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Eystein Eggen (born 5 January 1944) is a Norwegianmarker writer.

As a novelist Eggen made his debut with a story built on the life and death of general Carl Gustav Fleischer, the Norwegian commander in chief at Narvikmarker 1940. Besides a portrait of the writer Agnar Mykle, his late father-in-law, Eggen has written novels with topics from the Norwegian Middle Ages. Eggen is from a family with several other contemporary Norwegian writers. In 1993 Eggen published The boy from Gimle - the story of a Nazi child, where he frankly and movingly tells about growing up in a Nazi milieu. Two years later the Norwegian war children got an official excuse. Eggen became a State Scholar in 2003. "He is a symbol of an entire generation", the spokesman for Labour said in parliament.

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