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Kati-Claudia Fofonoff

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Kati-Claudia Fofonoff
Born(1947-12-08)8 December 1947
Ivalo, Finland
Died12 June 2011(2011-06-12) (aged 63)
Resting placeRovaniemi Orthodox Cemetery
Occupationwriter, translator
LanguageSkolt Saami, Finnish

Kati-Claudia Fofonoff (8 December 1947 in Ivalo – 12 June 2011[1]) was a Skolt Saami author and translator who wrote in Skolt Saami and Finnish. Her books have also been translated into Northern Saami, Norwegian and Icelandic.

Works

  • Parnasso 2 1982 (Poems in Finnish)
  • Koparat: joulukoparat 1987 (Poems in Finnish)
  • Paatsjoen laulut - Pââšjooǥǥ laulli 1988-1989 (book and cassette)
  • Jânnam muttum nuuʹbbiooʹri 1998 (Poems in Skolt Saami)
  • Vuämm Jeeʹelvueiʹvv. Mainnâz. 2004
  • Vanha jäkäläpää 1–2 2005 (CD)
  • Suonikylän poluilta 1–3 2005 (CD)

Translations

References

  1. ^ Moshnikoff, Satu (8 October 2011). "In memoriam Kati-Claudia Fofonoff" (in Finnish). Retrieved 17 October 2011.

External links

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