Your Library Podcasts News. Ja och Nej by Helena Nyblom Follow. Helena Nyblom was born in Denmark. Her debut as a story- and fairytale writer was in , when she was 54 years old. She was a very productive and popular author around and in the early 20th Century.
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She was a very productive and popular author around and in the early 20th Century. Alienation, lack of understanding, appreciation and sympathy, and the conflict between doing ones duty and freedom were often underlying themes of her stories.
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Helena Nyblom 7 December — 9 October was a Swedish children's story author. She is perhaps most remembered for The Swan Suit. Her brother was the painter Holger Roed. Helena's first writings were poems and short stories. The stories, written in Danish and then translated into Swedish by her husband, were first published in the Ny Illustrerad Tidskrift New Illustrated Journal and subsequently collected in four volumes between and