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Per Petterson (born 18 July 1952 in Oslo) is a Norwegian novelist. His debut book was Aske i munnen, sand i skoa (1987), a collection of short stories. He has since published a number of novels to good reviews. To Siberia (1996), set in the Second World War, was published in English in 1998 and nominated for the Nordic Council's Literature Prize. I kjølvannet, translated as In the Wake (2002), is a young man's story of losing his family in the Scandinavian Star ferry disaster in 1990 (Petterson himself lost his mother, father, younger brother and a niece in the disaster); it won the Brage Prize for 2000. His 2008 novel Jeg forbanner tidens elv (I Curse the River of Time) won The Nordic Council's Literature Prize for 2009, with an English translation published in 2010.

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  • 佩尔·彼得松
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  • Per Petterson (* 18. Juli 1952 in Oslo) ist ein norwegischer Schriftsteller.
  • Per Petterson , né le 18 juillet 1952 à Oslo, est un écrivain et un romancier norvégien.
  • Per Petterson (Oslo, 18 juli 1952) is een Noors schrijver van romans en verhalen.
  • Пер Петтерсон (норв. Per Petterson, 18 июля 1952, Осло) — норвежский писатель.
  • 佩尔·彼得松(挪威语:Per Petterson,1952年7月18日-),挪威小说家。大陆也译作佩尔·帕特森。
  • Per Petterson (born 18 July 1952 in Oslo) is a Norwegian novelist. His debut book was Aske i munnen, sand i skoa (1987), a collection of short stories. He has since published a number of novels to good reviews. To Siberia (1996), set in the Second World War, was published in English in 1998 and nominated for the Nordic Council's Literature Prize. I kjølvannet, translated as In the Wake (2002), is a young man's story of losing his family in the Scandinavian Star ferry disaster in 1990 (Petterson himself lost his mother, father, younger brother and a niece in the disaster); it won the Brage Prize for 2000. His 2008 novel Jeg forbanner tidens elv (I Curse the River of Time) won The Nordic Council's Literature Prize for 2009, with an English translation published in 2010.
  • Per Petterson es un escritor noruego nacido el 18 de julio de 1952 en Oslo. Su primera obra fue el libro de cuentos Aske i munnen, sand i skoa publicado en 1987. Ha escrito cinco novelas, entre las cuales destaca Til Sibir 1996 por haber sido nominada al Premio de Literatura del Consejo Nórdico. Til Sibir transcurre durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial, y I kjølvannet cuenta la historia de un joven que perdió a su familia en durante el incendio del ferri Scandinavian Star en 1990. Recibió en 2009 el Premio de Literatura del Consejo Nórdico por su novela Yo maldigo el río del tiempo.
  • Il romanzo è stato scritto nel 2003 e ha vinto diversi premi, tra i quali l'International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award e l'Independent Foreign Fiction Prize nel 2007. È stato inoltre nominato per il più celebre Nordisk råds litteraturpris più volte dal 1996 - quando fu presentato per il romanzo To Siberia (Til Sibir): questo rappresenta la sua ultima vittoria, ottenuta nel 2009 per Jeg forbanner tidens elv (I course the River of Time), romanzo accolto con entusiasmo dalla giuria, della quale faceva parte la connazionale Trude Marstein, anch'ella scrittrice affermata. Gli era già valso l'altrettanto prestigioso Brageprisen, nel 2008. E', inoltre, un biblofilo appassionato: legge soprattutto il connazionale Premio Nobel Knut Hamsun - la cui influenza su Petterson è stata notata da Thomas McGu
  • Per Petterson (ur. 18 lipca 1952 w Oslo) – norweski pisarz i eseista. Debiutował w 1987 zbiorem opowiadań Aske i munnen, sand i skoa. W 1989 opublikował debiutancką powieść, kolejne ukazywały się w odstępie dwóch-trzech lat. Jego najbardziej znanym utworem jest wydana w 2003 powieść Kradnąc konie. Narratorem książki jest siedemdziesięcioletni mężczyzna, który u schyłku życia osiada na wsi. Większa część książki ukazuje jednak wydarzenia rozgrywające się latem 1948, gdy narrator był piętnastoletnim chłopcem i spędzał wakacje z ojcem na pograniczu ze Szwecją. Kradnąc konie zdobyła wiele nagród w kraju (m.in. Kritikerprisen) i zagranicą. W 2007 znalazła się na liście 10 najlepszych książek według The New York Times.
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