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The Danish writer Inger Christensen, born in 1935, has written poetry, drama, experimental novels, essays and children's books. But it is for her poetry, the first collection of which was published in 1962, that she has become known. Her major collections are Det (It, 1969), Alfabet (Alphabet, 1981) and Sommerfugledalen (The Valley of Butterflies, 1991).
Inger Christensen's work featured in PN Review comprises one contribution of poetry. Also available is one review of Inger Christensen's work.
Poetry Collection in PN Review 163 (2005) From Alphabet and The Valley of the Butterflies (translated by Alex Middleton)
Reviewed by in PN Review 181 (2008)on Inger Christensen and Friederike Mayröcker