[Autom. eng. transl.] "There are many more things in the sky and on the asphalt [sic] than we dream of our philosophy". Thus "onkel Danny", uncle Danny for the Danes, aka Dan Turèll, paraphrased the melancholy countryman during one of his innumerable television appearances of the late seventies, when he was now a cult figure in the Copenhagen of the time. A prolific poet, novelist, journalist, jazz musician, performer and columnist of the national daily Politiken as a bohemian streetwise, he published almost ninety titles ranging from the most disparate genres. All composed in a period that goes from October 15, 1969 - when he decided he would become a professional writer - to October 15, 1993, the year of his premature death in that same "Poetry Day", as he called it, which had marked his little existence more than two decades ago.
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] Dan Turèll. From the Copenhagen slums to the art market: the noir "Assassination of March"|
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|