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Annemette Kure Andersen

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Name  Annemette Andersen

Role  Poet

Annemette Kure Andersen (born 1962) is a Danish poet and literary editor. Her poetry has been translated into several languages including English.

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Biography

Born in Ribe, Andersen matriculated from Ribe Cathedral School in 1981. She went on to study Italian literature at Aarhus University and Siena University, graduating in Italian poetry in 1990. In 1996, she became editor of Hvedekorn, an important Danish literary journal.

After her debut with Dicentra Spectabilis in 1991, she translated poems by Giuseppe Ungaretti into Danish. Hew own symbolist poetry is suggestive, evoking nature and hardly imperceptible mood changes in human relationships. Some of her poetry has been translated into English by the American poet Thom Satterlee (born 1967).

Works

Annemette Kure Andersen's works include:

  • Dicentra Spectabilis (poems), Borgen (1991)
  • Espalier (poems), Borgen (1993)
  • Tidehverv (poems), Borgen (1996)
  • Epifanier (poems), Borgen (1997)
  • Fraktur (poems), Borgen (2000)
  • Dokument (poems), Borgen (2001)
  • Sm√• Afvigelser (short stories), Borgen (2003)
  • Vandskel (poems), Borgen (2005)
  • Andetsteds (poems), Borgen (2007)
  • Stedf√¶stelse (poems), Lindhardt & Ringhof 2012
  • References

    Annemette Kure Andersen Wikipedia


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