Books, Articles, Reviews, and Translations into English by Leig Sjoberg (1925-2000) Twentieth-Century Swedish Writers and Poets. (Sjoberg Bibliography)

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Books, Articles, Reviews, and Translations into English by Leig Sjoberg (1925-2000) Twentieth-Century Swedish Writers and Poets. (Sjoberg Bibliography)


Books

Sjoberg, Leif. Par Lagerkvist. Columbia Essays on Modern Writers 74. New York: Columbia UP, 1976. Pp. 52. Reviewed by Karin Petherick. Scandinavica. 17.1 (1978): 67-8.

--.A Reader's Guide to Gunnar Ekelof's "A Molna Elegy." New York: Twayne, 1973. Pp. 162.

Reviewed by Nils J. Anderson. World Literature Today. 48.3 (1974): 591-2.

Reviewed by Margareta Mattsson. Scandinavian Studies 46.4 (1974): 452-4.

Reviewed by Carl Fehrman. Scandinavica. 14.2 (1975): 145-6.

Co-translations

Ekelof, Gunnar. Three Poems. Trans. Muriel Rukeyser and Leif Sjoberg. Lawrence, KS: Terence Williams, 1967. Pp. 9. "Ty natten kommer"; "Sedan Iange vilar riddaren"; "Trionfo della morte."

--.Selected Poems of Gunnar Ekelof. Trans. Muriel Rukeyser and Leif Sjoberg. Introduction by Leif Sjoberg. New York: Twayne, 1967. Pp. 109.

Reviewed by Robert D. Spector. Scandinavian Review. 55.4 (1967): 414-6.

--.Selected Poems. Trans. and with a foreward by W.H. Auden and Leif Sjoberg. New York: Pantheon, 1971. Pp. 14-1. (Modern European Series. Harmondswort: Penguin, 1971)

Reviewed by Nils J. Anderson. Books Abroad. 4-7.1 (1973): 170.

Reviewed by Yvonne L. Sandstroem. Scandinavian Studies. 46:1 (1974-): 85-6.

Reviewed in Transatlantic Review (London and New York). 37-38 (1970-71): 125.

--. A Molna Elegy: Metamorphoses. Trans. Muriel Rukeyser and Leif Sjoberg. Introduction by Leif Sjoberg. Greensboro, NC: Unicorn, 1984. Vol. I: Pp. 75. Vol. 2: Pp. 55. (bilingual edition) (Portions of the introduction and translation first appeared in Comparison Criticism, A Tearbook. Cambridge U, 1:1 [1979]).

Reviewed by Ross Shideler. Scandinavian Studies. 57.1 (1985): 95.

Hammarskjold, Dag. Markings. Trans. and with a foreward by W.H. Auden and Leif Sjoberg. New York: Knopf, 1964. Pp. 186. (London: Faber and Faber, 1964, 1988, 1997; New York: Ballentine, 1983.)

Lagerkvist, Par. Evening Land. Trans. W.H. Auden and Leif Sjoberg. Introduction by Leif Sjoberg. Detroit: Wayne State UP, 1975. Pp. 193. (London: Souvenir, 1977)

Reviewed by Robert D. Spector. Nordstjernan 104: (April 1, 1976): 3.

Lindegren, Erik. The Man Without a Way. Trans. Ronald Bates and Leif Sjoberg. New Directions 21. New York: New Directions, 1969. Pp. 28.

Reviewed by George C. Schoolfield. Scandinavian Studies 42.4 (1970): 460-6.

Lundkvist, Artur. Agadir. Trans. and with a preface by William Jay Smith and Leif Sjoberg. International Poetry Series 2. Chicago: Ohio UP, 1980. Pp. 55.

Discussed by Czelaw Milosz. World Literature Today 54.3 (1980): 367-8.

Reviewed in Scandinavian Review 67.3 (1979): 13-29.

Lofgren, Ulf. Felix Forgetful. Trans. Erik Sandberg-Diment and Leif Sjoberg. Seymour Lawrence Book. New York: Delacorte, 1969. Pp. 134.

Martinson, Harry. Aniara: A Review of Man in Time and Space. Trans. Stephen Klass and Leif Sjoberg. Sodra Sandby: Vekenun, 1991. Pp. 168.

Reviewed by Brita Green. "Harry Martinson's Aniara in a new translation" Swedish Book Review (1991.2): 22-27.

Reviewed by Sven Arne Bergmann. "Rhyme and Reason in Harry Martinson's Aniara." Scandinavian Book Review (1991.2): 28-30.

Reviewed by Alan Swanson. Scandinavian Studies 66.3 (1994): 421-4.

--.Aniara: A Review of Man in Time and Space. Trans. Stephen Klass and Leif Sjoberg. Ashland, OR: Story Line, 1999. Pp. 160.

Reviewed by Steven E Sondrup. Scandinavian Studies 72.4 (2000): 477-81.

--.Wild Bouquet: Nature Poems. Trans. and with an introduction by William Jay Smith and Leif Sjoberg. Kansas City, MO: BkMk, 1985. Pp. 76.

Reviewed by David Ignatow. Greenfield Review 14.1-2 (1987): 92-4.

Sodergran, Edith. Violet Twilights. Trans. Daisy Aldan and Leif Sjoberg. Scandinavian Writers Chapbook 1. Ed. Stanley H. Barkan. …

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