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"Tomas Tranströmer" The Nobel Prize in Literature 2011

 "because, through his condensed, transluscent images, he gives us fresh access to reality". The Nobel Prize in Literature 2011 was awarded to Tomas Tranströmer
Tomas transtromer
Tomas Tranströmer
" in the middle of life it happens that death comes and measures man. The visit is forgotten and life continues. But the suit is made, quietly ".Tomas Transtrِmer
Tomas Tranströmer  was Born in a working-class Stockholm neighborhood in 1931
Tranströmer started writing poetry while at the oppressive Södra Latin Grammar School (its atmosphere caught by Ingmar Bergman in Alf Sjöberg’s Frenzy, which was filmed there, the young Tomas amongst the pupils). But he was devouring books on all subjects, especially geography, with daily visits to the local library, where he worked his way through most of the non-fiction shelves. However, this bookish adolescence was shadowed by the war, by his parents’ divorce and the absence of his father, and at 15 he experienced a winter of psychological crisis. He published his first collection, 17 Poems, in 1954, at the age of 23.

Tomas transtromer
After studying psychology at the University of Stockholm, he worked at its Psychotechnological Institute, and in 1960 became a psychologist at Roxtuna, a young offenders institution. From the mid-1960s he divided his time between his writing and his work as a psychologist, and in 1965 moved with his family to Västerås, where he spent the rest of his working life. In 1990, a year after the publication of his tenth book of poems, Tranströmer suffered a stroke, which deprived him of most of his speech and partly inhibited movement on his right-hand side. Swedish composers have since written several left-hand piano pieces especially for him to play.
Since his stroke 1990, he has published a short book of 'autobiographical chapters', Memories Look at Me(1993) and a new collection, The Sad Gondola (1996), both included in Robin Fulton’s translation of his Bloodaxe New Collected Poems(1997). In 2004 he published The Great Enigma, a slim volume containing five short poems and a group of 45 even smaller haiku-type poems. These were added to theNew Collected Poems to form Tranströmer’s first collected edition to appear in the States, licensed by Bloodaxe Books to New Directions in 2006 under the title The Great Enigma: New Collected Poems. That edition was published by Bloodaxe Books in the UK as the latest revised and expanded edition of New Collected Poems in 2010.
Tranströmer has also translated other poets into Swedish, including Robert Bly and Hungary’s János Pilinszky
Tomas Tranströmer and his wife Monica currently live in Stockholm..

Tomas Tranströmer Prizes
  Tomas transtromer and his wife Monica
  2011 The Nobel Prize in Literature
2007, he received a special Lifetime Recognition Award given by the trustees of the Griffin Trust for Excellence in Poetry, which also awards the annual Griffin Poetry Prize.
1997 the city of Västerås established a special Tranströmer Prize
1990 the Neustadt International Prize for Literature
1983 the Bonner Award for Poetry
1981 West Germany’s Petrarch Prize
the Bellman Prize, the Swedish Academy’s Nordic Prize, and the August Prize.

Poems by Tomas Tranströmer

They turn the light off, and its white globe glows
an instant and then dissolves, like a tablet
in a glass of darkness. Then a rising.
The hotel walls shoot up into heaven’s darkness.
Their movements have grown softer, and they sleep,
but their most secret thoughts begin to meet
like two colors that meet and run together
on the wet paper in a schoolboy’s painting.
It is dark and silent. The city however has come nearer
tonight. With its windows turned off. Houses have come.
They stand packed and waiting very near,
a mob of people with blank faces.

After a black day, I play Haydn,
and feel a little warmth in my hands.
The keys are ready. Kind hammers fall.
The sound is spirited, green, and full of silence.
The sound says that freedom exists
and someone pays no tax to Caesar.
I shove my hands in my haydnpockets
and act like a man who is calm about it all.
I raise my haydnflag. The signal is:
“We do not surrender. But want peace.”
The music is a house of glass standing on a slope;
rocks are flying, rocks are rolling.
The rocks roll straight through the house
but every pane of glass is still whole.

Tomas Tranströmer Collected Poems
17 dikter (1954) - Seventeen Poems
Hemligheter på vägen (1958)
Den halvfärdiga himlen (1962) - The Half-Finished Heaven
Klanger och spår (1966) - Windows and Stones
Mörkerseende (1970) - Night Vision
Stigar (1973) - Paths
Östersjöar (1974) - Baltics
Sanningsbarriären (1978)
Det vilda torget (1983)
För levande och d öda (1989) - For the Living and the Dead
Sorgegondolen (1996)
Den stora gåtan (2004)
The Great Enigma: New Collected Poems (2006) - Translated by Robin Fulton
Galleriet: Reflected in Vecka nr.II (2007) - an artist book by Modhir Ahmed

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