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Gunnar Gunnarsson (18 May 1889 – 21 November 1975) was an Icelandic author who wrote mainly in Danish. He grew up, in considerable poverty, on Valþjófsstaður in Fljótsdalur valley and on Ljótsstaðir in Vopnafjörður. Despite great difficulties, he became one of the most popular novelists in Denmark and Germany. Often considered one of the most important Icelandic writers, he wrote the novel Af Borgslægtens Historie (translated into English as Guest the One-Eyed), the first Icelandic writing ever made into a movie. He also wrote the autobiographical novel The Church on the Mountain (1923–28).

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  • 贡纳尔·贡纳尔松
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  • Gunnar Gunnarsson (* 18. Mai 1889 im Fljótsdalur; † 21. November 1975 in Reykjavík) war ein isländischer Dichter.
  • Gunnar Gunnarsson (18 May 1889 – 21 November 1975) was an Icelandic author who wrote mainly in Danish. He grew up, in considerable poverty, on Valþjófsstaður in Fljótsdalur valley and on Ljótsstaðir in Vopnafjörður. Despite great difficulties, he became one of the most popular novelists in Denmark and Germany. Often considered one of the most important Icelandic writers, he wrote the novel Af Borgslægtens Historie (translated into English as Guest the One-Eyed), the first Icelandic writing ever made into a movie. He also wrote the autobiographical novel The Church on the Mountain (1923–28).
  • Gunnar Gunnarsson (né le 18 mai 1889 à Fljótsdalur - décédé le 21 novembre 1975 à Reykjavik) était un écrivain islandais. Il a essentiellement écrit en danois.
  • Gunnar Gunnarsson (Fljótsdalshreppur, 18 de mayo de 1889 – Reikiavik, 21 de noviembre de 1975) fue un escritor islandés. De seguro es el más importante exponente de la literatura de Islandia, se trasladó joven a Dinamarca. Después de estrenarse con la novela La familia de Borg (1914), produjo sus obras maestras Bienaventurados los simples (1920) y La Iglesia en la montaña (1928). Después la novela El pájaro negro (1929), regresó a Islandia en 1939.
  • Di sicuro il più importante esponente in assoluto della letteratura islandese, si trasferì giovane in Danimarca. Dopo l'esordio con il romanzo La famiglia di Borg (1914), sfornò i suoi capolavori Beati i semplici (1920) e La chiesa sulla montagna (1928). Dopo il romanzo L'uccello nero (1929), tornò in Islanda nel 1939.
  • Gunnar Gunnarson foi um escritor islandês, nascido em 1889 em Fljótsdalur en Islândia. Radicado na Dinamarca desde os seus 18 anos, foi neste país e em língua dinamarquesa que escreveu a maior parte da sua obra. Morreu em 1975.
  • Gunnar Gunnarsson (Fljótsdalur, 18 mei 1889 – Reykjavík, 21 november 1975) was een IJslands schrijver.
  • 贡纳尔·贡纳尔松(冰島語:Gunnar Gunnarsson,1889年5月18日-1975年11月21日)冰岛作家。主要使用丹麦语写作。是冰岛、丹麦和德国最富盛名的小说家之一。他的小说《博格家史》是首部被改编成电影的冰岛小说。他还著有一部五卷本的自传体长篇小说《山间的教堂》。 截至2013年12月
  • Гуннар Гуннарссон (18 мая 1889 — 21 ноября 1975) — исландский писатель, писавший преимущественно на датском, а также на исландском языке. Один из наиболее важных и известных исландских писателей XX века. Его произведения пользуются популярностью в Дании и Германии.
  • Gunnar Gunnarsson (ur. 18 maja 1889, zm. 21 listopada 1975) – islandzki pisarz, piszący jednak głównie po duńsku. Wychował się w biedzie w miejscowości Valþjófsstaður w dolinie Fljótsdalur oraz w Ljótsstaðir w fiordzie Vopnafjörður. Mimo trudności, stał się jednym z najchętniej czytanych nowelistów w Danii i Niemczech. Kilka z jego powieści i nowel zostało przetłumaczonych na język polski (m.in. przez Leopolda Staffa), w tym:
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  • Gunnar Gunnarsson (* 18. Mai 1889 im Fljótsdalur; † 21. November 1975 in Reykjavík) war ein isländischer Dichter.
  • Gunnar Gunnarsson (18 May 1889 – 21 November 1975) was an Icelandic author who wrote mainly in Danish. He grew up, in considerable poverty, on Valþjófsstaður in Fljótsdalur valley and on Ljótsstaðir in Vopnafjörður. Despite great difficulties, he became one of the most popular novelists in Denmark and Germany. Often considered one of the most important Icelandic writers, he wrote the novel Af Borgslægtens Historie (translated into English as Guest the One-Eyed), the first Icelandic writing ever made into a movie. He also wrote the autobiographical novel The Church on the Mountain (1923–28).
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