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Record #140378:

Myten om Knud Rasmussen set fra en grønlandsk synsvinkel / Kristian Olsen aaju.

Title: Myten om Knud Rasmussen set fra en grønlandsk synsvinkel / Kristian Olsen aaju.
Translated title: The myth of Knud Rasmussen seen from a Greenlandic point of view.
Author(s): Olsen aaju, Kristian.
Date: 1996.
Language: Danish.
In: Grønland. (1996.), Vol. 6 (1996)
Abstract: Rasmussen is shown as composite both in character - introvert- extrovert - and in national identity. He claimed that his second identity was European rather than Danish. Examples are given from poems and prose of his internal turmoil and his love of homeland and natural world. He saw no serious loss to Greenlanders in taking on more of Danish culture and language, believing that their own traditions and differences were too strong to be swamped.
Notes:

Grønland. Vol. 6 :213-221 (1996).

Keywords: 92 -- Biographies: Rasmussen, Knud.
X -- Biographies and obituaries.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*38) -- Greenland.
SPRI record no.: 140378

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