Samuel August från Sevedstorp och Hanna i Hult

    Samuel August från Sevedstorp och Hanna i Hult

    Author:Astrid Lindgren
    Publisher:Rabén & Sjögren

    ""It's a love story that holds more love than I've ever read in books." Astrid Lindgren tells about her parents Samuel August and Hanna. She also tells about her Småland childhood in a now vanished world, about the fairy tales she heard in Kristin's kitchen. And her book ends as it began, with a love story. It is almost as beautiful and concerning like the one about Samuel August in Sevedstorp and Hanna in Hult, but here it is about Luise Mejer and Heinrich Christian Boie who lived in Germany in the 18th century.The anthology contains the following texts:Samuel August from Sevedstorp and Hanna in HultRemembering...It started in Kristin's kitchenSmall conversation with a future children's book authorDoes the book have a future?Are there different trees?Andrew Peterson - a Swedish pioneer in AmericaLuise Justine Mejer - a love story from 18th century Germany"

    Astrid Lindgren A love story (Swedish)

    Astrid Lindgren A love story (Swedish)

    Astrid Lindgren

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