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Elin Wägner (1882–1949)

Elin Wägner was born on May 16, 1882 in Lund, Sweden as Elin Matilda Elisabeth Wägner. She was a writer and actress, known for Hon fick platsen (1911), The Nurtull Gang (1923) and Youth (1927). She was married to John Landquist. She died on January 7, 1949 in Lund, Skåne län, Sweden. See full bio »

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Youth Writer
Efterlyst Writer


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 1974 Kvarteret Oron (TV Mini-Series) (novel - 5 episodes)
- Valet (1974) ... (novel)
- Gomorron systrar (1974) ... (novel)
- Som gentleman till gentleman (1974) ... (novel)
- En käpp i hjulet (1974) ... (novel)
- Ett överraskande bud (1974) ... (novel)
 1967 Tone Bengtssons litteraturhistoria (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Elin Wägner (1967) ... (writer)
 1946 Åsa-Hanna (book)
 1944 Vändkorset (novel)
 1939 Efterlyst (writer)
 1927 Youth
 1923 The Nurtull Gang (novel)
 1912 Systrarna (Short)
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 1911 Hon fick platsen
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 1967 Tone Bengtssons litteraturhistoria (TV Series)
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- Elin Wägner (1967) ... Author / Journalist

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Elin's husband, John Landquist (1881-1974), was a literary critic and professor of pedagogy and psychology in Lund. After they separated, in 1938 he married Solveig Landquist (b. 1910), who published the book _Den Goda Viljan: Ett Liv Med John Landquist_ (A good will: a life with John Landquist). See more »

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