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Nikolaj Frobenius

Nikolaj Frobenius (b.1965) is a novelist and screenwriter known for his talent in juxtaposing the past and present, fact and fiction. Frobenius’ novels have been translated into numerous languages and he has since his international literary breakthrough in 1996 received countless international awards. Among Frobenius’ works you’ll find such iconic titles as the classic thriller Insomnia, which Christopher Nolan later turned into a major Hollywood movie starring
Al Pacino, Robin Williams and Hilary Swank.

Frobenius’ latest novel, Notes from Congo, is a riveting depiction of a country in crisis, a story based on true events that stuns and disconcerts as it explores the fragile nature of truth in system, and human, breakdowns.

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Nikolaj Frobenius (b.1965) is one of Norway’s most highly acclaimed novelists and screenwriters. Frobenius’ novels have been translated into numerous languages and he has since his international literary breakthrough in 1996 received countless international awards. Among Frobenius’ works you’ll find such iconic titles as the classic thriller Insomnia, which Christopher Nolan later turned into a major Hollywood movie starring Al Pacino, Robin Williams and Hilary Swank.

Frobenius is now back on the literary scene with the novel Notes from Congo. It’s a riveting depiction of a country in crisis and a story based on true events that stuns and disconcerts as it explores the fragile nature of truth in system, and human, breakdowns.