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  1. Harry Edmund Martinson (Jämshög, 6 de mayo de 1904-Estocolmo, 11 de febrero de 1978) fue un escritor y poeta sueco. Recibió, compartido con su compatriota Eyvind Johnson, el Premio Nobel de literatura en 1974 por una obra poética capaz de abarcar desde una gota de rocío a todo el universo.

    • Harry Edmund Martinson
    • 11 de febrero de 1978 o 1978, Estocolmo (Suecia)
    • Cementerio de Silverdals
    • 6 de mayo de 1904 o 1904, Jämshög church parish (Suecia)
  2. Harry Martinson (6 May 1904 – 11 February 1978) was a Swedish writer, poet and former sailor. In 1949 he was elected into the Swedish Academy. He was awarded a joint Nobel Prize in Literature in 1974 together with fellow Swede Eyvind Johnson "for writings that catch the dewdrop and reflect the cosmos". [1]

    • 11 February 1978 (aged 73), Stockholm, Sweden
  3. Harry Martinson. (Jämshög, 1904 - Sollentuna, 1978) Poeta y novelista sueco, uno de los poetas más originales de su país en el siglo XX, que perteneció a la corriente de los llamados "escritores proletarios" suecos. Tras enviudar, su madre emigró a América en 1910, dejando a sus hijos en Suecia, donde el pequeño Harry vivió en varios ...

  4. Biografía de Harry Martinson Quedó huérfano de padre con seis años y su madre marchó a Estados Unidos, abandonándole. Fue adoptado por diferentes familias, viviendo una infancia y juventud de trabajos duros y maltratos.

  5. 26 de mar. de 2024 · Harry Martinson (born May 6, 1904, Jämshög, Swed.—died Feb. 11, 1978, Stockholm) was a Swedish novelist and poet who was the first self-taught, working-class writer to be elected to the Swedish Academy (1949). With Eyvind Johnson he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1974.

    • The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica
  6. Harry Martinson Biographical . H arry Martinson was born at Jämshög in 1904. He was left an orphan at an early age, and after a chequered childhood, in which the children’s homes and institutions were as numerous as the escapes, he went to sea at the age of sixteen, spending six years of his life on board various ships and as a workman in foreign countries.

  7. Harry Martinson The Nobel Prize in Literature 1974 . Born: 6 May 1904, Jämshög, Sweden . Died: 11 February 1978, Stockholm, Sweden . Residence at the time of the award: Sweden . Prize motivation: “for writings that catch the dewdrop and reflect the cosmos” Language: Swedish . Prize share: 1/2