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Book Title: Ein Oktobertag in Oslo|
The author of the book: Sigurd Hoel
Edition: Diana-Verl. ;Heyne]
Date of issue: 2001
ISBN 13: 9783453177239
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Oslo an einem Oktobertag im Jahre 1930: Ein Schrei dringt aus dem fenster eines Wohnhauses. Auf der Straße laufen die Menschen zusammen. Die schöne Tordis, Model in der Modebranche, hat versucht, sich das Leben zu nehmen. Ein verzweifelter Hilferuf der so selbstbewußt wirkenden jungen Frau. Die Mieter des Hauses, in dem Tordis wohnt, geraten in Aufruhr. Jeder fühlt sich schuldig, denn jeder hatte ihr die notwendige Hilfe versagt.
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Read information about the authorSigurd Hoel was a Norwegian author and publishing consultant.
His literary career began with the short story «Idioten» («the Idiot») from 1918, when he won a writing contest. The same year he became an employee of «Socialdemokraten» («The Social Democrat», a newspaper) as a literature and theater critic.
In 1924 he traveled to Berlin to study socialism, and there he wrote his first novel, «Syvstjernen» (The Seven Star), before moving to Paris for a short time.
During the war Hoel and his wife went back to Odalen. He participated in the Resistance, and wrote articles for the Resistance press. In 1943 he was forced to flee to Sweden.
Hoel had a short connection to the landsmål movement, but later played an active part in the riksmål campaign. He was among the founders of the Author's Association of 1952 and was the chairman of the Riksmålsforbundet from 1956 to 1959.
As the main consultant for Norwegian and translated literature for Gyldendal publishing, Hoel made an impression on a whole generation of Norwegian literature. From 1929-1959 Hoel was the editor of the publisher's «Gold Series», where he introduced a number of foreign authors, often with an astounding foresight for which works would remain. The series comprised 101 books—among others, works from authors such as Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Franz Kafka. Hoel wrote prefaces for all of the books.
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