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Faroe Islands

Heinesen (1900–91) and Jørgen-Frantz Jacobsen (1900-38). The women were not so visible in the early Faroese litereature except for Helena Patursson (1864-1916), but in the last decades of the 20th century and in the beginning of the 21st century female writers like Ebba Hentze (born 1933) wrote children's books, short stories etc., Guðrið Helmsdal published the first modernistic collection of poems ''Lýtt lot'' in 1963, which at the same time was the first collection


Bulgaria

publisher Associated Press date 2008-05-24 accessdate 2008-05-24 Upon the retirement of Kaiō, he became the longest serving active ōzeki. '''Dora Gabe''' (


Stockholm

; Expansion was rapid in both Finland and Norway. Within two years of its opening, Harlequin held 24% of the market for mass market books in Sweden. Hemmungs Wirten (1998), p. 102. Scandinavia offered unique issues however, as booksellers refused to sell the category romances, complaining that the books' short life span (one month) created too much work for too little compensation. Booksellers and distributors also worried


Poland

School. While there, Benda studied under Robert Henri and Edward Penfield. Starting in 1905, Benda was primarily a graphic artist. He illustrated books, short stories, advertising copy, and magazine covers for ''Collier's (Collier's (magazine))'', ''McCall's'', ''Ladies' Home Journal'', ''Good Housekeeping'', ''Theatre Magazine'' and many others. Many publishers regarded Benda as their go-to artist for his dependability and artistic abilities. In his time he


Norway

that the books' short life span (one month) created too much work for too little compensation. Booksellers and distributors also worried that the uniformity of the Harlequin book covers made advertising too difficult. Instead, Harlequin novels in Scandinavia are classified as magazines, and sold in supermarkets, at newststands, or through subscription. Harlequin has retained their North American style direct marketing. The direct marketing message is very similar in Scandinavia


United States

T. Benda.jpg thumb Władysław Benda, 1900 '''Władysław Teodor "W.T." Benda''' (January 15, 1873, Poznań, Poland (Posen, German Empire) - November 30, 1948, Newark, New Jersey, United States) was a Polish (Poland)-American (United States) painter, illustrator, and designer. Starting in 1905, Benda was primarily a graphic artist. He illustrated books, short stories, advertising copy


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