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Aage Borchgrevink

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Name  Aage Borchgrevink
Role  Writer
Education  University of Oslo

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Books  A Norwegian Tragedy: Anders Behring Breivik and the Massacre on Utya

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Aage Storm Borchgrevink (born 1969) is a Norwegian writer and literary critic.

He was born in Oslo, and took his education in literary history at the University of Oslo. His fiction releases are the novel Arkivene from 2000 and the short story collection Folkevandringer from 2004. He has written two travelogues; Eurostories. Reiser i Øst-Europa (2003) and Den usynlige krigen. Reiser i Tsjetsjenia, Ingusjetia og Dagestan (2007). As a literary critic he publishes in Vinduet and in newspapers.

Borchgrevink has worked in the Helsinki Committee in Norway since 1993 as an adviser. In 2004 he was awarded the Ossietzky Award by the Norwegian PEN for his "outstanding promotion of free speech".

References

Aage Borchgrevink Wikipedia


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