Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Crown Princess Mette-Marit at the Library Conference in Trondheim.

"I sit and read a poem. There are many people in the audience, but you never notice them. They are in the books. Often the pipes in the leaves so that people do when they sleep and turns between two dreams . "

Today Crown Princess Mette - Marit attended the opening of the 74 Norwegian Library Conference. There, she read from Rainer Maria Rilke 's novel "Malte Laurids Brigges opptegnelser" from 1910. The excerpt is taken from the chapter " Biblioteque Nationale " and the Crown Princess also read that during the Oslo Book Festival in 2012 

The Crown Princess was supposed to visit The Library Association's centennial last fall, but the neck prolapse put a stop to it . She came here now instead , says the association's outgoing leader Ingeborg Rygh Hjorten to NRK.
Crown Princess Mette - Marit's visit to Trondheim was also warming up for next week , when she embarks on a literary train on the Nordland Line . During the three-day trip in the Royal Wagon from Bodo to Stjordal will the Crown Princess aims to foster interaction with people about literature and the value of reading.
In Trondheim Wednesday visited Mette - Marit also Mediation in South Trøndelag and the project " monitoring team for young offenders ."
The Library meeting lasts through Friday , and among the topics is e -books , online lectures and national and international library development. Liberal veteran Dørum was the keynote speaker at the opening.

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