Hilmar Wulff

The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Wulff, Hilmar

 

Born Mar. 5, 1908, in Randers. Danish writer. Communist.

Wulff took part in the resistance movement during the occupation in Denmark (1940-45); later he fled to Sweden, where he edited the newspaper Nyt fra Soviet Unionen. Wulff wrote the novels Like Weather in April (1942), Such Things Really Do Happen (1943), and Song of Labor (1945), which compose a trilogy devoted to the everyday life of Danish workers. The novels Bad Weather (1950; Russian translation, 1962), … But First of All Comes Bread (1958), and Questing Youth (1959) give realistic pictures of presentday Denmark. The novella The Sunny Vagabond (1953; Russian translation, 1960) is devoted to the life of simple people, and the novel Road to Life (1961) deals with the class struggle of Polish and Danish farm workers. Wulff is a participant in the struggle for peace.

WORKS

In Russian translation:
“Vse ravno ia byl podpol’shchikom.” Neva, 1960, no. 8.
Per boretsia za svobodu. Moscow, 1962.

REFERENCES

Braude, L. “Khil’mar Vul’f.” Zvezda, 1960, no. 7.
Kristensen, S. M. Datskaia literatura, 1918-1952 gg. Moscow, 1963. (Translated from Danish.)

L. LU. BRAUDE

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