the Robber's Daughter, and, the Brothers Lionheart. Lindgren was the daughter of Samuel August Ericsson (18751969) and Hanna Jonsson (18791961). Astrid Lindgren: The Woman Behind Pippi Longstocking. Up until 1997 a total of 3,000 editions of her books had been issued internationally, 15 and globally her books had sold a total of 150 million copies. New Haven: Yale University Press. 7 8 (Sixteen books written by Astrid Lindgren made the Children's Book and Picture Book longlist, 19561975, but only Mio, My Son won a prize in its category.) 9 In 1958 Lindgren received the second Hans Christian Andersen Medal for Rasmus på luffen ( Rasmus.
Oetinger, Hamburg 2001 isbn Astrid Surmatz: Pippi Långstrump als Paradigma. 16 Many of her books have been translated into English by the translator Joan Tate. Vi bygger också nytt kulturhus samt inför cross som idrottsinriktning på gymnasiet. She had a relationship with the chief editor, who was married and a father, and who eventually proposed marriage in 1926 after she became pregnant. Alla dessa världar är skapelser av Astrid Lindgren den mest lästa barnboksförfattaren i världen. This was to be known as the " Pomperipossa effect from a story she published in Expressen on, 17 entitled Pomperipossa in Monismania, attacking the government and its taxation policies.
Die cyklar i Göteborg deutsche Rezeption Astrid Lindgrens und ihr internationaler Kontext. "Astrid Lindgren timeline, 197476". 24 The name of the Swedish microsatellite Astrid 1, launched on, was originally selected only as a common Swedish female name, but within a short time it was decided to name the instruments after characters in Astrid Lindgren's books: pippi (Prelude in Planetary Particle Imaging. Die Lebensgeschichte der Astrid Lindgren. The Hans Christian Andersen Awards. Stockholm, Rabén Sjögren, 1977.