'A Haven of Love? Artur Lundkvist and Stina Aronson in Paris, 1930'

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    Abstract

    The Swedish writers Artur Lundkvist (1906-1991) and Stina Aronson (1892-1956) spent one week together in Paris in June 1930. This article discusses the way Paris is described in Aronson's novel The Fever Book. In the novel, a modernistic play on words and identities, the protagonist Mimmi Palm tells the story of her relationship with Hugo and her stay in Paris.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationNooit het Noorden kwijt
    Subtitle of host publicationLiber amicorum ter ere van Godelieve Laureys
    EditorsSara Van den Bossche, Martje Wijers
    Place of PublicationGhent
    PublisherUniversiteit van Gent
    Pages23 - 30
    Number of pages8
    ISBN (Print)9789073626218
    Publication statusPublished - 21-Mar-2016

    Keywords

    • Stina Aronson
    • Artur Lundkvist
    • Feberboken
    • Swedish literary history
    • metafiction
    • city and nature
    • Paris as cultural meeting point

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