Friheten


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Friheten

 

(Freedom), a weekly newspaper and the central organ of the Communist Party of Norway. Founded in 1923, Friheten was published under the title Arbeideren until 1940. The newspaper is published in Oslo.

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As the second best-selling item at IKEA (turnover) the Friheten corner sofa bed is priced at [pounds sterling]429.
She is best known for her trilogy, Alberte og Jacob (1926; translated as Alberta and Jacob, 1962), Alberte og friheten (1931; translated as Alberta and Freedom, 1963), and Bare Alberte (1939; translated as Alberta Alone, 1965).
He is the author of many articles on Ibsen's and also the book Den umulige friheten, Henrik Ibsen og Moderniteten (2006).
Neither of Dalin's two dramatic works nor his rather ambitious epic poem, Swenska friheten (1742; "Swedish Liberty"), proved very successful.
In 2002 Bonnier Audio (Sweden) released Tomas Transtromer: Klangen sager att friheten finns ( The Sound is a Declaration of Freedom), a compact disc containing recordings of Transtromer reading selections of his poetry and performing several classical piano pieces.
(22.) Regner (1784), 337; "Artigt flyttar nu Skalden sina lasare, eller rattare askadare til Friheten och America.
The retailer said its most successful product was its Friheten corner sofa-bed, which saw sales jump 132% during the period, after the price was cut from PS450 to PS395.
The retailer said its most successful product was its Friheten corner sofa-bed, which more than doubled sales after the price was cut from PS450 to PS395.
The retailer said its most successful product was its Friheten corner sofa-bed, which saw sales jump 132%.
He then turned to fiction, writing several novels before producing the trilogy for which he is best known: Frihetens oyeblikk (1966; Moment of Freedom), Kruttarnet (1969; "The Gun Powder Tower"), and Stillheten (1973; "The Silence").