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

Article excerpt

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. Merrick: Cross-Cultural Communications. 1993. Pp. 48.

Transtromer, Tomas. Windows and Stones: Selected Poems. Trans. May Swenson and Leif Sjoberg. Introduction by Leif Sjoberg. Pittsburgh: U Pittsburgh P, 1972. Pp. 84. (Nominated for the National Book Award, 1973.)

Reviewed by Yvonne L. Sandstroem. Scandinavian Review 62.1 (1974): 87-8.

Forest of Childhood: Poems from Sweden. [Johannes Edfelt, Harry Martinson, Artur Lundkvist, Kjell Hjern, Osten Sjostrand, Folke Isaksson, Lars Lundkvist, Kerstin Thorek, Lars Gustafsson, Elisabeth Rynell.] Ed. and trans. William Jay Smith and Leif Sjoberg. Minneapolis: New Rivers, 1996. Pp. 207.

Reviewed by Virginia R. Terris. Nordstjernan (January 23, 1997): 8.

Gullberg, Hjalmar. Gentleman, Single, Refined: and Selected Poems 1937-59. Trans. Judith Moffett. Foreward by Leif Sjoberg, xi-xvii. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State UP, 1979. Pp. 71.

Jersild, P. C. House of Babel. Trans. Joan Tate. Afterword by Leif Sjoberg: "A Conversation with P.C. Jersild." 307-21. Lincoln: U Nebraska P, 1987. Pp. 321.

ARTICLE, REVIEWS AND TRANSLATIONS

American Swedish Historical Foundation (Philadelphia)

"Arthur Landfors, Emigrant Poet of Two Countries." Yearbook 1968: 28-39.

Par Lagerkvist: "Five Poems." Trans. W.H. Auden and Leif Sjoberg. "Two Poems." Trans. May Swenson and Leif Sjoberg: Yearbook 1973: 19-20.

American Swedish Monthly (New York)

"Tomas Transtromer, the Poet." 59.5 (1965): 24-8.

"The Story of a Poem" (Ekelof's "Jarama"). 59.7 (1965): 26-8.

Antaeus (New York and Tangiers)

Harry Martinson. "Rhinoceros" and Wemer Aspenstrom: "Three Poems." Trans. Leif Sjoberg and W.H. Auden. 15 (1974): 199-23.

Book Spring (State University of New York, Stony Brook)

"Harry Martinson (1904-78)." By Leif Sjoberg and William Jay Smith. 1989.

Books Abroad [World Literature Today from 1977] (University of Oklahoma, Norman)

Gunnar Ekelof. Poesi. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 37.4 (Fall 63): 496.

Werner Aspenstrom. 66 dikter. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 38.2 (Spring 1964): 226.

Johannes Edfelt. Arens spegel. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 38.4 (Fall 1964): 465.

"Gunnar Ekelof. Sent pa jorden. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 38.1 (Winter 1964): 106-7.

"Gunnar Ekelof, Swedish Poet." 41.3 (1967): 291-3.

"Per Olof Sundman: The Writer as a Reasonably Unbiased Observer." 47.2 (1973): 253-60.

Werner Aspenstrom. Under tiden. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 47.3 (1973): 573.

Torsten Matte Schmidt. Strindbergs maleri. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 47.4. (1973): 784-5.

Per Olof Sundman. Lofoten, sommar. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 48.1 (1974): 165-6.

"Harry Martinson: From Vagabond to Space Explorer." 48.3 (1974): 476-85.

Harry Martinson: Tuvor. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 48.3 (1974): 589-90.

Werner Aspenstrom. Backen. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 48.4 (1974): 794-5.

Eyvind Johnson. Nagra steg mot tystnaden. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 4-9.1 (1975): 137-8.

"The 1974 Nobel Prize in Literature: Eyvind Johnson and Harry Martinson." 49.3 (1975): 407-21.

"An Interview with Artur Lundkvist? 50.2 (1976): 329-36.

Lars Gustafsson. Warm Rooms and Cold. Trans. Yvonne Sandstroem. Providence: Copper Beech. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 50.2 (1976): 420-1.

Werner Aspenstrom. Blavalen. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 50.3 (1976): 672-3.

Christian Science Monitor (Boston)

Harry Martinson: "The Dream City"; "Summer on the Lake"; "Butterflies." Trans. Leif Sjoberg and W.H Auden. 67.7 (1974): 7.

The Columbia Owl (Columbia University, New York)

"The Translators and August Strindberg." (February 8, 1961): 2.

Comparative Criticism (Cambridge: Cambridge UP)

"Translating with W.H. Auden: Gunnar Ekelof's Last Poems." 1 (1979): 185-97.

"Gunnar Ekelof's A Molna Elegy. The Attempted Reconstruction of a Moment." 1 (1979): 199-214.

Confrontation (Long Island University, Brooklyn)

"Reflections on the Nobel Prize in Literature?' Symposium on the Morality of Prize-Giving. 13 (1976-77): 121-32.

Denver Quarterly

Harry Martinson: "From Li Kan Speaks Under the Trees." Trans. W.H. Auden and Leif Sjoberg. 7.3 (1972): 14-6.

Par Lagerkvist: "The Morning of Creation." Trans. W.H. Auden and Leif Sjoberg. 81 (1973): 44-6.

Drama Review (New York)

"Alf Sjoberg: Sensuality in Brecht." 10.3 (1966): 143-5.

Germanic Review (Columbia University, New York)

"Allusions in the Last Part of Gunnar Ekelof's En Molna Elegy" (with translation excerpts by Muriel Rukeyser and Leif Sjoberg). 40.2 (1965): 132-63.

"Two Quotations in Ekelof's Absentia Animi." 44.1 (1969): 45-60.

"Delblanc's Homunculus: Some Magical Moments." 49.1 (1974): 105-24.

Grey City Journal (Chicago)

"Doctoring Words." (July 8, 1988): 14-6.

The Literary Review (Fairleigh Dickenson University, New Jersey)

Gunnar Ekelof: From A Molna Elegy. Trans. Muriel Rukeyser and Leif Sjoberg. Sweden Number. [Richard Vowles, Guest Editor.] 9.2 (1965/1966): 183-6.

The Little Magazine (New York)

Johannes Edfelt: "The Painter"; "Summer Organ." Trans. W.H. Auden and Leif Sjoberg. 7.3 (1973): 17.

Metamorphoses (Amherst/Northampton, Massachusetts)

"Interview with Professor Leif Sjoberg." By Eva Claeson 2.1 (1994): 35-7.

Special Issue on Swedish Literature. 8.1 (2000).

Ove Allansson: "The Mutineer." Trans. Leif Sjoberg. 20-38.

Sara Lidman: "The Bear Girl?' Trans. and introduced by Leif Sjoberg, with Stephen Klass. 49-62.

Harry Martinson: "Excerpts from Aniara." Trans. Leif Sjoberg and Stephen Klass. 110-29.

The Michigan Quarterly Review (Ann Arbor, MI)

"The Later Poems of Gunnar Ekelof: Diwan and Fatumah." 9.2 (1970): 104.

Erik Lindegren: "The Rain" "The Suit K." Trans. Leif Sjoberg and W.H. Auden. 11.4 (1972): 282-5.

Par Lagerkvist: "Poems." Trans. W.H. Auden and Leif Sjoberg. 13.2 (1974): 138-9.

The Minnesota Review (University of Wisconsin, Madison [until 1973])

Gunnar Ekelof. "Alone at Night." Trans. Muriel Rukeyser and Leif Sjoberg. 8.3-4 (1967): 281.

Modern Poetry in Translation (London)

"Gunnar Ekelof: Poems." Trans. by Muriel Rukeyser and Leif Sjoberg. Introduction by Leif Sjoberg. 3 (1967): 3-6.

New Directions (New York)

Arthur Lundkvist: "Eight Poems." Trans. Leif Sjoberg and W.H. Auden. 29 (1974): 164-71.

New Statesman (London)

Harry Martinson: "The World Clock." Trans. W.H. Auden and Leif Sjoberg. 84.2:175 (1972): 773.

New York Review of Books (New York)

Gunnar Ekelof: "Poems." Trans. W.H. Auden and Leif Sjoberg. 13.9 (1969).

Nimrod Literary Magazine (University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK)

Tomas Transtromer: "Siesta"; "The Four Temperaments," Trans. Leif Sjoberg and May Swenson. 17.1 (1972): 3-4.

Par Lagerkvist: "Slave Market"; portion of "Salvation Army"; "It was in vain." Trans. Leif Sjoberg and W.H. Auden. 18.2 (1974): 4-7.

Norden (New York)

Ann-Madeleine Gelotte: Grandmother's Childhood in Swedish Lapland (Ida Maria fran Arfliden). 1987. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 91.32 (1987): 8.

Nordisk Tidende (Brooklyn)

Oyvind Gjerde. "Books Make Good Ambassadors: Leif Sjoberg Continues the Twayne Scandinavian Authors Series." 91.12 (1981): 2.

Nordstjernan [The North Star] (New York)

"On Eyvind Johnson's Latest Novel." 102.40 (1974): 3.

"Harry Martinson and The Road" 103.3 (1975): 3, 12.

"Martinson, Ekelof, Transtromer: Bly's Translations." 103.21 (1975): 3.

"More Swedish Poetry in Translation." 103.35 (1975): 4.

"Lars Gustafsson's Poems in Translation." 103.38 (1975): 3.

"Kjell Sundberg, the Novelist." 105.16 (1977): 3, 8.

"Books Abroad 200." 105.16 (1977): 3, 7.

"Augustin Mannerheim, Poet." 105.18 (1977): 3, 9.

"On Walter Johnson's Translations of Strindberg." 106 (February 16, 1977): 3.

"Sven Delblanc: Swedish Authors IV." 107 (December 21, 1978).

"Lars Gyllensten: Swedish Academy Secretary: A Collage." 108 (April 19, 1979): 3, 4, 15. (Special Issue)

"Doctors as Authors: A Conversation with the Novelist P.C. Jersild." 110 (December 11, 1981).

"On the Life and Letters of Harry Martinson." Part I: 112.28 (1984): 3, 12; Part 2: 112.29 (1984): 2-4.

"On the Life and Letters of Eyvind Johnson." Part 1: 112.33 (1984): 2. Part 2: 112.34 (1984): 2.

"Lawrence F. Wahlstrom and the Midwest Institute of Scandinavian Culture." 113.31 (1985): 3.

"Werner Aspenstrom's Fragmentarium." (May 5, 1988): 3.

"Johannes Edfelt and Nelly Sachs." (April 20, 1989): 3.

"Johannes Edfelt: `Between Tradition and Modernism.'" (April 27, 1989): 3, 15.

"How pleasant to meet Mr. Ekelof! Selected Letters 1916-68. Commented Edition. Ed. Carl Olov Sommar." Review by Leif Sjoberg. (September 14, 1989): 3, 5.

"A retrospective selection of poems in English by Werner Aspenstrom." (September 7, 1989): 3, 15.

"Sara Lidman, Missentrask." (October 18, 1990): 3, 15.

"Distinguished Swedish Scholar Leif Sjoberg Dead at 74." by Verne Moberg. (January 25, 2001): 3, 10.

Pequod (New York University, New York)

Johannes Edfelt: "Autumnal Journey," "This is You." Trans. David Ignatow and Leif Sjoberg. 26 (1989): 26-7.

Poetry East (New York and Charlottesville, VA)

Swedish Poetry Feature. (Tomas Transtromer, Harry Martinson, and Osten Sjostrand) Introductions by Leif Sjoberg. Trans. W.H. Auden and Leif Sjoberg. Revised by William Jay Smith and Leif Sjoberg. 1 (1980): 6; 348; 42-5. "Conversation between Osten Sjostrand and Leif Sjoberg NYC." (1979): 46-53.

Arthur Lundkvist: "Stairway." Trans. William Jay Smith and Leif Sjoberg. 4-5 (1981): 218-25.

"The Poet as Translator: Robert Bly and Scandinavian Poetry." 4-5 (1981): 218-25.

Practices of the Wind (Kalamazoo, MI)

Harry Martinson: "Eight Poems." Trans. by William Jay Smith and Leif Sjoberg. 1981-83 (combined issues): 15, 16, 79, 85, 136, 172, 252, 261.

Prism International (University of British Columbia, Victoria, BC)

Par Lagerkvist: "Eight Poems." Trans. W.H. Auden and Leif Sjoberg. 12.1 (1972) 136-8.

Lars Forssell: "Nijinskij." Trans. Leif Sjoberg and Michael Hamburger. 12.1 (1972): 140-1.

Scandinavian-American Bulletin (Brooklyn, NY)

Eric J. Friis. "Scandinavian of the Month: Professor Leif Sjoberg." 24.3 (1979): 1-3.

Scandinavian Review [American Scandinavian Review from 1913-73] (New York)

August Strindberg. Three Plays. Trans. Peter Watts. London: Penguin Books, 1958. Pp. 175. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 52.2 (1964): 216-8.

--. Seven Plays. Trans. Arvid Paulson. New York: Bantam Books, 1960. Pp. 342. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 52.2 (1964): 216-8.

--. Five Plays. Trans. Elizabeth Sprigge. New York: Anchor Books, 1960, Pp. 351. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 52.2 (1964): 216-8.

"Gunnar Ekelof: Poet and Outsider." 53.2 (1965): 140-6.

"Lars Gyllensten: Master of Arts and Science." 55.2 (1967): 158-62.

"Eyvind Johnson" 56.4 (1968): 369-78.

"Werner Aspenstrom: A Writer for All Seasons." 57.4 (1969): 385-92.

"Per Olof Sundman and the Uses of Reality." 59.2 (1971): 145-54.

"The Poetry of Tomas Transtromer." 60.1 (1972): 37-42.

"Harry Martinson: Writer in Quest of Harmony." 60.4 (1972): 360-71.

Friends, You Drank Some Darkness: Harry Martinson, Gunnar Ekelof, and Tomas Transtromer. Boston: Beacon Press, 1975. Chosen and trans. by Robert Bly. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 64.2 (1976): 68-71.

"After These Epiphanies ..." Interview with Osten Sjostrand. 68.1 (1980): 30-6.

"Eight Poems by Harry Martinson." From Tuvor. 1973. Trans. William Jay Smith and Leif Sjoberg. 69.2 (1981): 58-67.

"W.H. Auden and the Swedish Connection: Recollections from a Collaboration." 70.4 (1982): 91-5.

"Ten Poems by Harry Martinson." Trans. Leif Sjoberg and William Jay Smith. 71.1 (1983): 63-72.

"On the Thirtieth Anniversary of Aniara: The Visions of Harry Martinson." 74.4 (1986): 41-8.

"The Architecture of a Poetic Victory: Tomas Transtromer's Rise to International Pre-Eminence." 78.2 (1990): 87-92.

Scandinavian Studies (Brigham Young University, Provo, UT)

"Gunnar Ekelof's Tag och skriv: A Reader's Commentary." 35.4 (1963): 307-20.

"Allusions in the First Part of Ekelof's En Molna elegi." 37.4 (1965): 293-331, with translation excerpts by Muriel Rukeyser and Leif Sjoberg.

"Note on Poems by Gunnar Ekelof." 39.2 (1967): 147-52.

"Wladimir den Store: Some Observations?" 40.4 (1968): 303-9.

"Lars Englund and Some Themes in His Poetry." 42.2 (1970): 109-27.

Reidar Ekner. Ekelof: En bibliografi. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 43.2 (1971): 210-3.

Werner Aspenstrom. Skal. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 43.3 (1971): 304-7.

Goran Printz Pahlson. Atta dikter. (Folder.) Review by Leif Sjoberg. 44.2 (1972): 282-3.

Eyvind Johnson. 2914. Trans. Mary Sandbach. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 45.1 (1973): 83-5.

Marc Pachter and Frances Wein, eds. Abroad in America: Visitors to the New Nation 1776-1964. Reading, MA: National Portrait Gallery and Addison-Wesley. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 49.1 (1977): 115-7.

Erik G. Thygesen. "Gunnar Ekelof's Open Form Poem: Molna Elegy, Problems of Genesis, Structure and Influence." (Diss. Uppsala, 1985). Review by Leif Sjoberg. 59.4 (1987): 466-9.

"Commentary: Books by Werner Aspenstrom, 1986-877." Review article by Leif Sjoberg. 62.4 (1990): 469-4.

"Acta Poetae: Gunnar Ekelof." Review of Carl Olov Sommar. Gunnar Ekelof: En biografi and Gunnar Ekelof: Brev 1916-1968. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 63.4 (1991): 476-82.

Scandinavica (University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK)

"Two Poems by Gunnar Ekelof." 5.2 (1966): 126-30.

Sewanee Review (University of the South, Sewanee, TN)

Werner Aspenstrom. "`The World Tree': Harry Martinson: Four Poems?' Trans. Leif Sjoberg and W.H. Auden. 82.4 (1974): 682-4.

Shenandoah (Lexington, KY)

Johannes Edfeldt: "Six Prose Poems." Trans. Leif Sjoberg and W.H. Auden. 25.1 (1974-): 41-4.

Stand (Newcastle-on-Tyne, UK)

Artur Lundkvist: "A Love of Wood"; Harry Martinson: "The Cable Ship." Trans. Leif Sjoberg and W.H. Auden. 15.4: 28, 70.

Sweden Now (Swedish Reviewers' Press Ltd., Stockholm)

"Author's Sentimental Corner: Harry Martinson's Collections." 7:2 (1973): 46-9.

"Literally Leif." by Verne Moberg. 22.5 (1988): 30-2.

Swedish-American Historical Quarterly [Swedish Pioneer Historical Quarterly from 1950-1981] (Chicago, Illinois)

"Arthur Landfors: Poet in Sharon, Massachusetts." 22.4 (1971): 183-94.

"Arthur Landfors in Retrospect." 25.2 (1974): 141-4.

Swedish Book Review (Lampeter, UK)

"Leif Sjoberg Talks to P.C. Jersild about Forfattarforlaget." (1983): 141-2.

"A Conversation with P.C. Jersild." 1983 Supplement: 12-4.

Kjell Hjern: "A Wry Poem." Trans. Leif Sjoberg and William Jay Smith. 1 (1984): 39.

Folke Isaksson. "Poems." Trans. Leif Sjoberg and Stephen Klass. 2 (1989): 44-67.

"Johannes Edfelt: An Introduction to the Man and his Poetry" 1989 Supplement. Pp. 44. Prose poems and lyric poems translated by W.H. Auden, Robin Fulton, David Ignatow, Stephen Klass, and Leif Sjoberg.

Texas Quarterly [Published 1958-1978]

Werner Aspenstrom: "Before Christ, After Christ" and "Eagles are Sent Against Eagles." Trans. W.H. Auden and Leif Sjoberg. 16.3 (1973): 114-5.

Thunder Mountain Review (Birmingham, AL)

Folke Isaksson: "Eurydice Snatched Away." Trans. William Jay Smith and Leif Sjoberg. 2.1-2 (1982): 26.

Times Literary Supplement (London)

Tomas Transtromer: "Secrets on the Way." Trans. May Swenson and Leif Sjoberg. (Sept. 10, 1971): 1094.

Tulane Drama Review (Tulane University, New Orleans, LA)

A Special Issue on Modern Theatre in Sweden

Werner Aspenstrom. "A Short Discourse on Short Plays"; The Apes Shall Inherit the Earth; The Poet and the Emperor. Trans. Leif Sjoberg and Randolph Goodman. 6.2 (1961): 90-116.

Ingmar Bergman. Wood Painting: A Morality Play. Trans. Leif Sjoberg and Randolph Goodman. 6.2 (1961): 140-52.

Upstart (Barnard College and Columbia University, New York)

"W.H. Auden: A Sketch." 1978: 16-18.

World Literature Today (University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK)

Goran Sonnevi. Det omojliga. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 51.1 (1977): 109.

"Lars Gyllensten: Scientist Turned Novelist." 55.2 (1981): 221-8.

Johannes Edfeldt. Ekolodning: Dikter fran sex decennier. Review by Leif Sjoberg. 60.4. (1986): 645-6.

Werner Aspenstrom. Det roda molnet. Drommar och dromlikt ur "De svarta bockerna." Review by Leif Sjoberg. 61.4 (1987): 644.

"The Swedishness of Tomas Transtromer." (With Lasse Soderberg) 64.4. (1990): 573-6.

Twayne World Authors Scandinavian Series

1968. Birgitta Steene. Ingmar Bergman

1969. Glyn W. Jones. Johannes Jorgensen.

1970. Kenneth Chapman. Tarjei Vesaas.

1971. Henning Fenger. The Heibergs. (Trans. Frederick J. Marker.)

1971. Peter Hallberg. Halldor Laxness.

1971. Inge Jonsson. Emanuel Swedenborg

1972. Gavin Orton. Eyvind Johnson.

1973-74. Modern Nordic Plays. (5 vols.)

1973. Marlene Ciklamini. Snorri Sturluson.

1973. Robert D. Spector. Par Lagerkvist.

1973. Leif Sjoberg. A Reader's Guide to the Molna Elegy.

1974. Staffan Bergsten. Osten Sjostrand.

1974. Randi Birn. Johan Borgen.

1974. Glyn W. Jones. William Heinesen.

1975. Erik Hj. Linder. Hjalmar Rergman. (Trans. Catherine Djouklov.)

1976. Faith and Niels Ingwersen. Martin A. Hausen.

1976. Brita K. Stendahl. Soren Kierkegaard.

1977. Torborg Lundell. Lars Ahlin.

1977. Bertil Rornberg. C.J.L. Almqvist. (Trans. S. Liden.)

1978. Walter Johnson. August Strindberg.

1980. Bo Gronbech. Hans Christian Andersen.

1980. Niels Lyhne Jensen. Jens Peter Jacobsen.

1980. Philip Holmes. Vilhelm Moberg.

1980. Tore Wreto. J.L. Runeberg.

1982. Karin Petherick. Per Gunnar Evander.

1982. Hans Isaksson. Lars Gyllensten.

1982. Mary Kay Norseng. Sigbjorn Obstfelder.

1983. Laurie Thompson. Stig Dagerman.

1984. Vivi Edstrom. Selma Lagerlof.

1984. Glyn W. Jones. Tove Jansson.

1984. Harald S. Naess. Knut Hamsun.

[Thereafter Greenwood Press Study of World Literature Series, Westport, CT]

1984. Ross Shideler. Per Olov Enquist.

1984. Lass Warme. Per Olof Sundman.

1984. George C. Schoolfield. Edith Sodergran.

1985. George C. Schoolfield. Elmer Diktonius.

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