Five Young Men, The Group of
- The group got its name from an anthology of modernist poetry, 5 unga (1929; Five Young Men), that was perceived as a challenge to traditional Swedish verse. The two most illustrious contributors were Artur Lundkvist and Harry Martinson.
Historical Dictionary of Scandinavian Literature and Theater. Jan Sjavik. 2006.
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