Runeberg


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Runeberg

(Finnish ˈruːnəˌbɜːɡ; ˈrunəˌbærj)
n
(Biography) Johan Ludvig 1804–77, Finnish poet, who wrote in Swedish. His works include the epic King Fialar (1844) and patriotic poems including the Finnish national anthem
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En "Examen de la obra de Herbert Quain" (1941) leemos un ensayo critico sobre una obra inexistente de un autor tambien inexistente, en "Tres versiones de Judas" (1944) comenta, glosa y critica las obras inventadas de Nils Runeberg. En ambos casos, sin embargo, se mantiene cierto marco caracteristico del ensayo--la mencion de obras "reales" como las de Mrs.
Runeberg in an anthology of poetry praising the heroes of the war.
-Ah -dijo-, alla adentro esta Funes, esta Menard, esta tambien el teologo heresiarca Runeberg, y, si recuerdo bien, deje a Almotasim detras de una cortina gastada.
The very helpful preface to the songs is in Finnish and in English; however, there are no English translations to the Swedish texts by Finnish poets Johan Ludvig Runeberg (arguably Sibelius's favorite poet) and Frans Mikael Franzen.
Take for instance, "Pierre Menard, autor del Quijote" (1989 I Ficciones 449) or from the same volume, "Tres versiones de Judas," where Borges' fictional biblical scholar, Nils Runeberg, proposes that Judas betrayed Christ in order to force him to declare his divinity "y a encender una vasta vindicacion contra el yugo de Roma" (515).
Runeberg, "Comparison of the effects of phlorobutyrophenone derivatives on heart and liver mitochondria," Biochemical Pharmacology, vol.
Bremer, who was familiar with the Finnish national epic Kalevala and the national poet Johan Ludwig Runeberg's poems, was interested in the activities of women's organizations in Helsinki (see letter to Topelius, written from Stockholm on 3 March 1854 in Konstndrsbrev II, 11-12; letter to Topelius 8 February 1855, 14-15).
Como este, Echavarria analiza otros ejemplos de lecturas divergentes en el cuento de Borges: el asesinato de Runeberg y el mismo nombre de "Albert", por citar solo dos ejemplos.
He was a charter member of the Soumi Society (which later became affiliated with the Order of Runeberg.) He was a long-time member of the Trinity Lutheran Church.