American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Martinson, Harry Edmund 1904-1978. Swedish writer whose works include the proletarian novel The Road (1948) and Aniara (1956), an epic poem about space travel. He shared the 1974 Nobel Prize for literature.
“Precise observations are recurrent in Martinson's depictions of nature in prose, as well.”
“Since these headings can also be traced as themes in Martinson's personal life, this article also takes a certain biographical slant.”
“Criticism of industrial society and modern culture is also a theme in Martinson's vagabond novel Vägen till Klockrike (1948), The”
“In later years, a new theme gradually emerged in Martinson's writings: outer space.”
“Despite a slight degree of sobriety in Martinson's poetry, his precise observations give a sense of being present at the event.”
“The first of the Aniara songs were released in Martinson's 1953 collection of poetry Cikada, and the entire epic was released as Aniara in 1956 (new English edition, 1999).”
“JEFF LUNDEN: When the audience walks into the Martinson Theatre, the set onstage doesnt even vaguely evoke F. Scott Fitzgeralds Jazz Age.”
“Tyrean Martinson lives in the Northwest and enjoys sun breaks and rainbows, neither of which are possible without rain.”
“ENOUGH TO DO by Tyrean Martinson, 2.6 out of 5 based on 36 ratings”
““Morning, sweetie,” he said cheerfully to Lynn Martinson over his VoIP connection when she picked up the bedside telephone receiver at her home in Iowa City.”
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