Edited by Olga Anastasia Pelensky
This historical overview of criticism of the famous Danish writer is the first such collection available in English.
Gender Studies · Literature · European Literature · Literary Criticism · Women’s Studies
The Life and Imagination of a Seducer
By Olga Anastasia Pelensky
Born into a Victorian Danish family, Karen Christentze Dinesen married her second cousin, a high-spirited and philandering baron, and moved to Kenya where she ran a coffee plantation, painted, and wrote. She later returned to Denmark, lived through the German occupation during World War II, and became a pivotal figure in Heretica, a major literary movement that flourished in Denmark after the war. By the time of her death, Dinesen was an international figure.
Biography, Literary Figures · Biography & Autobiography | Women · Literature · Denmark