Biography of Lars Ahlin (1915-1997)

Swedish writer, born in Sundsvall in 1915 and died in Stockholm in 1997. Humble family, his training was entirely self-taught. He/She published his first novel in 1943, entitled Tab and the manifesto, with clear inclination towards psychological narrative. Of left-wing thought, humanism and Marxism intermingle in the characters of their characters, so we have the pathetic Aron of peeps killers, 1952 or the mother of the stick of cinnamon, 1953. The following works are very interesting: Yes, 1946; Bark and foliage, 1961. His last book was Breviary, published in 1996.