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  • proper noun A botanical plant name author abbreviation for botanist Wenceslas (Wenzel) Bojer (1797-1856).


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  • The two great Norwegian novelists of today, Knut Hamsun and Johann Bojer, were both of lowly origin.

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  • Strindberg and such moderns as Bojer and Nexö and Lagerlöf found their way into world literature first through German translations.

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  • She quoted a sentence from a Norwegian novelist, Johan Bojer, written during the First World War: “I went and sowed corn in my enemy’s field that God might exist.”

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  • j = the English y; thus Bojer = Boyer, Jens = Yens.

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