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Tove Jansson built this Moomin House between 1976 and 1979 with Pentti Eskola and Tuulikki Pietilä. It is housed in the Tampere Art Museum in Finland. 20.
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Sun city is a constructed paradise in California where old people go to live out the last days of their life, although perhaps it is more of a hell. Because it turns out that old people are still spiteful, still envious, still petty and still scheming. Tove Jansson is, as always, fearless in her writing.
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Tove Jansson was born and died in Helsinki, Finland. As a Finnish citizen whose mother tongue was Swedish, she was part of the Swedish-speaking Finns minority. Thus, all her books were originally written in Swedish. Although known first and foremost as an author, Tove Jansson considered her careers as author and painter to be of equal importance.
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Tove Jansson Born in 1914 in Helsinki, Finland, Jansson grew up with bohemian artists as parents ― the types of people who owned a pet monkey named Poppolino. Jansson’s father was an indulgent and erratic sculptor of monuments, her mother a defiant illustrator who took a job designing stamps to pay the bills.
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The 70th anniversary of the Moomins is a good excuse to celebrate the life-affirming values of Tove Jansson’s troll family, writes Frank Cottrell Boyce Her experience of growing up gay is
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Although Tove was never a gay activist, through her bold art and brave life choices she remains an inspiration for queer people all over the world. — — The quoted letters appear in Letters from Tove Jansson by Boel Westin and Helen Svensson (translated by Sarah Death), forthcoming English edition published by Sort of Books 8th Oct 2019
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The Moomins: Tove Jansson’s feminist legacy The Finnish author and illustrator used her books to subtly challenge views on how women should live and behave. Now, those stories are part of an
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At Autostraddle, Hannah Williams writes about Tove Jansson and Moomin. "Jansson’s queerness is often left out in stories of her life. Puffin editions of Moomin books talked about how she lived alone on her Finnish island; documentaries still talk of Pietilä as a lifelong friend.