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Blixen

Karen. See (Isak) Dinesen
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In her biography of Dinesen, Judith Thurman notes, "Writing to Aunt Bess in the twenties, Karen Blixen called feminism the most important revolutionary movement of the nineteenth century, and her analysis of sexism still reads brilliantly today.
When Finch-Hatton wanted to shoot less and photograph more, Blixen remarked she did not "see eye to eye with the camera"; photography was only "a pleasant platonic affair.
Samuel Blixen, "Cordero torturaba en Argentina," Brecha, no.
Isak Dinesen is the pseudonym of Karen Blixen, who published Out of Africa under her own name in 1937.
In 1995, Gavazzo was jailed in Uruguay for extortion, but he has not admitted to human rights abuses (Blixen, 1995b: 1; Blixen, 1995a: 3).
In 1957, on the merit of that work and others, Blixen was repeatedly named as the leading candidate for that year's Nobel Prize for Literature, though she did not receive it.
In probably Redford's most romantic film, "Out of Africa," Hatton's need for solitude dooms a traditional relationship with Meryl Streep's farmer/storyteller, Karen Blixen.
Emphasizing the fundamental role of narrative in identity formation, she travels through stories by authors from Blixen to Borges, the great myths of the Western tradition, and the experiences of ordinary Italian women in women's groups to establish the link between hearing one's story told and identity formation.
There were also striking portraits of Hans Christian Andersen, the Arctic explorer Knud Rasmussen, the writer Karen Blixen, the composer Carl Nielsen, the entertainer Victor Borge and the footballer Peter Schmeichel.
COPENHAGEN--Danish writer Karen Blixen, best known by her nom de plume of Isak Dinesen, is an obvious source of inspiration for a choreographer.
He is determined to keep the past alive, and Detained is scrupulous record of the wrongs done against the Kenyan people: massacres, betrayals, abuses at the hands of the settlers (one of whom, incidentally, was Karen Blixen, whose own account of her time in Kenya, Out of Africa, would later become an Academy Award-winning movie starring Meryl Streep and Robert Redford), arrests and interrogations, including that of the author himself.
Most safaris begin in urban Nairobi, still the motley town Lady Karen Blixen (Isak Dineson) described in her book, Out of Africa.