Heidenstam


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Hei•den•stam

(ˈheɪ dənˌstɑm)
n.
Ver•ner von (ˈvɛr nər fɔn) 1859–1940, Swedish poet and novelist: Nobel prize 1916.
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He joins Selma Lagerlf (1909), Verner von Heidenstam (1916), Erik Axel Karlfeldt (1931), Pr Lagerkvist (1951), Eyvind Johnson and Harry Martinsson (1974, shared prize).
You'll notice that first names are unnecessary in that list, whereas a sample of last century's European Nobel winners - Heyse, Eucken, Mommsen, von Heidenstam, Spitteler, Benavente and Karlfeldt - doesn't exactly ring a bell.
Body building and fitness guru Ken Heathcote was backstage at London's Victoria Palace the day Schwarzenegger won the Mr Universe competition in 1969, when he witnessed a memorable exchange between the bodybuilder and contest organiser, Oscar Heidenstam.
Heidenstam was also nominated in the year 1913, along with Tagore.
But not all are contemporaries-Carl Jonas Love Almquist and Verner von Heidenstam, for instance- and not all are Swedes: Joseph Brodsky, Herman Melville, William Faulkner, and many more have had their encounter with Claesson's pen.
SEATTLE -- Silver Creek Capital Management LLC, a leading manager of funds of hedge funds with over $6 billion in assets under management, today announced that it has added four experienced investment and business development professionals to the firm's global team:Carter Weil, Petter von Heidenstam, Christian McFadden and Kelsey Schreck.
von Heidenstam, former Nordic Region business development executive for Aviva Investors, has joined Silver Creek's London office as Director of European Sales, where he will be responsible for consultant relations and institutional business development in Europe.
Wastberg also includes five additional eulogies to other authors he admires: Verner von Heidenstam, Artur Lundkvist, Gosta Gustaf-Janson, Bengt Soderbergh, and Carl Fredrik Reutersward.