap, 1922. Brantly, Susan. "Heidenstam's Karolinerna and the Fin de Siecle." In Fin(s) de Siecle in Scandinavian Perspective: Studies in Honor of Harald S. Naess, ed. Faith Ingwersen and Mary Kay Norseng. Columbia, S.C.: Camden House, 1993. Stork, C. W., trans. Sweden's Laureate: Selected Poems. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1919. Ulla Isaksson Wilson, Berit, and Sarah Death. "Contemporary Issues and Narrative Techniques in Ulla Isaksson's Paradistorg." In A Century of Swedish Narrative: Essays in Honour of Karin Petherick, ed. Sarah Death and Helena Forsas-Scott. Norwich, U.K.: Norvik Press, 1994. Per Christian Jersild Brantly, Susan. "P. C. Jersild's Geniernas aterkomst and the Conventions of Historical Writing." In Studies in German and Scandinavian History after 1500: A Festschrift for George C. Schoolfield, ed. James A. Parente Jr. and Richard E. Schade. Columbia, S.C.: Camden House, 1993. Shideler, Ross. "The Battle for the Self in P. C. Jersild's En levande sjal.' Scandinavian Studies 56 (1984): 256-71. . "Dehumanization and the Bureaucracy in Novels by P. C. Jersild." Scandinavica 23 (1984): 24-38. . "Jersild's Humpty-Dumpty Darwin." Scandinavian Studies 72 (2000): 261-78. . "P. C. Jersild's Efter floden and Human Value(s)." Scandinavica 27 (1988): 31-43. . "Identity, Vision, and P. C. Jersild." In The I of the Beholder: A Prolegomenon to the Intercultural Study of Self, ed. Steven Sondrup and J. Scott Miller. Provo, Utah: International Comparative Literature Association, 2002. . "Zola and the Problem of the Objective Narrator in Per Olov Enquist and Per Christian Jersild." In Documentarism in Scandinavian Literature, ed. Poul Houe and Sven Hakon Rossel. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi, 1997. Eyvind johnson Blackwell, Marilyn Johns. "The Redemption ofthe Past: Narration as Moral Imperative in Strändernas svall." Scandinavica 25 (1986): 153-76. Orton, Gavin. Eyvind Johnson. New York: Twayne, 1972. Warme, Lars G. "Eyvind Johnson, Aldous Huxley, and the Devils of Loudon." Se-lecta: Journal of the Pacific Northwest Council on Foreign Languages 2 (1981): 103-6. . "Eyvind Johnson's Några steg mot tystnaden: An Apologia." Scandinavian Studies 49 (1977): 452-63. Theodor Kallifatides Norlen, Paul. "Theodor Kallifatides: An Introduction." Swedish Book Review 2 (1989): 20-24. Erik Axel Karlfeldt Fleisher, Frederic. "The Vagabond in the Life and Poetry of Erik Axel Karlfeldt." Scandinavian Studies 26 (1954): 25-27. Hildeman, Karl-Ivar. "Erik Axel Karlfeldt: An Evaluation." Scandinavian Studies 40 (1968): 81-94. Stork, C. W., trans. Arcadia Borealis: Selected Poems. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1938. Agnes von Krusenstjerna Jones, Llewellyn. "Agnes von Krusenstjerna: A Swedish Poet." Books Abroad 23 (1949): 10-14. Willy Kyrklund Norlen, Paul. "Textens villkor": A Study of Willy Kyrklund's Prose Fiction. Stockholm: Almqvist and Wiksell, 1998. Pär Lagerkvist Beijer, Agne. "Two Swedish Dramatists: Par Lagerkvist and Hjalmar Bergman." World Theatre 4 (1955): 14-24. Benson, A. B. "Par Lagerkvist: Nobel Laureate." College English 13 (1952): 417-24. Brantly, Susan. "The Stylistic Legacy of Religious Literature in Par Lagerkvist's Poetry." Scandinavica 22 (1983): 47-68. Buckman, Thomas. "Par Lagerkvist and the Swedish Theatre." Tulane Drama Review 6 (1961): 60-89. Ellested, Everett M. "Par Lagerkvist and Cubism: A Study of His Theory and Practice." Scandinavian Studies 45 (1973): 37-52. Johannesson, Eric O. "Par Lagerkvist and the Art of Rebellion." Scandinavian Studies 30 (1958): 19-29. Linner, Sven. "Par Lagerkvist's 'The Eternal Smile' and The Sybil." Scandinavian Studies 37 (1965): 160-67. Schwab, Gweneth B. "Herod and Barabbas: Lagerkvist and the Long Search." Scandinavica 20 (1981): 75-85. Scobbie, Irene. Pär Lagerkvist: Gäst hos verkligheten. Hull, U.K.: University of Hull, 1974. . "The Origins and Development of Lagerkvist's Barabbas." Scandinavian Studies 55 (1983): 55-66. Sjoberg, Leif. Pär Lagerkvist. New York: Columbia University Press, 1976. Sondrup, Steven P. "Terms of Divergence: The Vocabularies of Par Lagerkvist's Angest and Artur Lundkvist's Glod." Scandinavian Studies 58 (1986): 25-36. Spector, Robert Donald. Par Lagerkvist. New York: Twayne, 1973. Swanson, Roy. "Evil and Love in Lagerkvist's Crucifixion Cycle." Scandinavian Studies 38 (1966): 302-17. . "Lagerkvist's Dwarf and the Redemption of Evil." Discourse 13 (1970): 192-211. Weiss, Hanna Kalter. " 'Myten om Manniskorna': The Myth of Modern Man in Par Lagerkvist's Novels." Scandinavica 26 (1987): 13-29. Selma Lagerlöf Afzelius, Nils. "The Scandalous Selma Lagerlof." Scandinavica 5 (1966): 91-99. Berendsohn, Walter. Selma Lagerlof: Her Life and Works. London: Nicholson and Watson, 1931. Delblanc, Sven. Selma Lagerlof. Stockholm: Swedish Institute, 1986. Edstrom, Vivi. Selma Lagerlof. Boston: Twayne, 1984. Forsas-Scott, Helena. "Beyond the Dead Body: Masculine Representation and the Feminine Project in Selma Lagerlofs Herr Arnes penningar." Scandinavica 36 (1997): 217-38. Graves, Peter. "Narrator, Theme and Covert Plot: A Reading of Selma Lagerlofs Lowenskoldska ringen.' Scandinavica 36 (1997): 7-21. Lagerroth, Erland. "The Narrative Art of Selma Lagerlof: Two Problems." Scandinavian Studies 33 (1961): 10-17. . "Selma Lagerlof Research 1900-1964: A Survey and an Orientation." Scandinavian Studies 37 (1965): 1-30. Lagerroth, Ulla-Britta. "The Troll in Man: A Lagerlof Motif." Scandinavian Studies 40 (1968): 51-60. Nordlund, Anna. "Corpses, Curses, and Cannibalism: Containment and Excess in Selma Lagerlofs Bannlyst and Its Reception." Scandinavian Studies 76 (2004): 181-204. Nylander, Lars T. "Psychologism and the Novel: The Case of Selma Lagerlofs Gosta Berlings saga." Scandinavian Studies 67 (1995): 407-33. Setterwall, Monica. "Two Sides to an Ending in 'Herr Arnes penningar.' " Scandinavian Studies 55 (1983): 123-33. Vrieze, F. S. de. Fact and Fiction in the Autobiographical Works of Selma Lagerlof. Stockholm: Almqvist and Wiksell, 1958. Anna Maria Lenngren Nelson, Philip K, trans. Anna Maria Lenngren, 1784-1817. Stockholm: Imprime, 1984. Swanson, Alan. "Anna Maria Malmstedt and the Swedish Musical Theatre." Scan-dinavica 36 (1997): 139-67. Oscar Levertin Murdock, Elinor E. "Oscar Levertin: Swedish Critic of French Realism." Contemporary Literature 5 (1953): 137-50. Sara Lidman Borland, Harold. "Sara Lidman, Novelist and Moralist." Svensk litteraturtidskrift 36 (1973): 27-34. . "Sara Lidman's Progress: A Critical Survey of Six Novels." Scandinavian Studies 39 (1967): 97-114. Brantly, Susan C. "History as Resistance: The Swedish Historical Novel and Regional Identity." In Literature asResistance andCounter-Culture: Papersofthe Nineteenth Study Conference ofthe International Association for Scandinavian Studies, ed. Andras Masat and Peter Madl. Budapest: Hungarian Association for Scandinavan Studies, 1993. Forsas-Scott, Helena. "In Defense of People and Forests: Sara Lidman's Recent Novels." World Literature Today 58 (1984): 4-9. . "Sara Lidman's Jarnkronan: An Introduction." Swedish Book Review 1 (1990): 34-36. Hale, Frederick. "The South African Immorality Act and Sara Lidman's J g och min son?" Tijdschrift voor Sk ndin vistiek 21 (2000): 55-80. Tchesnokova, Tatiana. "Sara Lidman and the Art of Narration in The Tar Valley." In Documentarism in Scandinavian Literature, ed. Poul Houe and Sven Hakon Rossel. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi, 1997. Erik Lindegren Ekner, Reidar. "The Artist as the Eye of a Needle." Scandinavian Studies 42 (1970): 1-13. Volwes, Richard B. "Sweden's Modern Muse: Exploded Sonnets and Panic Poetry." Kentucky Foreign Language Quarterly 2 (1955): 132-40. Astrid Lindgren Edstrom, Vivi. Astrid Lindgren: A Critical Study. Stockholm: Raben and Sjogren, 2000. Holmlund, Christine. "Pippi and Her Pals." Cinema Journal 42, no. 2 (2003): 3-24. Huse, Nancy. "The Blank Mirror ofDeath: Protest as Self-Creation in Contemporary Fantasy." Lion and the Unicorn: A Critical Journal of Children's Literature 12 (1988): 28-43. Lundqvist, Ulla. "The Child of the Century: The Phenomenon of Pippi Longstocking and Its Premises." Lion and the Unicorn: A Critical Journal of Children's Literature 13 (1989): 97-102. Metcalf, Eva-Maria. Astrid Lindgren. New York: Twayne, 1995. . 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