Laxness wrote of his experiences in the books Undir Helgahnúk (1924) and, more importantly, Vefarinn mikli frá Kasmír (The Great Weaver from Kashmir). Nóbelsverðlaunin eru veitt árlega til einstaklinga eða samtaka sem hafa veitt framúrskarandi framlög til samfélagsins, hvort sem er í gegnum rannsóknir, listsköpun eða öðru. 8. febrúar 1998) var íslenskur rithöfundur og skáld, jafnan talinn einn helsti íslenski rithöfundurinn á 20. öld. Lagerlöf (1909) | Foreldrar hans voru og Guðjón Helgi Helgason, vegaverkstjóri og bóndi, og Sigríður Halldórsdóttir. Halldór Kiljan Laxness eða Halldór Laxness eins og hann var kallaður fæddist árið 1902 og var íslenskur rithöfundur og skáld. Ishiguro (2017) | Halldór Laxness 1902-1998; Nóbelsverðlaun; Þýðingar á ensku; Íslenskar bókmenntir; Útdráttur: In 1955, the Swedish Academy awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature to Halldór Kiljan Laxness, who was at the time a controversial yet highly-venerated Icelandic novelist. acceptance speech for the Nobel Prize, 1955, Guðmundsson, pp. Heaney (1995) | Morrison (1993) | Steinbeck (1962) | Nóbelsverðlaunin eru veitt árlega til einstaklinga eða samtaka sem hafa veitt framúrskarandi framlög til samfélagsins, hvort sem er í gegnum rannsóknir, listsköpun eða öðru. [20] It has been "… consistently regarded by many critics as his most important work."[21]. Herausgegeben von Hubert Seelow Steidl kartoniert - 448 Seiten Beschreibung Island um 1700 steht wirtschaftlich und politisch unter dem Joch der Dänen. Eliot (1948) | Bókarheiti: Laxness Gagnrýnandi: Steinar Þór Sveinsson Útgáfa: Bókafélagið, Reykjavík 2005, 608 bls Í þriðju bók Hannesar Hólmsteins Gissurarsonar um Halldór Kiljan Laxness er skáldinu fylgt eftir frá árinu 1948 til dauðadags 1998. Undset (1928) | Er ist der einzige Isländer der jemals einen Nobelpreis überreicht bekam und hinterließ 60 Bücher, die weltweit in über 40 Sprachen übersetzt wurden. Litið er á þessi verðlaun sem æðstu viðurkenningu sem fólk getur fengið fyrir framlög til mannkynsins. Auf dem Kontinent lernte er den Katholizismus kennen und konvertierte. Seine Werke erscheinen in deutscher Übersetzung bei Steidl, zuletzt der … Laxness Halldór wurde 1902 in Reykjavik geboren und starb 1998. This characteristic of his works is lost in translation. Sein Gesamtwerk umfasst zahlreiche Romane und Theaterstücke, auch war er häufig journalistisch tätig. 0.0 (0) 4494 1. 4.0 . Halldór Laxness. Den Namen Kiljan wählte er bei seiner Konversion zum Katholizismus, am 6. His safeguard then is the astringent humour which enables him to see even people he dislikes in a redeeming light, and which also permits him to gaze far down into the labyrinths of the human soul."[35]. Sartre (1964) | [32], A Swedish film adaptation of his novel Salka Valka was directed by Arne Mattsson and filmed by Sven Nykvist, and was released in 1954. Major works in this decade were Gerpla, (The Happy Warriors/Wayward Heroes, 1952), Brekkukotsannáll, (The Fish Can Sing, 1957), and Paradísarheimt, (Paradise Reclaimed, 1960). He continued to write essays and memoirs into the 1970s and 80s. In 1952 Laxness was awarded the Lenin Peace Prize and in 1953 he was awarded the Soviet-sponsored World Peace Council literary Prize. Halldór Kiljan Laxness war ein isländischer Schriftsteller (u. a. - sagði skáldið Halldór Kiljan Laxness í frægri ræðu sinni við afhendingu bókmenntaverðlauna Nóbels í Stokkhólmi veturinn 1955. Nóbelsverðlaun Halldórs Laxness 1955. 1992: 1934 Sjálfstætt fólk I, 1935 Sjálfstætt fólk II (Roman, dt. Hamsun (1920) | Yeats (1923) | Og ekki var verra að þau verðlaun skyldu rata í Hafnarfjörð. [48] In 2016 a new translation of Gerpla was published with the English title Wayward Heroes.[49]. Brodsky (1987) | Halldór (Kiljan) Laxness (fæddur: Halldór Guðjónsson 23. apríl 1902, dáinn 8. febrúar 1998) var íslenskur rithöfundur og skáld, jafnan talinn einn helsti íslenski rithöfundurinn á 20. öld. Friðarverðlaun Nóbels veitt á morgun Januar 1923 im Benediktinerkloster St. Maurice de Clervaux in Luxemburg, nach dem irischen Märtyrer und Heiligen Kilian. 1919, als er nur 17 jahre alt war hat er sein erstes buch ausgegeben, Barn Náttúrunnar. Auður, in addition to her domestic duties, also assumed the roles of personal secretary and business manager. 18,00 € Weiter. In the presentation address for the Nobel prize Elias Wessén stated: "He is an excellent painter of Icelandic scenery and settings. ET (D) 1957. Hvað hét þessi Svíakóngur? Miłosz (1980) | Jón Leifs tónskáld og Hannibal Valdimarsson forseti ASÍ ávörpuðu skáldið við heimkomuna. Mynd: EPA-EFE - TT NEWS AGENCY. Modiano (2014) | Den Nachnamen Laxness nahm er nach dem Hof Laxnes (dt. Laxness sucht in seinem Spätwerk nach neuen Erzählformen, die vor allem mit der Problematik der Erzählperspektive spielen. In response to the establishment of a permanent U.S. military base in Keflavík, he wrote the satire Atómstöðin (The Atom Station), which may have contributed to his being blacklisted in the United States. "Laxness, Halldor Kiljan": gefunden 1 Zitat (e) Der Tourismus ist die Völkerwanderung der Neuzeit. Angelehnt an historische Figuren aus der Zeit um 1700 wie etwa den Sprachwissenschaftler Árni Magnússon wird darin erstens die nur zeitweise glückliche Liebesgeschichte zwischen dem Gelehrten und Handschriftensammler Arnas Arnaeus und der schönen Richtertochter Snæfríður geschildert, zweitens der über Jahrzehnte andauernde Prozess gegen den mit allen Wassern gewaschenen Bauern Jón, der wegen Mordes angeklagt ist und auf der Flucht jahrelang durch Europa irrt. In the 1960s Laxness was very active in Icelandic theater. Nafn. Februar 1998 zu Gljúfrasteinn bei Mosfellsbær, deem fréiere "Mosfellssveit", war en islännesche Schrëftsteller a Literaturnobelpräisdréier. Das wiedergefundene Paradies von Laxness, Halldór und eine große Auswahl ähnlicher Bücher, Kunst und Sammlerstücke erhältlich auf AbeBooks.de. In the history of our literature Laxness is mentioned beside Snorri Sturluson, the author of "Njals saga", and his place in world literature is among writers such as Cervantes, Zola, Tolstoy, and Hamsun… He is the most prolific and skillful essayist in Icelandic literature both old and new…"[14]. ET (Original) 1931. ... Halldór Laxness er eini íslenski verðlaunahafinn en Gunnar Gunnarsson var tilnefndur til þeirra fjórum sinnum. Laxness was awarded the Sonning Prize in 1969. Gebundene Ausgabe. Pasternak (1958) | Mo (2012) | Halldór Laxness er eini Íslendingurinn sem hlotið hefur nóbelsverðlaunin í bókmenntum. 1974: 1970 Úa (Schauspiel) / Innansveitarkronika (Roman, dt. Þann 10. desember 1955 voru Halldóri Laxness veitt… Að venju eru allar spurningar um sama efni þegar tala þrautarinnar endar á heilum tug. Bewertung schreiben Zur Liste hinzufügen. Ausgabe. Mahfuz (1988) | He lived in the United States from 1927 to 1929, giving lectures on Iceland and attempting to write screenplays for Hollywood films. Bunin (1933) | Längere Zeit galt Laxness als Anhänger marxistisch-kommunistischer Lehren. Hier auf dieser Halbinsel, an der Grenze zu den nordwestlichen Landesteilen, die wie gichtige Finger in den Nordatlantik ragen, spielt Halldór Laxness‘ Am Gletscher. Beckett (1969) | Titel: Die Islandglocke Autor/en: Halldór Laxness ISBN: 3869304014 EAN: 9783869304014 Roman. Hann gaf út sína fyrstu skáldsögu árið 1919 og þar með var hafinn glæstur rithöfundarferill er stóð næstu áratugi. 1. desember - Rosa Parks neitaði að standa upp fyrir hvítum manni í strætisvagni í Bandaríkjunum og er í kjölfarið handtekin. Halldór Kiljan Laxness Rithöfundur bókarinnar sem hlaut Nóbelsverðlaun, m.a. 4,4 von 5 Sternen 249. [7] During this time he had also became attracted to socialism: "…(Laxness) did not become a socialist in America from studying manuals of socialism but from watching the starving unemployed in the parks. Halldór fæddist í steinbæ á Laugavegi 32 í Reykjavík þann 23. apríl 1902, Halldór var þó ekki alltaf Laxness né Kiljan, hann hét upprunalega Halldór Guðjónsson. Camus (1957) | Der Isländer Halldór Kiljan Laxness (* Reykjavík 1902, † Reykjavík 1998), aus wohlhabendem Elterhaus stammend, reiste als junger Mann lange durch Europa, konvertierte in Luxemburg zum Katholizismus und lernte die Expressionisten und Surrealisten in Deutschland und Frankreich kennen. Autor. Beide Teile sind miteinander und mit der sozialen und politischen Situation Islands in der betreffenden Zeit aufs engste verknüpft; Arnaeus’ Ringen um die Erhaltung isländischer Handschriften und die Einhaltung gesetzlicher Vorschriften wirft immer wieder Fragen nach der Identität Islands und der Legitimität seiner Gesellschaftsordnung auf. Originaltitel: Islandsklukkan. Le Clézio (2008) | Aufgrund seiner lange Zeit kommunismusfreundlichen Haltung wurde Laxness in der DDR stärker beachtet als in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. "[27], In 1946 the English translation of Independent People was published as a Book of the Month Club selection in the United States, selling over 450,000 copies.[28]. E-Mail; Messenger; WhatsApp ; Link kopieren; 95. Halldór dvaldist langdvölum erlendis, en átti fast heimili að Gljúfrasteini í Mosfellssveit frá 1945. He wrote and produced plays, the most successful of which was The Pigeon Banquet (Dúfnaveislan, 1966. Móðir Halldórs hét Sigríður Halldórsdóttir (fædd 1872) og faðir hans Guðjón Helgason (fæddur 1870). Shaw (1925) | Yet this is not what he has conceived of as his chief mission. Halldór (Kiljan) Laxness (23. apríl 1902 - 8. febrúar 1998) var íslenskur rithöfundur og skáld, jafnan talinn einn helsti íslenski rithöfundurinn á 20. öld. Halldór Laxness fæddist sem Halldór Guðjónsson. Ein Angelausflug ins Gebirge. April 1902 in Reykjavík; † 8. 70, 138, 176, 335, 348, 380, https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/top-30-countries-with-nobel-prize-winners.html, https://luijten.org/ijsland/2007/05/25/maistjarnan.html, https://deadline.com/2020/02/cuckold-movie-dori-dna-polarama-productions-iceland-1202863030/, The man who brought Iceland in from the cold – Los Angeles Times, https://archipelagobooks.org/book/wayward-heroes/, https://www.ruv.is/frett/althjodleg-verdlaun-kennd-vid-halldor-laxness, Gljúfrasteinn, the Halldór Laxness Museum website, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Halldór_Laxness&oldid=991584178, Converts to Roman Catholicism from Lutheranism, Nobelprize template using Wikidata property P8024, Wikipedia articles with BIBSYS identifiers, Wikipedia articles with CANTIC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with CINII identifiers, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SELIBR identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with Trove identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 30 November 2020, at 20:39. Hann komst næst því að hljóta þau sama ár og Halldór … 26 May 1951) and Guðný Halldórsdóttir (Duna, b. Halldór Kiljan Laxness (1902-98), isländ. Fo (1997) | Þann 10. desember 1955 voru Halldóri Laxness veitt… blysför, Gljúfrasteinn, Halldór Laxness, Nóbelsverðlaun, samsæti; Þrautseigja án takmarka Mynd að ofan: Sigfús Sigfússon þjóðsagnaritari. Hér er 109. spurningaþrautina að finna!! 23 January 1954). Sérkennileg umræða hefur kviknað um Nóbelsverðlaun Halldórs Laxness og Nóbelsverðlaunaleysi Gunnars Gunnarssonar. [12], By the 1930s Laxness "had become the apostle of the younger generation" and was "viciously" attacking the Christian spiritualism of Einar Hjörleifsson Kvaran, an influential writer who had been considered for the Nobel Prize. Halldór Laxness wurde als Halldór Guðjónsson geboren. Halldór Laxness – Literaturnobelpreis von 1955 Wofür er hielt Halldór Laxness den Nobelpreis? Da er aus wohlhabendem Hause stammte, konnte er seine Bildung durch zahlreiche Reisen vervollständigen. 1955: 1943 Íslandsklukkan, 1944 Hið ljósa man, 1946 Eldur í Kaupinhafn (Roman, dt. Ríkisstjórnin kom saman til fundar klukkan 13.15 þennan sama mánudag til að ræða stöðuna í sjómannaverkfallinu. Halldór Laxness Later in Life. Den Halldór Kiljan Laxness (am Fong Halldór Guðjónsson); gebuer den 23.Abrëll 1902 zu Reykjavík a gestuerwen den 8. Johnson/Martinson (1974) | Canetti (1981) | In seinem Roman "Am Gletscher" steht der Satz: "Wer nicht in Poesie lebt, überlebt hier auf der Erde nicht." Tokarczuk (2018) | En Jón Helgason gafst ekki upp, heldur gerði tillögu um Laxness árið 1950 ásamt Halldóri Stefánssyni, formanni Rithöfundafélags Íslands, og Dag Strömbäck, prófessor í þjóðfræði í Háskólanum í Uppsölum. Numerous dramatic adaptations of Laxness's work have been staged in Iceland. In Weltlicht schildert er das Leben eines Mannes aus einfachsten Verhältnissen, der unbedingt Schriftsteller werden will und deshalb gegen viele Vorurteile seiner Umgebung zu kämpfen hat. Halldór Laxness fæddist 23. apríl 1902 í Reykjavík. 1945 begann seine zweite Ehe mit Auður Sveinsdóttir und er bezog seinen ständigen Wohnsitz in Gljúfrasteinn im Mosfellsdalur am Þingvallavegur . Buck (1938) | Seine Werke wurden in zahlreiche Sprachen übersetzt. Vargas Llosa (2010) | [23], In 1941 Laxness translated Ernest Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms into Icelandic, which caused controversy because of his use of neologisms. Seifert (1984) | „Weltlicht“ 1937–1940, „Die Islandglocke“ 1943-1945, „Atomstation“ 1948) und Träger des Nobelpreises für Literatur 1955 für die „lebendige epische Kraft seiner Prosa, die die großartige isländische Erzählkunst zu neuer Blüte geführt hat“. This was probably the most brilliant period of his career, and it is the one which produced those of his works that have become most famous. 478. In 1923 he was baptized and confirmed in the Catholic Church, adopting the surname Laxness after the homestead on which he was raised and adding the name Kiljan, the Icelandic name of Irish martyr Saint Killian). But Laxness never attached himself permanently to a particular dogma. It has been described as a novel of broad "… geographical and political scope… expressly concerned with national identity and the role literature plays in forming it… a tale of colonial exploitation and the obdurate will of a suffering people. This resulted in charges being filed against him, his detention and the forfeiture of his passport. Hauptmann (1912) | Taschenbuch. Seferis (1963) | In seinen späteren Romanen Das Fischkonzert (1957), Das wiedergefundene Paradies (1960) und Am Gletscher (1968) ist auch die Sozialkritik nicht mehr so deutlich. Den Namen Kiljan wählte er bei seiner Konversion zum Katholizismus, am 6. Later in life he suffered from Alzheimer’s disease and died at the age of 95 in a nursing home. Halldór Laxness wurde am 23 April, 1902, in Reykjavík geboren. 1936: 1937 Ljós heimsins, 1938 Höll sumarlandsins, 1939 Hús skáldsins, 1940 Fegurð himinsins (Roman, dt. Bjørnson (1903) | Zur AUTORENSEITE Auf dem Kontinent lernte er den Katholizismus kennen und konvertierte. Das Buch wurde in bewusst archaisierender Sprache geschrieben und wird von vielen als die größte Parodie isländischer Sprache angesehen. Der Bauernsohn aus dem, Anfang dieses Jahrhunderts noch weit … Halldór Kiljan Laxness  [.mw-parser-output .IPA a{text-decoration:none}ˈhaltour ˈcʰɪljan ˈlaxsnɛs] (geboren als Halldór Guðjónsson; * 23. 1. , Aufl. Nach den Tagebüchern des isländischen Volksdichters Magnus Hjaltason (1873-1916) zeichnete Laxness seine Figur Olafur Karason und darüber ein breites Panorama von Island. Der isländischen Schriftsteller Halldór Laxness bekam den Literaturnobelpreis „für seine anschauliche Epik, die die große isländische Erzählkunst erneuert“ hat. Kertész (2002) | nicht verliehen (1935) | Það var hátíðleg stund fyrir íslensku þjóðina þegar Gullfoss sigldi í höfn með Halldór Kiljan Laxness og nóbelsverðlaun hans innanborðs. Kategorien: Touristen. 4,8 von 5 Sternen 9. Sienkiewicz (1905) | Maeterlinck (1911) | Als er drei Jahre alt war sind seine Eltern mit ihm uns seine zwei kleinen Schwestern nach Mosfellsdalur gezogen. Coetzee (2003) | 1955 Halldór Laxness hlýtur Nóbelsverðlaun í bókmenntum; 1956 Alþingiskosningar; 1957 Fyrstu stöðumælarnir settir upp í Reykjavík----- Brekkukotsannáll eftir Halldór Laxness kemur út; 1958 Fiskveiðilögsagan færð út í 12 mílur og þorskastríð hefst----- BHM stofnað----- … [33], In 1955 Laxness was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature, "… for his vivid epic power, which has renewed the great narrative art of Iceland". Að þessu sinni verða Nóbelsverðlaun fyrir valinu. Geboren wurde Halldór Laxness am 23. He continued to write essays and memoirs throughout the 1970s and into the 1980s. Erster Satz . April 1902 geboren . Gjellerup/Pontoppidan (1917) | [2] He wrote novels, poetry, newspaper articles, essays, plays, travelogues and short stories. Russell (1950) | Pirandello (1934) | Seine Werke der Nachkriegszeit wurden zuerst in der DDR übersetzt. Faulkner (1949) | Benavente (1922) | The two elements are entwined together in characteristic fashion and in their very union give the work its individual character. Engin Nóbelsverðlaun í bókmenntum í ár. ISBN-13. Hún segir þetta merkilegustu verðlaun sem fallið hefur í skaut Íslendings síðan Halldór Laxness hreppti Nóbelsverðlaun í bókmenntum 1955. Es wird kein Kindle Gerät benötigt. Eiginleg skólaganga Halldórs var ekki löng, en allt sitt líf var hann að þroska og mennta sjálfan sig. Svíakonungs í Stokkhólmi 1955. Prudhomme (1901) | Compassion with Asta Sollilja on earth,' he says in one of his best books… And a social passion underlies everything Halldór Laxness has written. [46], Gljúfrasteinn (Laxness's house, grounds and personal effects) is now a museum operated by the Icelandic government. Nóbelsnefndin fékk sérfræðing til að meta verk Laxness. Major influences included August Strindberg, Sigmund Freud, Knut Hamsun, Sinclair Lewis, Upton Sinclair, Bertolt Brecht and Ernest Hemingway. In his acceptance speech for the Nobel Prize Laxness spoke of: "… the moral principles she [his grandmother] instilled in me: never to harm a living creature; throughout my life, to place the poor, the humble, the meek of this world above all others; never to forget those who were slighted or neglected or who had suffered injustice, because it was they who, above all others, deserved our love and respect…"[36], Laxness grew increasingly disenchanted with the Soviet bloc after the suppression of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. Churchill (1953) | García Márquez (1982) | Rósa er kát: Halldór Laxness var afkastamikill rithöfundur sem gaf út sína fyrstu bók 17 ára gamall og er eini íslendingurinn sem hlotið hefur Nóbelsverðlaun. He started to read books and write stories at an early age. Sechzig Bücher – Romane, Erzählungen, Dramen, Gedichte, Essays und Erinnerungen – hat Laxness veröffentlicht, in über vierzig Sprachen wurde er übersetzt. Gordimer (1991) | „Lachshalbinsel“) bei Mosfellsbær an, wo er aufgewachsen war. Das ist nur 15 Minuten weg von Reykjavík heut zu tage mit einem Auto. Laxness also traveled to the Soviet Union, and wrote approvingly of the Soviet system and culture. Halldór Laxness fékk fyrst nafnið Halldór Guðjónsson. [4] By the time his first novel, Barn náttúrunnar, was published in 1919 he had already begun his travels on the European continent.[5]. 1930 heiratete er Ingibjörg Einarsdóttir. White (1973) | [13], "… with Salka Valka (1931–32) began the great series of sociological novels, often coloured with socialist ideas, continuing almost without a break for nearly twenty years. Handke (2019) | Keine Autos, nicht einmal Kutschen, nur Pferde und Fuhrwerke. Dieser Teil des Romans erinnert immer wieder an berühmte Schelmenromane wie etwa Grimmelshausens Simplicissimus Teutsch. He became a member of a group that prayed for reversion of the Nordic countries to Catholicism. Gao (2000) | 'Compassion is the source of the highest poetry. Originaltitel. Asturias (1967) | Montale (1975) | Þriðjudaginn 27. október var opnuð sýning í tilefni þess að 60 ár eru liðin frá því að Halldór Laxness hlaut bókmenntaverðlaun Nóbels. Halldór Kiljan Laxness (F. 23. apríl 1902.D. Kawabata (1968) | Ich bekam das Buch „Am Gletscher“ nach unserem Urlaub auf Island geschenkt. [24], Laxness's "epic"[25] three-part work of historical fiction, Íslandsklukkan (Iceland's Bell), was published between 1943 and 1946. Sýning í Þjóðarbókhlöðu . Aukaspurningar: Á efri myndinni má sjá Halldór Laxness taka við Nóbelsverðlaununum í bókmenntum úr hendi Svíakonungs. His most successful was the Pigeon Banquet or Dúfnaveislan. G. Mistral (1945) | ,,Sá sem ekki lifir í skáldskap lifir ekki af hér á jörðinni,Ê segir séra Jón Prímus í Kristnihaldi undir Jökli. Die stilistische Meisterschaft von Halldór Laxness zeigt sich nicht nur in seinen Romanen, sondern auch ganz besonders in seinen Erzählungen. Dylan (2016) | Da er aus wohlhabendem Hause stammte, konnte er seine Bildung durch zahlreiche Reisen vervollständigen. Welches Werk habe ich gelesen und warum? Halldór kemur með Gullfossi 1962, Reykjavíkurhöfn, 1:56 min., Tal Það var hátíðleg stund fyrir íslensku þjóðina þegar Gullfoss sigldi í höfn með Halldór Kiljan Laxness og nóbelsverðlaun hans innanborðs. Geburtstages. Neither has been translated into English.[41]. 1951, 1957: 1933 Í austurvegi (Reportage) / Fótatak manna (Erzählungen) / Ungfrúin góða og húsið (Erzählung, dt. Seine drei Erzählbände - Einige Erzählungen, Menschenschritte … sofort lieferbar EUR 26,00** Buch EUR 24,00* Artikel merken In den Warenkorb Artikel ist im Warenkorb Halldór Laxness. A biography of Laxness by Halldór Guðmundsson, The Islander: a Biography of Halldór Laxness, won the Icelandic literary prize for best work of non-fiction in 2004. Laxness was married to Ingibjörg Einarsdóttir (3 May 1908 - 22 January 1994) from 1930 to their divorce in 1940, and to Auður Sveinsdóttir (30 June 1918 - 29 October 2012) from 1945 until his death. Zu den weiteren Ehrungen Laxness’ zählen der Weltfriedenspreis 1953 und 1969 der Sonning-Preis. In the 1970s he published what he called "essay novels": Innansveitarkronika (A Parish Chronicle, 1970) and Guðsgjafaþula (A Narration of God's Gifts, 1972). Þá mæltu íslenskuprófessorarnir Sigurður Nordal, Einar Ólafur Sveinsson og Jón Helgason með honum. [34], "His chief literary works belong to the genre… [of] narrative prose fiction. Halldór Laxness. Es ist eine Freude, die Bücher von Halldór Laxness zu lesen. Glück (2020), Liste isländischsprachiger Schriftsteller, https://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Halldór_Laxness&oldid=199228254, „Creative Commons Attribution/Share Alike“, Halldór Kiljan Laxness (vollständiger Name); Halldór Guðjónsson (Geburtsname), isländischer Schriftsteller und Literaturnobelpreisträger. Perse (1960) | Þessar síður nota ramma (frames), en vafrinn þinn styður þá ekki. Hubert Seelow. Rósa Guðbjartsdóttir bæjarstjóri er himinlifandi vegna verðlaunanna. Romanschriftsteller, 1955 Nobelpr. Halldór Laxness, einn helsti íslenski rithöfundur á 20. öld, var sæmdur bókmenntaverðlaunum Nóbels árið 1955. Tillögur um Laxness Fyrst var Halldór Kiljan Laxness tilnefndur til Nóbelsverðlauna í bókmenntum 1948. Er hat ein umfangreiches Werk geschaffen, das tief in der reichen Tradition der isländischen Literatur wurzelt und gleichzeitig der europäischen Avantgarde angehört. Quasimodo (1959) | In 1970 Laxness published an influential ecological essay, Hernaðurinn gegn landinu (The War Against the Land).[42]. Soyinka (1986) | He wrote and produced many plays. April 2020 um 12:03 Uhr bearbeitet. That novel, published in 1927, was hailed by noted Icelandic critic Kristján Albertsson: "Finally, finally, a grand novel which towers like a cliff above the flatland of contemporary Icelandic poetry and fiction! Halldór Laxness, pseudonym of Halldór Kiljan Gudjónsson, (born April 23, 1902, Reykjavík, Iceland—died February 8, 1998, near Reykjavík), Icelandic novelist who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1955. 1927 Vefarinn mikli frá Kasmír (Roman, dt. Nóbelsverðlaun Halldórs Laxness í myntsafni Seðlabanka og Þjóðminjasafns á 17. júní. Það var Svíinn Alfred Nobel sem fann upp dýnamitið sem stofnaði til verðlaunanna. Hann fæddist árið 1902 og dó árið 1998, níutíu og sex ára að aldri. Nýja vafra má sækja til Netscape og Microsoft Seine Eltern waren Guðjón Helgi Helgason und Sigríður Halldórsdóttir. Á þessu tímabili hlýtur Halldór Laxness Nóbelsverðlaun í bókmenntum [44] In 1999 her adaptation of her father's story Úngfrúin góða og Húsið (The Honour of the House) was submitted for consideration for the U.S. Academy Award for Best Foreign Film, but did not win it. Bergson (1927) | Halldór Laxness. Hann var talinn einn helsti íslenski rithöfundur á 20.öld. "[11], In 1929 Laxness published an article critical of America in Heimskringla, a Canadian newspaper. Dieser Roman des isländischen Nobelpreisträgers war bisher nur in einer sprachlich veralteten deutschen Übersetzung vorhanden. Aleixandre (1977) | Laxness schrieb noch zahlreiche weitere Romane, darunter Die glücklichen Krieger (1952), in dem er die negativen Seiten von Sagahelden teilweise satirisch aufzeigte – nicht unbedingt zur Freude aller seiner Landsleute. Grass (1999) | France (1921) | April 1902 in Reykjavík. In dieser finsteren Zeit … With his second wife, Auður Sveinsdóttir, he began a new family. 16.02.1998. Halldór Gudmundsson wurde 1956 in Reykjavík geboren. Die Eltern hießen Guðjón Helgi Helgason und Sigríður Halldórsdóttir und betrieben Landwirtschaft. 1964 Sjöstafakverið (Erzählungen, dt. O’Neill (1936) | Er erhielt 1955 den Nobelpreis für Literatur „für seine anschauliche epische Kraft, welche die große Erzählkunst von Island erneuert hat“.[2]. Romanschriftsteller, 1955 Nobelpr. Pinter (2005) | Steidl Taschenbücher, Nr.13, Lesebuch von Laxness, Halldor: und eine große Auswahl ähnlicher Bücher, Kunst und Sammlerstücke erhältlich auf AbeBooks.de. [45] Guðný's son, Halldór Laxness Halldórsson, is a writer, actor and poet. Mommsen (1902) | Halldór Laxness gaf út bók 1929 sem hann nefndi í höfuðið á bók Þórarins, það er Alþýðubókin. 1–2. Jensen (1944) | Abstract. Er erhielt die Ehrendoktorwürden der Universitäten Åbo (1968), Reykjavík (1972), der Universität Edinburgh (1977) sowie der Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen (1982), letztere anlässlich seines 80. A biennial Halldór Laxness International Literary Prize is awarded at the Reykjavík International Literary Festival. fyrir Sjálfstætt Fólk árið 1955. In the 1960s, Laxness was heavily involved in Icelandic theatre. Simon (1985) | Von Hungersnot und Seuchen heimgesucht, droht dem Land der Untergang. 12.3.2009 Stórar og mjög skreyttar tertur eru stundum nefndar hnallþórur eftir persónunni Hnallþóru í bókinni Kristnihald undir Jökli eftir Halldór Laxness. Jiménez (1956) | While staying at the abbey Laxness practiced self-study, read books, and studied French, Latin, theology and philosophy. 24,00 € Nur noch 6 auf Lager (mehr ist unterwegs). Halldór Laxness wurde als Halldór Guðjónsson geboren. Scholochow (1965) | Heyse (1910) | Það lifir greinilega enn í gömlum kaldastríðsglæðum og aðstandendur Gunnars og gamlir hægrimenn eru ekki enn búnir að jafna sig á því að Halldór … [50][51], Sveinn Hoskuldsson, "Scandinavica", 1972 supplement, pp. ; Halldór Laxness hlaut Nóbelsverðlaun í bókmenntum Ōe (1994) | Deledda (1926) | Er studierte Literaturwissenschaft und war Verlagsleiter von Islands größtem Verlag. Februar 1998 in Reykjalundur bei Mosfellsbær) war ein isländischer Schriftsteller und Literaturnobelpreisträger. Árið 1905 hóf fjölskylda hans búskap að Laxnesi í Mosfellssveit, ... Nóbelsverðlaun . Übersetzer/in. Seiten. Sillanpää (1939) | "[8][9], "… Laxness joined the socialist bandwagon… with a book Alþýðubókin (The Book of the People, 1929) of brilliant burlesque and satirical essays… "[10], "Beside the fundamental idea of socialism, the strong sense of Icelandic individuality is also the sustaining element in Alþýðubókin. Agnon/Sachs (1966) | Kipling (1907) | Mauriac (1952) | GESTORBEN Halldór Laxness. 1951: 1950 Snæfríður Íslandssól (Schauspiel) / Reisubókarkorn (Essays), 1962 Strompleikurinn (Schauspiel) / Prjónastofan Sólin (Schauspiel). His personal championship of contemporary social and political questions is always very strong, sometimes so strong that it threatens to hamper the artistic side of his work. Verlag. 14,47 € Die zehnte Muse Alexander Pechmann. Sýningin er í samstarfi Gljúfrasteins – húss skáldsins, RÚV og Landsbókasafns Íslands - Háskólabókasafns. Eucken (1908) | Bedeutende Werke von Laxness sind Salka Valka (1931/32), Sein eigener Herr (1934–36) und Weltlicht (1937–40). 1976, 1972 Yfirskygðir staðir (Essays) / Norðanstúlkan (Schauspiel) / Skeggræður gegnum tíðina (Essays) / Guðsgjafaþulan (Roman, dt. Halldór Kiljan Laxness (Icelandic: [ˈhaltour ˈcʰɪljan ˈlaxsnɛs] (listen); born Halldór Guðjónsson; 23 April 1902 – 8 February 1998) was an Icelandic writer and winner of the 1955 Nobel Prize in Literature. Alexijewitsch (2015) | Halldór Laxness gilt als der erste isländische Autor der Neuzeit, der Weltruhm erlangte. Ljósmynd eftir Vigfús Sigurðsson (eftirtaka af filmu í eigu Ljósmyndasafns… Martin du Gard (1937) | … Carducci (1906) | Hemingway (1954) | [37], In 1957 Halldór and his wife went on a world tour, stopping in New York City, Washington, DC, Chicago, Madison, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Beijing, Mumbai, Cairo and Rome.[38]. Laxness (1955) | Pamuk (2006) | Singer (1978) | Böll (1972) | Seine Eltern waren Guðjón Helgi Helgason und Sigríður Halldórsdóttir. In diesem Roman wendet er sich energisch gegen die Stationierung US-amerikanischer Raketen auf Island. Halldór Laxness - Verk eftir Halldór - 1919 – Barn náttúrunnnar 1924 – Undir Helgahnúk 1927 – Vefarinn mikli frá Kasmír [29], "The demoralization of the occupation period is described ... nowhere as dramatically as in Halldór Kiljan Laxness' Atómstöðin (1948)... [where he portrays] postwar society in Reykjavík, completely torn from its moorings by the avalanche of foreign gold. Spitteler (1919) | Guðný Halldórsdóttir is a filmmaker whose first work was the 1989 adaptation of Kristnihald undir jōkli (Under the Glacier). In den 1990er Jahren erfolgte eine gesamtdeutsche Renaissance der Werke Laxness’, ausgelöst durch eine Werksausgabe des Göttinger Steidl Verlags mit teilweise neuen Übersetzungen von Hubert Seelow. Í þriðju bók Hannesar Hólmsteins Gissurarsonar um Halldór Kiljan Laxness er skáldinu fylgt eftir frá árinu 1948 til dauðadags 1998. Paz (1990) | Jelinek (2004) | Haslett, Adam, introduction to Iceland's Bell, Vintage International, 2003, p.viii. Fyrstu ár Halldórs bjó hann í Reykjavík en flutti síðan að Laxnesi… Hann er eini Íslendingurinn sem hlotið hefur Nóbelsverðlaun. Müller (2009) | Galsworthy (1932) | In Sein eigener Herr geht es um einen hartnäckigen Kleinbauern, der trotz widrigster Umstände seine Selbstständigkeit nicht aufgeben will (der isländische Titel lautet Sjálfstætt fólk, deutsch: „selbstständige Leute“). Halldór Laxness lifði í skáldskap í margvíslegum skilningi Í og lifir enn. "[26] "Halldór Kiljan Laxness’s three-volume Íslandsklukkan … is probably the most significant (Icelandic) novel of the 1940s. Lewis (1930) | Halldór Kiljan Laxness (1902-1998) er án efa þekktasta skáld okkar íslendinga. Neruda (1971) | [16], Laxness's next novel was Sjálfstætt fólk (Independent People (1934 and 1935), which has been described as "… one of the best books of the twentieth century. 1988: 1931 Þú vínviður hreini, 1932 Fuglinn í fjörunni (Roman, dt. "[17], When Salka Valka was published in English in 1936 a reviewer on the Evening Standard stated: "No beauty is allowed to exist as ornamentation in its own right in these pages; but the work is replete from cover to cover with the beauty of its perfection. Halldór var sonur Sigríðar Halldórsdóttur (fædd 1872) og Guðjóns Helgasonar (fæddur 1870). Iceland has gained a new literary giant - it is our duty to celebrate the fact with joy!"[6]. Informationen zum Buch. [47], In the 21st century interest in Laxness in English-speaking countries has increased following the reissue of several of his novels and the first English-language publications of Iceland's Bell (2003) and The Great Weaver from Kashmir (2008). Saramago (1998) | [43], He had four children: Sigríður Mária Elísabet Halldórsdóttir (Maria, 10 April 1923 - 19 March 2016), Einar Laxness (9 August 1931 - 23 May 2016), Sigríður Halldórsdóttir (Sigga, b. Fréttin um andlát Halldórs Kiljans Laxness barst að morgni mánudagsins 9. febrúar, en hann andaðist kvöldið áður að Reykjalundi. Halldór Laxness - þingmál - gleði Röskvu. Tranströmer (2011) | Reymont (1924) | Andrić (1961) | Halldór Kiljan Laxness rithöfundur fæddist í litlum bæ sem stóð fyrir framan Laugaveg 32 í Reykjavík hinn 23. apríl 1902, en flutti þriggja ára með foreldrum sínum að Laxnesi í Mosfellsdal. Hesse (1946) | 27. október árið 1955 tilkynnti dómnefnd Sænsku akademíunnar að Halldór Kiljan Laxness hlyti bókmenntaverðlaun Nóbels það ár. 9783869300108. "[14], In addition to the two parts of Salka Valka, Laxness published Fótatak manna (Steps of Men) in 1933, a collection of short stories, as well as other essays, notably Dagleið á fjöllum (A Day's Journey in the Mountains) in 1937. 5,0 von 5 Sternen 2. Honum hlotnaðist sá heiður að fá bókmenntaverðlaun Nóbels árið 1955, en þau hlaut hann fyrir litríkan sagnaskáldskap og hafa endurnýjað íslenska frásagnalista. 1955 erhielt er den Nobelpreis für Literatur. Halldór Laxness starb im Alter von 95 Jahren und wurde auf dem Friedhof der Mosfellskirkja in Mosfellsdal beigesetzt.[1]. Tag Archives: Halldór Laxness Hátíðarhöld í Mosfellssveit í tilefni af Nóbelsverðlaunum Halldórs Laxness Mynd að ofan: Halldór Laxness þakkar fyrir sig. In the late 1930s Laxness developed a unique spelling system that was closer to pronunciation than standard Icelandic. Szymborska (1996) | Bellow (1976) | Lessing (2007) | Mann (1929) | nicht verliehen (1940–1943) | He attended the technical school in Reykjavík from 1915 to 1916 and had an article published in the newspaper Morgunblaðið in 1916. Halldór Laxness lifði í skáldskap í margvíslegum skilningi – og lifir enn. Rolland (1915) | Munro (2013) | Laxness’ Reisen auf den Kontinent sind in seinem frühen Roman Der große Weber von Kaschmir (1927), der Einflüsse von Expressionismus und Surrealismus aufweist und andererseits im Ton gelegentlich an den frühen Thomas Mann erinnert, wiederzuerkennen. Ein bekanntes Buch Laxness’ ist der Roman Die Islandglocke (isländisch: Íslandsklukkan, 1943–46). Hér ætla ég að skrifa um eitt mesta skáld okkar Íslendinga, Halldór Kiljan Laxness. Nóbelsverðlaunin voru fyrst veitt árið 1901. )[39], In 1968 Laxness published the "visionary novel"[40] Kristnihald undir Jökli (Under the Glacier / Christianity at the Glacier). Cela (1989) | Seine Biographie über Halldór Laxness wurde mit dem Isländischen Literaturpreis ausgezeichnet. nicht verliehen (1914) | Gide (1947) | Sonstiges. Dies kommt beispielsweise in seinem Roman Atomstation (1948) zum Ausdruck. - Hann fékk nóbelsverðlaun 10 des 1955 - Amma Halldórs hét Guðny og hafði gríðaleg áhrif á að móta hann að því sem hann varð-. "[18], In 1937 Laxness wrote the poem Maístjarnan (The May Star), which was set to music by Jón Ásgeirsson and has become a socialist anthem. Zu seinen größten Werken zählen „Sein eigener Herr“, „Am Gletscher“ oder auch „Atomstation“. Ende der 1950er Jahre wandte er sich vom Kommunismus ab. When he was three his family moved to the Laxnes farm in Mosfellssveit parish. Taschenbuch. Nóbelsnefndin afgreiddi tillöguna með einni setningu, að hún vísaði henni á bug eins og árið áður. Elytis (1979) | [22] He was present at the "Trial of the Twenty-one" and wrote about it in detail in his book Gerska æfintýrið (The Russian Adventure). Fæðingastaður Laxness mun blasa við gestum Sandhotel á leið þeirra að torginu og þurfa rithöfundar framtíðarinnar því ekki að sækja langt í innblástur. Karlfeldt (1931) | Solschenizyn (1970) | Walcott (1992) | Statt der sozial- und religionskritischen Themen hielten nun daoistische Themen Einzug in seine Bücher. Halldór Laxness. "[31], In 1952 Laxness was awarded the Lenin Peace Prize and in 1953 he was awarded the Soviet-sponsored World Peace Council literary Prize. Independent People Halldor Laxness. Á sýningunni verða munir sem Seðlabankanum hefur verið falið að varðveita og eru tengdir rithöfundinum Halldóri Kiljan Laxness Þar á meðal eru nóbelsverðlaunin sem Halldór hlaut árið 1955 og ýmsir aðrir munir tengdir honum, auk valinna ritverka. Gunnar Gunnarsson var tilnefndur til þeirra fjórum sinnum. Zur Zeit, als Halldór geboren wurde, lebten in Reykjavík etwa 6000 Menschen, es gab zwei uniformierte Polizisten und zwei vollberufliche Huren. As he grew older he began to suffer from Alzheimer's disease and eventually moved into a nursing home, where he died at the age of 95. Diese Seite wurde zuletzt am 24. 14. maí - Varsjárbandalagið stofnað í Varsjá í Póllandi.Stofnríki eru: Sovétríkin, Pólland, Austur-Þýskaland, Tékkóslóvakía, Ungverjaland, Rúmenía, Búlgaría og Albanía. He is considered the most creative Icelandic writer of the 20th century. In 2005, the Icelandic National Theatre premiered a play by Ólafur Haukur Símonarson, titled Halldór í Hollywood (Halldór in Hollywood) about the author's time spent in the United States in the 1920s. Halldór Laxness. [3], Halldór Guðjónsson was born in Reykjavík in 1902. Halldór Laxness, geboren in Reykjavík, lebte von 1902 bis 1998. Tagore (1913) | Annað orð yfir kökur af þessu tagi er stríðstertur. 1979, 1982 Bráðum kemur betri tíð... (Gedicht-Auswahl). In 1948 his house, Gljúfrasteinn, was built in the countryside outside of Mosfellsbær, near to where he grew up. Þegar Halldór Laxness var 53 ára var honum veitt ein mesta viðurkenning sem hægt er að fá fyrir bókmenntir. Mynd að ofan: Halldór Laxness þakkar fyrir sig. Halldór Laxness tekur við Nóbelsverðlaununum úr hendi Gústavs Adolfs VI. Einnig talaði Halldór sjálfur til mannfjöldans. Laxness's religious period did not last long. Salka valka. Januar 1923 im Benediktinerkloster St. Maurice de Clervaux in Luxemburg, nach dem irischen Märtyrer und Heiligen Kilian. Golding (1983) | Gebundene Ausgabe. Halldór Laxness: Salka Valka Hot . With the aid of Upton Sinclair and the ACLU, the charges were dropped and Laxness returned to Iceland. Halldór Laxness - Leben und Werk. Seine Enkelin Auður Jónsdóttir ist ebenfalls Schriftstellerin. nicht verliehen (1918) | Steidl. Heidenstam (1916) | Lagerkvist (1951) | "[30], Due to its examination of modern Reykjavík, Atómstöðin caused many critics and readers to consider it as the exemplary "Reykjavík Novel. In 1922, Halldór joined the Abbaye Saint-Maurice-et-Saint-Maur in Clervaux, Luxembourg, where the monks followed the rules of Saint Benedict of Nursia. Atburðir. Hann gerði sér lítið fyrir og vann sér inn eitt stykki Nóbelsverðlaun árið 1955 – eitthvað sem enginn annar íslendingur hefur leikið eftir.. 2015: 1968 Kristnihald undir Jökli (Roman, dt. Halldór Laxness wurde am 23. Naipaul (2001) | [15] He became "enamored" of Charlie Chaplin's film City Lights. Halldór (Kiljan) Laxness (23. apríl 1902 - 8. febrúar 1998) ... Halldór hlaut Nóbelsverðlaun í bókmenntum árið 1955. Halldór Laxness war ein Nationaldichter ohne nationalistische Engstirnigkeit, ein Weltbürger, der auf seiner Insel verwurzelt ist, ein moderner Erzähler, in dessen Werk die vielhundertjährige Saga-Tradition aufgehoben ist. Hann komst næst því að hljóta þau sama ár og Halldór fékk þau. F. Mistral/Echegaray (1904) | Halldór Kiljan Laxness (1902-98), isländ. [19], This was followed by the four-part novel Heimsljós (World Light, 1937, 1938, 1939 and 1940), which is loosely based on the life of Magnús Hjaltason Magnusson, a minor Icelandic poet of the late 19th century.

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