Anna Jörgensdotter’s new novel Solidärer embodies the blood and smell and horror of the civil war in Spain in the 1930s, writes Inger Dahlman in the newspaper UNT.
“The magic lies in the reproduction of man with his illusions and his hope, his urge and despair…”
“Good God, she is capable of drawing a living portrait, Anna Jörgensdotter!”
“Oh, Anna Jörgensdotter, you are wonderful when you capture those innocent young people on their blanket among bakeries and demonstrations, in a park similar to any park in the 1930s in every Swedish city. They are in the middle of love and do not understand it.”