Awards & Winners

Paal Brekke

Paal Brekke was a Norwegian lyricist, novelist, translator of poetry, and literary critic. Brekke fled from occupied Norway to Sweden in 1940, when he was 17 years old. He made his literary debut in 1942, with the poetry collection Av din jord er vi til. His first novel was PÃ¥ flukt. Brekke has been called the father of modernism in Norway. He was awarded the Norwegian Critics Prize for Literature in 1972 for the poetry collection Aftenen er stille. He received the Dobloug Prize in 1981.

Awards by Paal Brekke

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Norwegian Critics Prize for Literature - Prize for the Best Literary Work (Adult)
Honored for : Aftenen er stille : (Aldersheim blues)