Rabbe Arnfinn Enckell (3 March 1903 – 17 June 1974) was a Finnish author, writer and poet. Enckell is regarded as one of the stalwarts of the Swedo-Finnish poetic revival that began in the 1920s. Enckell was born in Tammela, Tavastia Proper. He studied art in France and Italy. In 1923 he brought out his first poetry collection, entitled Dikter. It was a collection of impressionistic nature poems. The collection and its sequel, Flöjtblåsarlycka (The Flutist’s Happiness), which was published in 1925, were contained Enckell's vivid description of the changes in nature. Enckell was a modernist. For a year in 1928-29 he worked for the avant-garde journal Quosego. He then wrote a couple of semi-autobiographical novels, which included Ljusdunkel (1930). He returned to poetry with the publication

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  • Rabbe Arnfinn Enckell (3 March 1903 – 17 June 1974) was a Finnish author, writer and poet. Enckell is regarded as one of the stalwarts of the Swedo-Finnish poetic revival that began in the 1920s. Enckell was born in Tammela, Tavastia Proper. He studied art in France and Italy. In 1923 he brought out his first poetry collection, entitled Dikter. It was a collection of impressionistic nature poems. The collection and its sequel, Flöjtblåsarlycka (The Flutist’s Happiness), which was published in 1925, were contained Enckell's vivid description of the changes in nature. Enckell was a modernist. For a year in 1928-29 he worked for the avant-garde journal Quosego. He then wrote a couple of semi-autobiographical novels, which included Ljusdunkel (1930). He returned to poetry with the publication of The Cistern of Spring (1931). He followed it with The Sounding Board (1935). The modernist streak in his poetry prompted comparisons with T.S. Eliot. Enckell brought out another collection of poems, The Vault, which was published in 1937. He died in Helsinki, aged 71. (en)
  • Rabbe Arnfinn Enckell (1903 - 1974) novelista y poeta finlandés. Su obra se caracteriza por abordar diversos temas que reflejan el modo de ser nórdico y las tribulaciones de su modo de vida. Entre otros, ganó el premio Helsinki al mejor cuento corto en 1962. (es)
  • Rabbe Arnfinn Enckell (* 3. März 1903 in Tammela; † 17. Juni 1974 in Helsinki) war ein finnlandschwedischer Schriftsteller, Dichter und Maler, der neben Edith Södergran, Elmer Diktonius und Gunnar Björling zu den führenden Persönlichkeiten des finnlandschwedischen Modernismus gehört. (de)
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  • Rabbe Arnfinn Enckell (1903 - 1974) novelista y poeta finlandés. Su obra se caracteriza por abordar diversos temas que reflejan el modo de ser nórdico y las tribulaciones de su modo de vida. Entre otros, ganó el premio Helsinki al mejor cuento corto en 1962. (es)
  • Rabbe Arnfinn Enckell (* 3. März 1903 in Tammela; † 17. Juni 1974 in Helsinki) war ein finnlandschwedischer Schriftsteller, Dichter und Maler, der neben Edith Södergran, Elmer Diktonius und Gunnar Björling zu den führenden Persönlichkeiten des finnlandschwedischen Modernismus gehört. (de)
  • Rabbe Arnfinn Enckell (3 March 1903 – 17 June 1974) was a Finnish author, writer and poet. Enckell is regarded as one of the stalwarts of the Swedo-Finnish poetic revival that began in the 1920s. Enckell was born in Tammela, Tavastia Proper. He studied art in France and Italy. In 1923 he brought out his first poetry collection, entitled Dikter. It was a collection of impressionistic nature poems. The collection and its sequel, Flöjtblåsarlycka (The Flutist’s Happiness), which was published in 1925, were contained Enckell's vivid description of the changes in nature. Enckell was a modernist. For a year in 1928-29 he worked for the avant-garde journal Quosego. He then wrote a couple of semi-autobiographical novels, which included Ljusdunkel (1930). He returned to poetry with the publication (en)
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