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Juhani Aho

a.k.a. Johannes Bromfeldt

Author Code: NJAX

Born: Sep. 11, 1861 - Lapinlahti, Finland

Died: Aug. 8, 1921 - Helsinki, Finland

Educated at Kuopio and the University of Helsinki, Aho, whose surname was legally changed from Johannes Bromfeldt in 1907, began writing poetry and undertaking translations into Finnish from his early teens. Leaving university in 1884 without graduating, he took up journalism. His first book Siiken Aikaan Kun Isa Lampun Osti, was published in 1883. In 1884, his first major work, Rautatie (Railway) was published and would become a best-seller. Aho spent some time in Paris as a correspondent and later produced Yksin (1890 - Lonely), which depicted a love affair based in Paris. Aho travelled much in Finland and many of his stories include delightful characters from Finnish folk life. In 1897, he published Panu, a romantic novel set in Karelia, and moved with his wife and family to the Tuusula lake area. From 1893 to 1903, he was on the staff of Uusi Kuvalehti. His most important novel, Juha (Johan), concerning suicide and adultery, was published in 1911. Aho's work began to change after the Finnish Civil War (1917-18), becoming more introspective and impressionistic. Aho was nominated forthe Nobel Prize in Literature. Among his other works are Papin Tytar (1885 - The Clergyman's Daughter), Papin Rouva (1893 - The Clergyman's Wife), Omatunto (1914), Rakkautta (1919) and Muistatko? (1920).

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NJAX003 Loyal 1893 8 135k eBook Download PDF - 'Loyal' (NJAX003)   Download ePub - 'Loyal' (NJAX003) Find a printed copy of Loyal by Juhani Aho at AbeBooks
NJAX002 Outlawed 1895 24 167k eBook Download PDF - 'Outlawed' (NJAX002)   Download ePub - 'Outlawed' (NJAX002) Find a printed copy of Outlawed by Juhani Aho at AbeBooks
NJAX004 Pioneers 1893 7 113k eBook Download PDF - 'Pioneers' (NJAX004)   Download ePub - 'Pioneers' (NJAX004) Find a printed copy of Pioneers by Juhani Aho at AbeBooks
NJAX006 Revenge of the Wilderness 1893 8 109k eBook Download PDF - 'Revenge of the Wilderness' (NJAX006)   Download ePub - 'Revenge of the Wilderness' (NJAX006) Find a printed copy of Revenge of the Wilderness by Juhani Aho at AbeBooks
NJAX005 Squire Hellman 1893 48 252k eBook Download PDF - 'Squire Hellman' (NJAX005)   Download ePub - 'Squire Hellman' (NJAX005) Find a printed copy of Squire Hellman by Juhani Aho at AbeBooks
NJAX001 When Father Brought Home the Lamp 1883 8 131k eBook Download PDF - 'When Father Brought Home the Lamp' (NJAX001)   Download ePub - 'When Father Brought Home the Lamp' (NJAX001) Find a printed copy of When Father Brought Home the Lamp by Juhani Aho at AbeBooks

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