Veijo Väinö Valvo Meri (31 December 1928 – 21 June 2015) was a Finnish writer. Much of his work focuses on war and its absurdity. The work is anti-war and has dark humor.
Meri in 1960
|Born||31 December 1928|
|Died||21 June 2015 (aged 86)|
His diverse body of work includes novels, short stories, poetry, and essays.
Translations into EnglishEdit
- Manila rope: A novel. (Translated from the Finnish by John McGahern and Annikki Laaksi.) 1967.
- Private Jokinen’s marriage leave. (Translated from the Finnish by J. R. Pitkin.) 1976.
- Beneath the Polar Star: Glimpses of Finnish History. (English translation by Philip Binham.) 1999.
- "Finland mourns author Veijo Meri". Yle Uutiset.
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