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GUNNAR HARDING (born 1940) started as a jazz musician, studied painting
in Stockholm, and made his literary debut in 1967. He has published — in
addition to translations and non-fiction — sixteen volumes of poetry. He
was co-editor of the prestigious Swedish literary quarterly ARTES
and of the English-language annual ARTES International. In 1992
he was awarded the Bellman Prize by the Swedish Academy; 1993 saw publication
of a comprehensive selection of his poetry, covering the years 1969-1990.
In 1995 he was awarded Svenska Dagbladets Literature Prize in
recognition of his important role in Sweden’s literary life since the 1960s,
and in 2001 he won the prestigious Övralid Prize.
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