A notable writer in the literary Norwegian firmament was Jens Bjornebo who was the leading radical star
outspoken and a perfect spokesman for modern times in
the sixties and seventies.
Jens, let's call him Jens came from an upper-class shipping family and received a top education at the time
when only a few could afford to go to university.
Since his father was in ship owner class, bantam Jens joined the merchant navy, but only for a short time he was not of the material needed as a sailor.
Jens was a multi-talented man, who wrote poems, romances
dabbled in movies and was a noted amateur painter.
Jens was a popular figure at that time, he was openly critical of modern society he found it stiffing and
restraint for free democratic practices his views were
well-liked among the elite of writers and communicators
his several books were well-received mainly because
his words didn't shy away from writing in a way that at the time was seen as anti-democratic
The talent Jens had a problem when alcohol was served
he, when a child drank his father's after-shave lotion and
as he got older his problem got worse and worse till
he finally managed to stop, but this depressed him so deeply, that he felt as if he was not able to write anymore so he
hung himself from the rafter, and that was that.