Trygve Emanuel Gulbranssen (15 juin 1894, Kristiania, Norvège - 10 octobre 1962, Eidsberg) est un écrivain, journaliste et homme d'affaires norvégien.Il est connu pour ses trois livres, qui ont été vendus à plus de 12 millions d'exemplaires et qui ont été traduits dans plus de 30 langues.

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  • Trygve Emanuel Gulbranssen (15 juin 1894, Kristiania, Norvège - 10 octobre 1962, Eidsberg) est un écrivain, journaliste et homme d'affaires norvégien.Il est connu pour ses trois livres, qui ont été vendus à plus de 12 millions d'exemplaires et qui ont été traduits dans plus de 30 langues.
  • Trygve Emanuel Gulbranssen (ur. 15 czerwca 1894 w Oslo, zm. 10 października 1962 w Eidsberg) – norweski pisarz.Trygve Gulbranssen zadebiutował w 1933 roku powieścią A lasy wiecznie śpiewają, która została przetłumaczona na trzydzieści języków i sprzedana w ponad 12 milionach egzemplarzy.
  • Trygve Emanuel Gulbranssen, nacido Trygve Emanuel Gulbrandsen el 15 de junio de 1894, en el municipio de Kristiania, Noruega, y fallecido el 10 de octubre de 1962, fue un escritor noruego.
  • Trygve Emanuel Gulbranssen (baptized Trygve Emanuel Gulbrandsen; 15 June 1894 – 10 October 1962) was a Norwegian novelist, businessman and journalist.Gulbranssen is best known for writing the Bjørndal Trilogy - Og bakom synger skogene (1933), published in English as Beyond Sing the Woods; and Det blåser fra Dauingfjell (1934) and Ingen vei går utenom (1935), collectively translated under the English title The Wind from the Mountains. His books were well received by critics and readers alike, and they have been translated into over 30 languages and sold more than 12 million copies. At one point prior to the outbreak of World War II, the popularity of the Trilogy made Gulbrandsen the fourth-bestselling author worldwide, and the success of the American editions of his work secured for him the distinction of being the only Scandinavian author of fiction to be included in the prestigious List of Books Chosen for the White House - a collection of works of literature selected by U.S. publishers and presented to the White House in order to provide the president with a library of the very best in contemporary literature. His novels were later adapted for film, though he was disappointed with the results.He was also well known as a sports journalist, writing primarily for the magazine Idrætsliv (Sports Life), which he produced together with Peder Christian Andersen and Einar Staff. He wrote many of his most famous and characteristic articles as a correspondent for Idrætsliv and Aftenposten during the Summer Olympics in the years between 1920 and 1936. He took a particular interest in track and field and sought to promote it as a sports manager for many years. He is also regarded - together with Nils Dahl - as the first person to have introduced orienteering to Norway.Gulbranssen’s primary profession was tobacconist; in association with his business partners he imported tobacco, cigars, cigarettes, pipes, and other items. The wholesale business he was a member of became the largest of its type in Norway under his leadership. He was a respected business man both inside and outside of Norway’s borders, and he established many lifelong friendships during the course of his business trips around Europe.In 1940, Gulbranssen moved with his family to a farm in Eidsberg, allowing him to realize his dream of being a farmer, and even though he did not personally participate in the daily chores, he invested a great deal of effort in the planning and management of the enterprise. Although he was a newcomer to the district, he did not isolate himself on the farm, and he maintained a good relationship with his neighbors. In 1955 he helped found the Mysen Rotary Club, where he actively participated as a charter member until his death in 1962.
  • Trygve Emanuel Gulbranssen (Oslo, 15 juni 1894 – Eidsberg, 10 oktober 1962) was een Noors romanschrijver.Gulbranssens beroemdste werk is de trilogie Het geslacht Bjørndal, bestaande uit En eeuwig zingen de bossen (1933), Winden waaien om de rotsen (1934) en De weg tot elkander (1935), waarin hij het Noorse plattelandsleven in de periode 1760-1810 beschrijft. Gulbranssen heeft over het algemeen niet veel op met de hogere standen en die worden ook stevig en met humor op de hak genomen.
  • Trygve Emanuel Gulbranssen (* 15. Juni 1894 in Kristiania; † 10. Oktober 1962 in Eidsberg) war ein norwegischer Schriftsteller.
  • Trygve Emanuel Gulbranssen (Oslo, Noruega, 15 de junho de 1894 – Eidsberg, Noruega, 10 de outubro de 1962) foi um escritor norueguês.
  • Trygve Emanuel Gulbranssen (15. června 1894, Oslo - 10. října 1962, Eidsberg) byl norský spisovatel a novinář. Aktivně pracoval v norském sportovním hnutí a zaměřil se na sportovní činnost mládeže. Světové proslulosti získal románovou trilogií Věčně zpívají lesy (1933, Og bakom synger skogene), Vane vítr z hor (1934 Det blåser fra Dauingfjell) a Není jiné cesty (1935, Ingen vei går utenom). Jedná se o rodovou ságu z drsného norského selského prostředí. Romanticky v ní ale líčí severskou přírodu v kontrastu s tvrdým životem i vztahy venkovských Seveřanů.
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  • Trygve Emanuel Gulbranssen (15 juin 1894, Kristiania, Norvège - 10 octobre 1962, Eidsberg) est un écrivain, journaliste et homme d'affaires norvégien.Il est connu pour ses trois livres, qui ont été vendus à plus de 12 millions d'exemplaires et qui ont été traduits dans plus de 30 langues.
  • Trygve Emanuel Gulbranssen (ur. 15 czerwca 1894 w Oslo, zm. 10 października 1962 w Eidsberg) – norweski pisarz.Trygve Gulbranssen zadebiutował w 1933 roku powieścią A lasy wiecznie śpiewają, która została przetłumaczona na trzydzieści języków i sprzedana w ponad 12 milionach egzemplarzy.
  • Trygve Emanuel Gulbranssen, nacido Trygve Emanuel Gulbrandsen el 15 de junio de 1894, en el municipio de Kristiania, Noruega, y fallecido el 10 de octubre de 1962, fue un escritor noruego.
  • Trygve Emanuel Gulbranssen (Oslo, 15 juni 1894 – Eidsberg, 10 oktober 1962) was een Noors romanschrijver.Gulbranssens beroemdste werk is de trilogie Het geslacht Bjørndal, bestaande uit En eeuwig zingen de bossen (1933), Winden waaien om de rotsen (1934) en De weg tot elkander (1935), waarin hij het Noorse plattelandsleven in de periode 1760-1810 beschrijft. Gulbranssen heeft over het algemeen niet veel op met de hogere standen en die worden ook stevig en met humor op de hak genomen.
  • Trygve Emanuel Gulbranssen (* 15. Juni 1894 in Kristiania; † 10. Oktober 1962 in Eidsberg) war ein norwegischer Schriftsteller.
  • Trygve Emanuel Gulbranssen (Oslo, Noruega, 15 de junho de 1894 – Eidsberg, Noruega, 10 de outubro de 1962) foi um escritor norueguês.
  • Trygve Emanuel Gulbranssen (baptized Trygve Emanuel Gulbrandsen; 15 June 1894 – 10 October 1962) was a Norwegian novelist, businessman and journalist.Gulbranssen is best known for writing the Bjørndal Trilogy - Og bakom synger skogene (1933), published in English as Beyond Sing the Woods; and Det blåser fra Dauingfjell (1934) and Ingen vei går utenom (1935), collectively translated under the English title The Wind from the Mountains.
  • Trygve Emanuel Gulbranssen (15. června 1894, Oslo - 10. října 1962, Eidsberg) byl norský spisovatel a novinář. Aktivně pracoval v norském sportovním hnutí a zaměřil se na sportovní činnost mládeže. Světové proslulosti získal románovou trilogií Věčně zpívají lesy (1933, Og bakom synger skogene), Vane vítr z hor (1934 Det blåser fra Dauingfjell) a Není jiné cesty (1935, Ingen vei går utenom). Jedná se o rodovou ságu z drsného norského selského prostředí.
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