Pauliina Haasjoki 
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Pauliina Haasjoki 
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* 07.08.1976, Ulvila, فنلندا
يعيش في: Helsinki, فنلندا

Pauliina Haasjoki, (born in 1976), has published five collections of poetry: Ikkunassa on huone (There's a Room in the Window) 1999, Ukkosen odottajat (Waiting for the Thunder) 2002, Epäilyttävät puut (Suspicious Trees) 2005, Pääskynen ja lepakko (The Swallow and the Bat) 2009 and Aallonmurtaja (The Breakwater) 2011. Aallonmurtaja was nominated for the prestigious Runeberg Literary Prize. 
Haasjoki has also written a poetry dialogue Kolmosten talo (The Triplet's House) 2005, together with Reetta Niemelä. In addition to poetry, Haasjoki has written essays, book reviews and articles; she has been awarded the non-fiction writing prize 'Vuoden kynä' by the Kone Foundation in 2010. 

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Haasjoki's poems can be called thoughtful and philosophical and at the same time rooted in detail and communicated experience. Her language is clear with a flowing syntactic rhythm, which creates the landscape for the inevitable twist and unexpected statement. Her poems are abundant in animals, plants and cosmological trivia.