Bodies of Love (1962). by Ivar Lo-Johansson. No current Talk conversations about this book.
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Ivar Lo-Johansson forms, together with Jan Fridegard and Moa Martinsson, the statareskolan in Swedish literature. All three come from the lowest class of agricultural workers, the estate workers (statare) who were tied to the big estates, being paid in kind and enduring substandard living conditions, and for all practical purposes not free. It is remarkable that a social class where illiteracy was the norm produced three of Sweden’s foremost writers
Ivar Lo-Johansson is the philanthropist and humanitarian who is deeply concerned about the state of the world, for which he has great compassion and idealism. He has a utopian personality, and will spend her life trying to realize some aspect of her utopian dream, sacrificing money, time, and energy for a better world. His broad outlook on life allows Johansson to see the big picture, and to often shy away from dealing with the minute details. That is why Ivar Lo-Johansson attracts people who can fit into her larger plans and take over the areas he considers uninteresting
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Ivar Lo-Johansson (23 February 1901 – 11 April 1990) was a Swedish writer of the proletarian school. His autobiographical 1979 memoir, Pubertet (Puberty), won the Nordic Council's Literature Prize in 1979. Lo-Johansson was born in Ösmo in a family of bound (unfree) agricultural labourers. He wrote over 50 proletarian novels and short-stories, all of which carried vivid portrayals of working-class people
Ivar Lo-Johansson (23 February 1901, Ösmo - 11 April 1990, Stockholm) was a Swedish writer of the proletarian school. He described the situation of the Swedish land-workers, statare, in his novels, short stories and journalism, which encouraged the adoption of certain land reforms in Sweden. He also caused much controversy with his features on old-age pensioners, Gypsies and other non-privileged pe Ivar Lo-Johansson (23 February 1901, Ösmo - 11 April 1990, Stockholm) was a Swedish writer of the proletarian school. Lo-Johansson is however best known for his vivid recollections of the life in Swedish trade-unionist and literary circles of the twenties, thirties and forties. He also continued throughout his long life to insist that literature should face the world from the under-dog's perspective. Books by Ivar Lo-Johansson. Mor. rivia About Kungsgatan.
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Ivar Lo-Johansson: Ivar Lo-Johansson, Swedish writer and social critic who in more than 50 proletarian novels and short-story collections depicted the lives of working-class people with great compassion. Ivar Lo-Johansson, in full Karl Ivar Lo-johansson, (born Feb. 23, 1901, Ösmo, Sweden-died April 11, 1990, Stockholm), Swedish writer and social critic who in more than 50 proletarian novels and short-story collections depicted the lives of working-class people with great compassion.