|LC control no.||no2014121490
|Personal name heading||Emil (Fictitious character from Lindgren)
|Variant(s)||Emil, of Lönneberga (Fictitious character)
Emil, i Lönneberga (Fictitious character)
Svensson, Emil (Fictitious character)
Michel, aus Lönneberga (Fictitious character)
Emil, í Kattholti (Fictitious character)
Zozo, la Tornade (Fictitious character)
Emil, in Lönneberga (Fictitious character)
|Found in||Lindgren, Astrid. Emil i Lönneberga, 2002.
Lindgren, Astrid. Emil i Lönneberga. English. Emil in the soup tureen, 1989.
Lindgren, Astrid. Emil i Lönneberga. English. Emil's pranks, 1971.
Lindgren, Astrid. Än lever Emil i Lönneberga, 2002.
Lindgren, Astrid. Nya hyss av Emil i Lönneberga, 1966.
Lindgren, Astrid. Den där Emil, c1972.
Wikipedia, September 13, 2014: Emil i Lönneberga (Emil of Lönneberga (Swedish: Emil i Lönneberga) is a series of children's novels by Astrid Lindgren, covering twelve books written from 1963 to 1997. Emil, the title character, is a prankster who lives on a farm in the district of Lönneberga in Småland, Sweden; Emil Svensson lives with his family on a farm called Katthult, set in the village of Lönneberga a few miles from the town of Vimmerby. His age ranges from about five to eight in the books; In Germany, Emil is known as "Michel aus Lönneberga". The German publisher decided to rename the main character for marketing reasons. When the book was published in West Germany in the 1960s, another "Emil" was already well known in children's literature, the boy Emil Tischbein in Erich Kästner's "Emil und die Detektive" from the 1920s. In Iceland, the books are known as "Emil í Kattholti"; In France, Emil was rechristened as "Zozo la Tornade") Emil i Lönneberga (film) (Emil i Lönneberga is a 1971 Swedish film, the first of three films based on the Emil i Lönneberga books written by Astrid Lindgren)
astridlindgren.se website, September 13, 2014: Characters > Emil in Lönneberga (Emil in Lönneberga; Emil)
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