Troels Kløvedal

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Troels Kløvedal (born April 2, 1943 in Copenhagen as Troels Beha Erichsen ; † December 23, 2018 ) was a Danish writer with roots in Ebeltoft, Denmark .


The sailing writer and bon vivant was known for his reports on journeys with the two-master “Nordkaperer” (“Northern Capers”) in Oceania and Austronesia . In addition to books, he also produced documentaries for Danish television and he also appeared in the children's film A Circus for Sarah .

Kløvedal was friends with the Danish writer Ib Michael . In 2004 he was awarded the Prize of the Danish Writers' Association (Dansk Forfatterforening), the Drassows Legat .

Works (selection)

  • Kærligheden, kildevandet ... og det blå ocean ('Love, spring water ... and the blue ocean'), 1978
  • Den tynde hud ('The Thin Skin'), 2002
  • Kineserne syr med lang tråd ('The Chinese sew with long thread'), 2004

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