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Dinesen

Isak , pen name of Baroness Karen Blixen. 1885--1962, Danish author of short stories in Danish and English, including Seven Gothic Tales (1934) and Winter's Tales (1942). Her life story was told in the film Out of Africa (1986)
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Pittaluga (Adrian Fondari), a horse breeder who confides to Dinesen that he would proudly swap one of his stallions for a go at Inge.
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Men in Dark Times is composed of eleven essays, on ten individual figures--eight men and two women--whose primary point of commonality, as Arendt sees it, is their contemporaneity: Gotthold Ephraim Lessing (the subject of the first piece, who is treated as a kind of assumed contemporary), Rosa Luxemburg, Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli (Pope John XXIII), Karl Jaspers (who has two pieces in the volume devoted to him), Isak Dinesen, Hermann Broch, Walter Benjamin, Bertolt Brecht, Waldemar Gurian and Randall Jarrell.
Bomb squads and terror squads are searching the area, police don't know if he has any friends or anyone planning a terror attack," Dinesen said.
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The tension is expressed right from the beginning in the contrast which Dinesen sets up between the little town of Berlevaag, which is home to the sect, and the world beyond it.
Andersen L, Dinesen B, Jorgensen PN, Poulsen F, Roder ME.
North of Boston, 1915), Denmark's Isak Dinesen (Out of Africa, 1937), Hungary's Miklos Radnoti (poems c.
Based on a story by Isak Dinesen about two elderly Danish sisters who take in a French refugee, the film won a best foreign film Oscar.
Allen stops the Rockies on two hits, keeping them off-balance with a combination of cut fastballs and Isak Dinesen references.
However, Norman Dinesen, corporate communications manager at the British Video Association, is not convinced that VHS will disappear overnight.
Isak Dinesen is the pseudonym of Karen Blixen, who published Out of Africa under her own name in 1937.