The moment of freedom

EUROPE: Bjørneboe's black humor is dialectical thinking about the conditions of unsentimental human dignity. It strikes with its cynicism the blue-eyed and decent mass murderers of the usual barbaric moral type. '
Vietnam War

Before World War III

Report from Hanoi. Books about Vietnam.

The self-medication of complacency

BJØRNEBOE FILM: Is it the freedom we are afraid of? asks film director Terje Dragseth.

The divine comedy

EVIDENCE: God Himself is the problem of evil: must we kill, and must we kill many, and all the time, for the world to be better?

FASSBINDER AND BJØRNEBOE: "I am mistaken for the most unworthy."

CRISIS, ADVERSITY, DRUGS: The 100-year-old Jens Bjørneboe and the German film director, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, who would have turned 75 this year, were both put in the public eye. Did this lead to shortened lives for both?

Is it a pity for America?

Great power madness? America's shadowy sides have for many made fatal love and the relationship destructive. Bjørneboe's indignation towards America was of the solidarity type.

We who loved America

The title of this article is not ironic. I myself belong to those who have truly loved America, and I know how it feels.

From the convict's point of view

Jens Bjørneboe's post on the Without a Thread judgment.

Instead of a defense speech

Jens Bjørneboe about Without a thread, fra Orientering October 22, 1966.

Bjørneboe's perhaps the rarest book

PROHIBITED BOOK: Red Emma is Bjørneboe's scenic story about the anarchist Emma Goldman and her faithful «fellow soldier», Alexander Berkman.

homesickness

In this essay, Jens Bjørneboe's eldest daughter reflects on a lesser - known psychological side of her father.

Jens Bjørneboe and Gateavisa

ANARCHISM: Audun Engh on Jens Bjørneboe's significance as a source of inspiration for Gateavisa in the 70s

«Portrait with cigarette»

In the work of portraying Jens Bjørneboe, I started with a good deal of research before I started painting.
From the National Theater's performance AV Jens Bjørneboe's play semmelweis - from left Randi Koch, Joachim Calmeyer and Tor Stokke.

The rebel and his martyrdom

Jens Bjørneboes Semmelweis at the National Theater.