The author, Hans Ole Østergård, studied comparative literature, French and Spanish, at the university of Copenhagen in his youth, and later anthropology at the University of Aarhus, and Japanese, in his free time. He spent most of his life teaching Spanish, with main emphasis on modern Latinamerican literature. Together with Argentine colleague Alejandro Losada, he founded AELSAL – The European Association for the Study of Latinamerican Literature and Culture, which involved travelling around Éurope and the spanish-speaking world. Hans has written seven books: A collection of Poetry,five volumes of adventures and Sci-fi, and lately, The Dream Institute, a sort of fictive biography.
The Dream Institute
Leif Hjernø, a psychologist of Argentine and Danish descent and the son of Danish immigrants, and his secretary, Olga Tretkova, share a common passion for exploring the mysteries of the subconscious mind through their membership in IASD (The International Association for the Study of Dreams). When ...