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Who is Alf Prøysen?
Alf Prøysen, was a writer and musician from Norway. His Mrs. Pepperpot books established him as a children's author. Prøysen was one of the most important Norwegian cultural personalities in the second half of the twentieth century, and he made significant contributions to literature, music, TV and radio.
- also known as Alf Proysen; Alf Proeysen; Prøysen, Alf
- born on (101 years ago) in Ringsaker, child of Julie Prøysen
- nationality: Norway
- profession: Writer
- died on (45 years ago)
- buried in Vår Frelsers gravlund
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by Peter Hunt
In 1958, the Australian writer Elyne Mitchell published The Silver Brumby, first of a series of ten, and the following year saw the English translation of the first Mrs Pepperpot story by the Norwegian writer Alf Prøysen. Among the many series for ...
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