Werner Aspenström in 1960.
|Born||November 13, 1918|
|Died||25 January 1997 (aged 78)|
Karl Werner Aspenström (13 November 1918 – 25 January 1997) was a Swedish poet.
Born at Norrbärke, he was a member of the Swedish Academy, where he held Seat 12 from 1981 to 1997. Following his breakthrough in 1949 with Snölegend ("Snow legend") he was considered as one of the leading 20th century Swedish poets, and his poetry have often been compared to the works of the Nobel Prize laureats Harry Martinson and Tomas Tranströmer. Aspenström claimed that his motivation for writing was "writing for his cat".
He was a friend of Stig Dagerman's. His wife died in 2015.
- Förberedelse (1943)
- Oändligt är vårt äventyr (prose, 1945)
- Skriket och tystnaden (1946)
- Snölegend (1949)
- Litania (1952)
- Förebud (1953)
- Hundarna (1954)
- Dikter under träden (1956)
- Bäcken (prose, 1958)
- Motsägelser (essays, 1961)
- Om dagen om natten (1961)
- Trappan (1964)
- Sommar (prose, 1968)
- Inre (1969)
- Under tiden (1972)
- Tidigt en morgon, sent på jorden (1980)
- Sorl (1983)
- Det röda molnet (1986)
- Varelser (1988)
- Enskilt och allmänt (1991)
- Ty (1993)
- Israpport (1997)
- Öva Sitt Eget (2004) (posthumous, co-written with Signe Lund-Aspenström)
- Samlade dikter 1943-1997 (Collected poems 1943-1997, 2014)
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