A. H. Tammsaare in Estonian literature
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Published by Periodika Pub. House in Tallinn .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Tammsaare, A. H. 1878-1940 -- Criticism and interpretation.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 113-[119]

Statementby E. Siirak ; [translated by Oleg Mutt].
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPH665.T33 Z9175
The Physical Object
Pagination118, [1] p., [16] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages118
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4505903M
LC Control Number79351002

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Anton Hansen-Tammsaare is the grand old man of Estonian literature, and without doubt Estonia’s most famous writer. He was able to enshrine something deeply humane, binding the nation together with its land, writing the ambivalent myth of the nation to be re-read, interpreted and staged over and over. Leading off the book is a preface by Tammsaare, in which he claims to merely be the manuscript’s print editor, while the actual author is “an unknown young man”. This modernist take sparked a great furor when the novel was published and caused confusion. After Estonian independence in , he moved to Tallinn where he married and started writing the works which would ensure his fame in Estonian literature. A. H. Tammsaare Writer Anton Hansen Tammsaare Anton Hansen Tammsaare Apartment-Museum are Muuseum Kadriorus.   Tammsaare's Truth and Justice Translated from Estonian to English by Inna Feldbach and Alan Peter Trei Truth and Justice, written in , is considered to be Tammsaare’s most famous work, and one of the foundational works in Estonian : Anton H. Tammsaare.

A. H. Tammsaare (/ I – 1. III , sometimes referred to as Anton Hansen Tammsaare, real name Anton Hansen) was a prose writer, dramatist, and essayist. His epic pentalogy of novels Tõde ja õigus (‘Truth and Justice’) is one of the defining works of Estonian literature. Books In anthologies and magazines Books. Books This page contains bibliographical information about articles on Estonian writers. U. H. Tammsaare, Retour a la Terre-du-Voleur: roman esthonien. An Introduction to Estonian Literature. Translated and edited by Hilary Bird. Bloomington, Ind.: Slavica, , xv+ pp. ['Armastus', a.   The remaining books of this classic pentalogy still need to be translated to English. I. A version of this story originally appeared in Cynthia Haven’s blog, The Book Haven. The first book of Truth and Justice is expected to be published in May by Haute Culture Books. Cover photo: Anton Hansen Tammsaare’s former farm house in : Lisa Trei. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store.

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