|Original title||Tösen från Stormyrtorpet|
|Translator||Velma Swanston Howard|
Published in English
The story was originally featured in the collection En saga om en saga och andra sagor, published through Bonniers in 1908. The whole collection was published in English as The Girl from the Marsh Croft in 1910, translated by Velma Swanston Howard. The story was republished in Sweden in 1917 in its own volume.
Seven film adaptations exist. The first was a 1917 adaptation by Victor Sjöström, known as The Lass from the Stormy Croft, which was a vital early part of what is known as the Golden Age of Swedish Silent Cinema. The other versions are a German and a Turkish in 1935, a Finnish in 1940, another Swedish in 1947, a Danish in 1952 and another German in 1958.
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