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Author: Käkikoski, Hilda

Spouse/other names:Sjöström
Year of birth:1864
Year of death:1912
About her personal situation:StandardizingJWfeb14 Origin • Place of birth : Lapinjärvi • Place(s) of residence: Helsinki • Place of death: Helsinki National identity • Nationality : Finnish • First language(s) : Finnish, Swedish Marital status : - Single Number of children : 0 Social class : - Middle class Education: - Educated at home - School education - University education - Other Religion : - Protestant

Relations to other authors: Pupil of Stenbäck, Ottilia

Mentor of Heporauta, Elsa
Friend of Stenroth, Maria
Mentor of Harmaja, Laura
Mentor of Onerva, L.

About her professional situation:StandardizingJWfeb14 Authorial attribution: - Maiden name Profession(s) and other activities : - Social-cultural activist - Cultural and educational patron - Journalist - Poet - Teacher/governess - Translator from Swedish - Travel writer - Writer for children - Writer of popularizing works Language(s) in which she wrote : - Finnish Collaboration/connections with male authors/publishers and similar. - Not yet checked Financial aspects of her career: - Other income Memberships: - Not yet checked
Elements of bibliography:
Websites: Wikipedia on her
National biography

Editors: Suzan van Dijk (update on 12 December 2009)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 16 May 2010)
Viola Capkova (update on 11 August 2010)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 11 August 2010)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 11 August 2010)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 11 August 2010)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 11 August 2010)
Suzan van Dijk (update on 14 March 2012)
Jasmine Westerlund (update on 05 September 2012)
Jasmine Westerlund (update on 07 September 2012)
Jasmine Westerlund (update on 17 February 2014)
Jasmine Westerlund (update on 18 March 2014)
Jasmine Westerlund (update on 20 March 2014)
Jasmine Westerlund (update on 20 March 2014)
Jasmine Westerlund (update on 08 May 2014)

Works written by this author

E 1 Fichten "Puheet Saksan kansakunnalle" 1807-1808: mitä ne meille opettavat? (*Fichte's "Addresses to the German Nation" 1807-1808: what do these teach to us?) (1909)
E 2 Hilda Käkikoski kirjeittensä ja kirjoitelmiensa valossa (*Hilda Käkikoski in her letters and writings) (1913)
E 3 Hilda Käkikoski: kirjeittensä ja kirjoitelmiensa valossa. 2 osa (*Hilda Käkikoski: in her letters and writings) (1916)
E 4 Isänmaalle : Hilda Käkikosken pitämä puhe Suomen naisyhdistyksen vuosijuhlassa helmik. 20 p. 1899. (For fatherland: a speech by Hilda Käkikoski at the anniversary of the Finnish Women's Association) (1899)
E 5 Lasten kasvattajille Suomen kodeissa: havaintoja ja mietteitä (*For the educators of children in the Finnish homes: observations and musings) (1906)
E 6 Leikki ja työ. (*Play and work) (1903)
E 7 Naisen äänioikeudesta : esitelmä Suomen naisyhdistyksen toimesta Helsingissä Palokunnan talolla marraskuun 4 p:nä 1904 (*About woman's franchise) (1904)
E 8 Päivä Veronassa ja viikko Venetsiassa (*A day in Verona and a week in Venice) (1909)
E 9 Runoja (*Poems) (1907)
E 10 Sotaa vai rauhaa? (War or peace?) (1908)
E 11 Suomen historia nuorisolle. 1 osa, Pakanuuden aika (*The history of Finland for the youth. 1. part, the time of heathenism) (1908)
E 12 Suomen historia nuorisolle. 2 osa, keskiaika (*The history of Finland for the youth. 2. part, Middle Ages) (1912)
E 13 Toivon toukomailta : puheita, esitelmiä ja runoja. 3 / Naisasia isänmaamme elinkysymyksenä ; Uusi aika. (*Speeches, lectures and poems.3. The women's movement as a question of life and death of our fatherland; The new time) (1907)
E 14 Toivon toukomailta: puheita ja esitelmiä. 2, Mitä varten me elämme? ; Suomen tulevaisuus (*Speeches and lectures. 2. Why we live?; The future of Finland) (1905)
E 15 Toivon toukomailta: puheita, esitelmiä ja runoja. 1 , Sota ja nälkä; Toivon laulu (*Speeches, lectures and poems 1. War and hunger; The song of hope) (1903)
E 16 Ylös orjuudesta!: herätyksen sana Suomen naisille vaaliaikana 1909 (*Up from the enslavement!: a word of awakening for the women in Finland during the elections in 1909) (1909)

Authors read by this author

Xreception 1 Furuhjelm, Maria   -   Terwola trädgården