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Works of Nobel literature winner Transtromer
A partial list of works by Swedish poet Tomas Transtromer, winner of the 2011 Nobel Prize in literature:
Works in English, translated from Swedish:
"Twenty Poems" (1970)
"Night Vision" (1972)
"Windows & Stones" (1972)
"Elegy; Some October" (1973)
"How the Late Autumn Night Novel Begins" (1980)
"Truth Barriers: Poems" (1980)
"Selected Poems" (1981)
"The Wild Marketplace" (1985)
"The Blue House (equals) Det bla huset" (1987)
"For the Living and the Dead" (1994)
"The Deleted World" (2006)
"The Great Enigma" (2006)
"The Sorrow Gondola (equals) Sorgegondolen" (2010)
Works in Swedish:
"17 dikter" (1954"
"Hemligheter pa vagen" (1958)
"Den halvfardiga himlen" (1962)
"Klanger och spar" (1966)
"Det vilda torget" (1983)
"For levande och doda" (1989)
"Fangelse: nio haikudikter fran Hallby ungdomsfangelse (1959)" (2001)
"Den stora gatan" (2004)
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