Isak dinesen



[din-uh-suh n, dee-nuh-] /ˈdɪn ə sən, ˈdi nə-/

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Isak
[ee-sahk] /ˈi sɑk/ (Show IPA), (pen name of Baroness Karen Blixen) 1885–1962, Danish author.
/ˈdɪnɪsən/
noun
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Isak (ˈaɪzək), pen name of Baroness Karen Blixen. 1885–1962, Danish author of short stories in Danish and English, including Seven Gothic Tales (1934) and Winter’s Tales (1942). Her life story was told in the film Out of Africa (1986)

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