Jens Bjorneboe: Prophet Without Honor Janet Garton

ISBN: 9780313246999

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Jens Bjorneboe: Prophet Without Honor  by  Janet Garton

Jens Bjorneboe: Prophet Without Honor by Janet Garton
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Chapters:PrefaceChronology1. Bjornboes Life and Career2. Essays and Polemics3. Poetry4. Early Novels5. Artist Novels6. The Assault on the Establishment7. Plays8. The Trilogy9. The Sharks10. ConclusionNotes and ReferencesSelective BiblographyMoreChapters:PrefaceChronology1. Bjornboes Life and Career2. Essays and Polemics3. Poetry4. Early Novels5. Artist Novels6.

The Assault on the Establishment7. Plays8. The Trilogy9. The Sharks10. ConclusionNotes and ReferencesSelective BiblographyIndexFirst paragraph:Throughout his turbulent career, Jens Bjorneboe (1920-1976) functioned as Norways conscience. No bureaucratic institution, fossilized convention, or authoritatian arrogance was safe from his scathing attacks- he tolerated neither fools nor villans, and impatiently shrugged off counsels of caution and compromise.

Like all consciences, he was not easy to live with. He was for a long time a source of profound embarrassment to the Norwegian establishment, which tried first to ignore him and then to silence him, but failed conspicuously to do either until he himself chose silence when he had reached an inner exhaustion that left him with no reserves.



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