the Finnish book foundation today announced the six candidates for this year's non-fiction Finlandia prize, i.e. the tieto-Finlandia winners. In the case presented to the works and arguments, which the board has those candidates appointed.
Anssi river beach , Pekka Hicks , Anna Ruohonen and Jenni Räinä : the Forest after us (Like)
This board justifies the selection: "Current, dispassionate, and many aspects of forestry and climate speech, in which human nature observations, experiences and feelings, as well as expert knowledge interspersed with productive and unforced. The total work of art is a book-like style excellent, kuvitukseltaan impressive and the layout of the read attractive."
Anu Kantola and Hanna Kuusela : the top income – Finland's richest in per mil (Equipoise)
"the Work presents a at ease critical but values without Finland's richest per mil thought the world of, power connections, the attitudes of both pessimism and optimism and expand in-depth manner social analysis. Successfully popularized by interview research to get the reader to reflect as well as inequality of intellectual background that the welfare society of the future global rolling money in the world."
Ville Ropponen and Ville-Juhani Sutinen : the bones of the road – the Gulag on the trail (Like)
"Impressive travel books in modern Russia, as well as the ankara political power and violence of a cruel history. Gripping and stopping a treatise on private and collective remembrance and forgetting – as well as their puzzling at the same time, what the powers that be exploit the structure in the past plans for a suitable report."
Aapo Roselius and Oula Silvennoinen : the Wild east (January)
"the Work will bring new, dark shades of the myth in the image of the Finnish tribal wars free forces and Greater-Finnish construction. It positions the tribe wars of the 1920-century great power game, and still the world war between the ideological continuum. A dramatic story of individual human actions, motives and destinies reveals how war breaks human body and mind."
Andrei Sergejeff : Egypt history of Cleopatra's time, the arab spring (Gaudeamus)
"sure-footed, calm and style, a clear work structure for the huge amount of material in the long arc of the Mediterranean and the Middle East in the past in a way that startled the European-centric history of school read of. Works open view of the whole of the Middle East hotbeds of the past and background for the interesting region nykyongelmia and news headlines."
Dana Th and Enter the Deserted : Drowned (publishing house H&H)
"the Chilling effect data book implementation is a required step of the day and a political refugee of the debate outside and watch the people in the middle of chaos. Gesture less when against said mat work set in the reader faced with the basic question of life, the tragedy and death of the randomness – and therefore its message is the news headlines more durable. Like a whisper, every scream."
the Candidates has chosen the nonfiction selection board, which includes editor in chief emerita Tarja Hurme , Turun sanomat culture and lukemisto head of the Tom Bear and archbishop emeritus Kari Mäkinen . The final winner will select the data the author, emeritus professor Sixten Korkman .
the Prize is eur 30 000.
Yesterday released the nominees for children and young people's literature for the Finlandia prize. You can explore the works here (you move to another service). Non-fiction Finlandia prize nominees will be revealed tomorrow, Thursday.
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