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Posts tagged Denmark

From wikipedia: “Villy Sørensen (13 January 1929 – 16 December 2001) was a Danish short-story writer, philosopher and literary critic of the Modernist tradition. His fiction was heavily influenced by his philosophical ideas, and he has been compared to Franz Kafka in this regard. He is the most influential and important Danish philosopher since Søren Kierkegaard.”

In English (Amazon links; most of the books are out-of-print):

Tutelary Tales
The Downfall of the Gods
Another Metamorphosis and Other Fictions 
Harmless Tales
Seneca: The Humanist at the Court of Nero
Strange Stories
Tiger in the Kitchen
Soldier’s Christmas Eve