FINLAND, bibliography

FINLAND, bibliography
Bibliographic Resources Screen, J. E. G. Finland. World Bibliographical Series 31. Oxford: Clio, 1981. Literary History and Criticism Ahokas, Jaakko A. A History of Finnish Literature. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1973. Andersson, Claes. "Disillusions: The Problems of Evil in New Finnish Writing." Books from Finland (1987): 80-83. Apo, Satu. "A Singing Scribe or a Nationalist Author? The Making of the Kalevala as Described by Elias Lönnrot." FF Network 25 (2003): 3-12. Dana, Kathleen Osgood. "Sami Literature in the Twentieth Century." WorldLitera-ture Today 71 (1997): 23-28. DuBois, Thomas A. "From Maria to Marjatta: The Transformation of an Oral Poem in Elias Lonnrot's Kalevala.' Oral Tradition 8 (1993): 247-88. Hatavara, Mari. "History, the Historical Novel and Nation: The First Finnish Historical Novels as National Narrative." Neophilologus 86, no. 1 (January 2002): 1-15. Hulden, Lars. "Swedish Poetry in Finland on the Threshold of the Eighties." World Literature Today 54 (1980): 47-50. Ingstrom, Pia. "Boom Time for the Finland-Swedish Novel." Swedish Book Review Supplement (1992): 48-53. Kalevala, 1835-1985: The National Epic of Finland. Helsinki: Helsinki University Library, 1985. Laitinen, Kai. "The Finnish War Novel." World Literature Today 58(1984): 31-35. . Literature of Finland: An Outline. Helsinki: Otava, 1994. Makkonen, Anna. "Postmodernism in Finland." In International Postmodernism: Theory and Literary Practice, ed. Hans Bertens, Douwe Fokkema, and Mario J. Valdes. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Benjamins, 1997. Minninen, Merja, and Paivi Setala, eds. The Lady with the Bow: The Story of Finnish Women. Helsinki: Otava, 1990. Petherick, Karin. "Four Finland-Swedish Prose Modernists: Aspects of the Work of Hagar Olsson, Henry Parland, Elmer Diktonius and Rabbe Enckell." Scandinavica 15 (1976): 45-62. Rantavaara, Irma. "A Nation in Search of Identity: Finnish Literature, 1830-1917." In Literature and Western Civilization 5: The Modern World 2: Realities, ed. David Daiches and Anthony Thorlby. London: Aldus, 1972. Schoolfield, George C., ed. A History of Finland's Literature. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1998. . "The Postwar Novel of Swedish Finland." Scandinavian Studies 34 (1962): 85-110. . "Some Reflections on Finland's Literature." Books from Finland 6, no. 3 (1972): 2-7. Shavit, Zohar. Poetics of Children's Literature. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1986. Simonsuuri, Kirsti. "From Orality to Modernity: Aspects of Finnish Poetry in the Twentieth Century." World Literature Today 63 (1989): 52-54. Varpio, Yrjo. The History of Finnish Literary Criticism, 1828-1918. Tampere, Finland: Societas Scintiarum Fennica, 1990. Wrede, Johan. "The Birth of Finland-Swedish Modernism: A Study in the Social Dynamics of Ideas." Scandinavica 15 (1976): 73-103. Select Bibliography for Specific Writers Juhani Aho Alanen, Antti. "Aho and Stiller." Film History: An International Journal 13, no. 1 (2001): 65-70. Minna Canth Lassila, Pertti. "The Power of the Powerless." Books from Finland 2 (1994): 105-6. Bo Carpelan Westo, Martin. "Fruits of Reading." Books from Finland 4 (1998): 272-76. Walentin Chorell Salminen, Johannes. "Walentin Chorell: An Appreciation." American Scandinavian Review 56 (1968): 136-39. Warburton, Thomas. "Literary Portraits: Walentin Chorell." Books from Finland 3, no. 3 (1969): 11-12. Elmer Diktonius Larsson, Jorgen. "Two Poems, Two Kinds of Rhythm, Two Kinds of Wind." Language and Literature 21 (1996): 65-94. Schoolfield, George C. Elmer Diktonius. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 1985. Rabbe Enckell Schoolfield, George C. "Rabbe Enckell's 'Mot Itaka.' " Germanic Notes 7 (1976): 17-22, 36-39. Monika Fagerholm Dickens, Eric. "Monika Fagerholm." Swedish Book Review Supp. (1992): 86-89. Ekman, Michel. "Going on a Summer Holiday." Books from Finland 2 (1995): 92-94. Hiidenheimo, Silja. "New Worlds." Books from Finland 3 (1998): 184-87. Sundholm, John. "The Non-Place of Identity: On the Poetics of a Minority Culture." In Beyond Boundaries: Textual Representations of European Identity, ed. Andy Hollis. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi, 2000. Lars Hulden Thompson, Laurie. "The World According to Lars Hulden." Swedish Book Review 1-2 (1992): 34. Tove Jansson Bertills, Yvonne. Beyond Identification: Proper Names in Children's Literature. Turku, Finland: Abo Akademi University Press, 2003. Huse, Nancy. "The Blank Mirror of Death: Protest as Self-Creation in Contemporary Fantasy." Lion and the Unicorn: A Critical Journal of Children's Literature 12, no. 2 (1988): 28-43. . "Tove Jansson and Her Readers: No One Excluded." Children's Literature: Annual ofthe Modern Language Association Division on Children's Literature and the Children's Literature Association 19 (1991): 149-61. Jones, W. Glyn. "Moomin Magic." Swedish Book Review 2 (2001): 2-4. . Tove Jansson. Boston: Twayne, 1984. Eeva Joenpelto Laitinen, Kai. "Life at the Turning Point: Eeva Joenpelto and Her Lohja Trilogy." World Literature Today 54 (1980): 33-37. Lehtola, Erkka. "Eeva Joenpelto: Portraits of Change." Books from Finland 21, no. 1 (1987): 25-28. Lehtonen, Soila. "The Price of a Free Lunch." Books from Finland 4 (1994): 255-57. Aino Kallas DuBois, Thomas A. "Writing of Women, Not Nations: The Development of a Feminist Agenda in the Novellas of Aino Kallas." Scandinavian Studies 76 (2004): 205-32. Laitinen, Kai. "Aino Kallas 1878-1956: Ambassador Extraordinary." Books from Finland 12 (1978): 159-63. Makkonen, Anna. " 'My OwnNovel, Yes, Really!': The Early Diary of Aino Kallas and Reading for the Plot." Scandinavian Studies 71 (1999): 419-52. Ilmari Kianto DuBois, Thomas. "A Farmwife's Lot: The Politics of Portrayal in Ilmari Kianto's Punainen viiva and Ryysyrannan Jooseppi." Scandinavian Studies 65 (1993): 521-38. Christer Kihlman Zuck, Virpi. "The Finno-Swedish Genre Problem: Sign of a Social Ailment or a Linguistic Handicap?" Proceedings of the Pacific Northwest Conference on Foreign Languages 28 (1977): 104-7. Aleksis Kivi Laitinen, Kai. "Aleksis Kivi (1834-1872): The Man and His Work." Books from Finland 18 (1984): 100-4. Paddon, Seija. "Aleksis Kivi and the Finnish Georgics." Scandinavian-Canadian Studies/Etudes Scandinaves au Canada 5 (1992): 65-79. Vähamaki,K.Borje. "Aleksis Kivi's Kullervo: A Historical Drama of Ideas." Scandinavian Studies 50 (1978): 269-91. Leena Krohn Landon, Philip, and Richard Impola. "Leena Krohn." Review of Contemporary Fiction 16, no. 2 (1996): 65-78. Nestingen, Andrew. "Timely Subjects: Leena Krohn between Universal and Particular." Scandinavian Studies 76 (2004): 233-56. Joel Lehtonen Tarkka, Pekka. "Joel Lehtonen and Putkinotko." Books from Finland 11 (1977): 239-45. Eine Leino Sarajas, Annamari. "Eino Leino, 1878-1926." Books from Finland 12 (1978): 40-46. Väinö Linna Moates, Tom. "Master of the Epic Novel." Scandinavian Review 89, no. 3 (2002): 16-19. Rintala, Marvin. "Vaino Linna and the Finnish Condition." Journal ofBaltic Studies 8 (1977): 223-31. Varpio, Yrjo. "Vaino Linna: A Classic in His Own Time." Books from Finland 11 (1977): 192-97. Elias Loännrot Alphonso-Karkala, John B. "Transformation ofFolk Narratives into Epic Composition in Elias Lonnrot's Kalevala.' Jahrbuch fur Volksliedforschung 31 (1986): 13-28. DuBois, Thomas A. Finnish Folk Poetry and the Kalevala. New York: Garland Press, 1995. . "Narrative Expectations and the Sampo Song." Scandinavian Studies 73 (2001): 457-74. Haämaälaäinen, Niina. "Elias Loännrot's First Kullervo Poem and Its Folk-Poem Models." In The Kalevala and the World's Traditional Epics, ed. Lauri Honko. Helsinki: Finnish Literature Society, 2002. Honko, Lauri. "The Five Performances of Kalevala." FF Network, 24 (2003): 6-17. Oinas, Felix J. "Vanamoinen's 'Straw Stallion.' " Journal of Baltic Studies 11 (1980): 363-66. Siikala, Anna-Leena. "Elias Lonnrot the Ethnographer." FF Network 25 (2003): 12-17. Eeva-Liisa Manner Ahokas, Jaakko A. "Eeva-Liisa Manner: Dropping from Reality into Life." Books Abroad 47 (1973): 60-65. Poom, Ritva. "Parallels in Finnish and Finland-Swedish Modernism: Eeva-Liisa Manner and Edith Sodergran." In Two Women Writers from Finland: Edith Södergran (18921923) and Hagar Olsson (18931978). Papers from the Symposium at Yale Univ., Oct. 2123, 1993, ed. George C. Schoolfield, Laurie Thompson, and Michael Schmelzle. Edinburgh: Lockharton, 1995. Tuohimaa, Sinikka. "The Poetry of Eeva-Liisa Manner: Unveiling Reflections of Life." World Literature Today 61 (1987): 37-40. Hagar Olsson Rees, Ellen. "Hagar Olsson's Chitambo and the Ambiguities of Female Modernism." Scandinavian Studies 71 (1999): 191-206. Schoolfield, George C. "Hagar Olsson's Chitambo: Anniversary Thoughts on Names and Structure." Scandinavian Studies 45 (1973): 223-62. Schoolfield, George C., Laurie Thompson, and Michael Schmelzle, eds. Two Women Writers from Finland: Edith Sodergran (18921923) and Hagar Olsson (18931978). Papers from the Symposium at Yale Univ., Oct. 2123, 1993. Edinburgh: Lockharton, 1995. Tärnqvist, Egil. "Hagar Olsson's First Play." Scandinavica 15 (1976): 63-72. Zuck, Virpi. "In Defense of Human Dignity: Hagar Olsson and Tidevarvet." In Studies in German and Scandinavian Literature after 1500: Festschrift for George C. Schoolfield, ed. James A. Parente Jr. and Richard Erich Schade. Columbia, S.C.: Camden House, 1993. Johan Ludvig Runeberg Schoolfield, George. "Transfigured Moments: Johan Ludvig Runeberg." Scandinavian Review 75, no. 1 (1987): 70-85. Wrede, Johan. "Runeberg's Fanrik Stals sagner: On the Life and Significance of a Patriotic Work." In Studies in German and Scandinavian Literature after 1500: Festschrift for George C. Schoolfield, ed. James A. Parente Jr. and Richard Erich Schade. Columbia, S.C.: Camden House, 1993. Wretoä, Tore. J. L. Runeberg. Boston: Twayne, 1980. Runar Schildt Schoolfield, George C. "Runar Schildt: Life Is an Outsider." Books from Finland 22, no. 3 (1988): 154-62. Westö, Kjell. "The Man Who Saw Helsinki." Books from Finland 2 (1997): 127-29. Zuck, Virpi. "The Finno-Swedish Short Story." Scandinavian Studies 49 (1977): 180-87. Solveig von Schoultz Born, Anne. "The Undefinitive Translation of Poetry." Professional Translator and Interpreter 3 (1991): 13-15. Schoolfield, George C. "The Narrative of Solveig von Schoultz." Swedish Book Review 1 (1989): 19-26. Frans Eemil Sillanpää Kinneavy, Gerald. "Sillanpaa." Scandinavica 20 (1981): 205-12. Orton, Gavin. "F. E. Sillanpaa's Manniskor i sommarnatten: A Musical Suite." Edda 92 (1992): 147-58. Paddon, Seija. "The De-Centred Subject in F. E. Sillanpaa's Short Fiction." Scandinavica 29 (1990): 207-13. Edith Soädergran Broomans, Petra, Adriaan van der Hoeven, and Jytte Kronig, eds. Edith Sodergran: A Changing Image: Looking for a New Perspective on the Work ofa Finnish Avant-garde Poet. Proc. ofthe seminar on 2751992 at the Univ. ofGroningen (Department ofScandinavian Studies and Department ofFenno-Ugric Studies). Groningen, Netherlands: Werkgroep Vrouwenstudies, RUG, 1993. Holm, Birgitta. "Edith Sodergran and the Sexual Discourse of the Fin-de-Siecle." Nordic Journal ofWomen's Studies 1, no. 1 (1993): 21-31. Humpal, Martin. "The God-Motif in Edith Sodergran's Poetry." In Andelige rum/ Geistige Raume: Festskrift til Wolf Wucherpfennig, ed. Karin Bang and Uwe Geist. Roskilde, Denmark: Roskilde Universitetscenter, 2002. Norseng, Mary Kay. "Przybyszewska's Poetry in the Bright Light of Sodergran's." In Studies in German and Scandinavian Literature after 1500: Festschrift for George C. Schoolfield, ed. James A. Parente Jr. and Richard Erich Schade. Columbia, S.C.: Camden House, 1993. Schoolfield, George C. Edith Sodergran: Modernist Poet in Finland. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1984. Schoolfield, George C., Laurie Thompson, and Michael Schmelzle, eds. Two Women Writers from Finland: Edith Sodergran (18921923) and Hagar Olsson (18931978). Papers from the Symposium at Yale Univ., Oct. 2123, 1993. Edinburgh: Lockharton, 1995. Mäarta Tikkanen Garton, Janet. "Little Red Riding Hood Comes of Age: Or, When the Fantastic Becomes the Feminist." In Papers in European Languages, Literatures and Culture: Essays in Memory ofMichael Parkinson and Janine Dakyns, ed. Christopher Smith and Mike Carr. Norwich, U.K.: School of Modern Languges and European Studies, University of East Anglia, 1996. Zacharias Topelius Apo, Satu. "The Two Worlds of the Finnish Fairytale: Observations on the Folk and Literary Fairytale Tradition of the 19th Century." Arv: Nordic Yearbook of Folklore 44 (1988): 27-48. Hatavara, Mari. "History, the Historical Novel and Nation: The First Finnish Historical Novels as National Narrative." Neophilologus 86, no. 1 (2002): 1-15. Schoolfield, George C. "Fairy Tales of a Journalist." Books from Finland 18, no. 1 (1984): 9-19. Nils-Aslak Valkeapaä Dana, Kathleen Osgood. " 'When a Lapp Is out on the High Fells': Literary Voice and Cultural Identity for the Sami." Scandinavian Studies 75 (2003): 201-28. Gaski, Harald. "The Son of the Sun Is Dead: A Commemoration of Nils-Aslak Valkeapaa." Scandinavian Studies 75 (2003): 149-52. Landon, Philip. "Nils-Aslak Valkeapaa." Review of Contemporary Fiction 16, no. 2 (1996): 140-44. Mika Waltari Pyrhoänen, Heta. "Five-Finger Exercises: Mika Waltari's Detective Stories." Orbis Litterarum: International Review ofLiterary Studies 59, no. 1 (2004): 23-38. Syvaoja, Hannu. "Against Ideology." Books from Finland 4 (1995): 280-81. Kjell Westä Dickens, Eric. "Kjell Westo." Swedish Book Review Supp. (1992): 90-98.

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