How could things go so bad when things went so well?
Oppdatert torsdag 12. juli 2018, kl. 11:3611:36
I denne episoden kan du høre en samtale mellom den svenske forfatteren Per Olov Enquist og daværende daglig leder for Litteraturhuset Aslak Sira Myhre. Samtalen fant sted 22. januar 2009, kort tid etter utgivelsen av Enquists bok Ett annat liv.
This page is not available in English. Below is the Norwegian page translated by Google.
No Swedish book published in 2008 has a higher literary content than Enquist's Another Life. I even dare to say that this is the big book of the year in Europe.
- Gabi Gleichmann in the Evening Post
Enquist's memoir novel Another Life Comes in Norwegian, and he himself comes to the Literature House to talk about his writing. As a child, Enquist mostly sat and drew fictional maps. The world of childhood extended to him no more than to Bureå. Still, he would travel and spend much of his life abroad - in Berlin, New York, Paris, Copenhagen. The play Tribades Night brought him all the way to Broadway. As a writer he got a great, international
breakthrough. At the same time, a personal crisis emerged. How could things go so bad when things went so well?
Meet PO Enquist in conversation with Literature House's Aslak Sira Myhre.
Single cut: Øyvind Rimbereid
The transmission is now full on Nedjma, but the conversation is also transmitted directly to TV screens in LesBar (Kafe Oslo) and in Sjeherasad (3rd floor). There is no room reservation here.
On January 20, you can also bring the lecture "This is the whole story". Walks in Per Olov Enquist's writing at the Literature House.