Arne Garborg Biography
Arne Garborg, born Aadne Eivindsson Garborg was born in January 1851 and grew up in a strong pietistic environment. a writer.
He championed the use of Landsmål (Nynorsk, or New Norwegian), as a literary language; he translated the Odyssey into it. He founded the weekly Fedraheim in 1877, in which he urged reforms in many spheres including political, social, religious, agrarian, and linguistic. He was married to Hulda Garborg.
He was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature six times.
Arne Garborg Bøker/Books
- Weary Men
- Skriftir i samling…
- Den Burtkomne Faderen
- Den ny-norske sprog- og nationalitetsbevægelse: Et forsøg paa en omfattende redegjørelse, formet som polemiske sendebreve til modstræverne
- Hjå ho mor (Fontenebøkene)
- Aries Calendar
- Haugtussa: Forteljing
Haugtussa Arne Garborg
Haugtussa is his epic poem cycle from 1895.The poems themes are closely related to his rural background and a number of supernatural beings other creatures involved. A Haugtusse is originally a female subterrestrial, but is an eponym of the main character, a psychic young girl, usually called Veslemøy in the story.
She is dreaming of her boyfriend like other young girls of the same age, and experiences love. But this that she “sees” more than others brings with it responsibility and special tasks that it is hard and scary to live with. But she accepts, yes, choosing, her destiny, and prefering to be spiritually awake: “I will also see with eye, rather than deaf, and not true divorce.” She sees other people “accompanies” and thwarts through it their true character. She knows when people die, though they are far away, and she looks into “Scarecrow” and confronted with the wickedness of the world.
Fred Arne Garborg
Fred is his novelthat was published in 1892 .The book consept is the religious abuses of the farmer Enok Hove . The pressure of his own ethnic and farm consciousness along with the social and economic conditions of time leads him into a destructive manic-depressive madness that stifles all around him: the sons, the foster son and the wife. The document has been added to his hometown Jæren , and can be seen as an almost realistic depiction of the social and economic conditions that hit the farmers during the great change of hands . As contrasts to Enok Hove, the thranite Torkjell Tualand and the free philosopher of life perform the actor Fante-Tomas .
The main theme is religious mining. There are also many themes. About the Christian philosophy and the ideals of religion. All Enok’s deeds are morally rooted in Bible quotes. Though Enoch loses the holiness, this holiness is temmeleg uklår. Living ascetic and forsaking earthly pleasures is certainly a religious ideal, and not just for Christianity. One should go to follow his way of life, at the expense of his closest? Can one sacrifice his wife and his children for his own peace of mind? Garborg’s victory in Fred was no, but fired Enok for all guilt. Both Enok and the family member, but it is not enough easy answer, it would have been annleis. The active act is Enok, and one can say that he should do as he did. He should not be so religiously the mine, but this is not enough to be himself, it is in him, and is like a demonic evil power. It’s the mining as a die. Trua tek knocking on him. But human is strong enough to live. It hosts people of Gunnar, and of the family. That’s how the cheeky family is doing.
Mannfolk Arne Garborg
Mannfolk is a novel from 1886. It is set in Norway’s capital Christiania. Is a fierce attack on the sexual education of the time. It describes the life of a number of down-and-out men who belong to the artistic circles of the city.
young painters, teachers, office chairs, students and priest candidates meet a dance team in Kristiania Labor. Later they meet in different contexts and specifically discuss marriage and gender morals. They are looking for life partners, but can not establish themselves until the 30’s, which means that the young people with sexual activity find temporary solutions.
Om Pengar Arne Garborg/About money
Money, you’re not worth it yourself. You can not eat them, do not drink them, do not dress them with them. You could have lumbered full of money and starve, thirsty, freeze in full – no food and drink and clothes to get.
Money is by no means the greatest, not the second largest either. But they are a great good for those who usually use them.
For money, a few things may call it. – No, you can not.
One can buy
food, but not mathy,
drops, but not good,
soft beds, but not sleepy,
lesson, but not white
, but no friendship,
shine, but not cozy,
fun, but not happy,
comrade, but not friendship,
tenants, but no crushing,
gray hair, but no era,
funny days but no peace.
The scale of all things may be a few for money. But not the core; it’s not for money fal.
Arne Garborg Bondestudentar
Bond student is his 1883 novel. The book is partly an autobiographical key novel and him contemporary recognized by other names.The novel is vivid and in several respects depicts the main character’s fraud against his roots and original ideals.
Daniel Braut the farmer, a boy with a brighter head than his workmates. This adds the Chapel of the village, and he wants to give the boy a chance to get some schooling. However, it is not a matter of course that a father will let go of the labor of a son, but with the help of flattery, the Kapellanen succeeds in persuading Daniel’s father, Ole Johannes.
Arne Garborg Quotes
- To love a person is to learn the song that is in their heart and to sing it to them when they have forgotten.
- For money you can have everything it is said. No, that is not true. You can buy food, but not appetite; medicine, but not health; soft beds, but not sleep; knowledge but not intelligence; glitter, but not comfort; fun, but not pleasure; acquaintances, but not friendship; servants, but not faithfulness; grey hair, but not honor; quiet days, but not peace. The shell of all things you can get for money. But not the kernel. That cannot be had for money.