Signe Marie "Zinken" Hopp, née Brochmann (9 January 1905 – 3 September 1987) was a Norwegian author, poet and playwright. She is best known for writing children's books, and for her cheerful poems. She was also writing biographies. Signe Marie Brochmann was born at Ullensvang in Hordaland, Norway. She was a daughter of journalist Diderik Hegermann Brochmann (1879–1955) and Margit Hagen (1896–1962). She was a sister of Odd Brochmann, granddaughter of Bodvar Fredrik Johannes Brochmann (1852–1930) and niece of Georg Brochmann. Zinken was her nickname from childhood.

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  • Signe Marie "Zinken" Hopp, née Brochmann (9 January 1905 – 3 September 1987) was a Norwegian author, poet and playwright. She is best known for writing children's books, and for her cheerful poems. She was also writing biographies. Signe Marie Brochmann was born at Ullensvang in Hordaland, Norway. She was a daughter of journalist Diderik Hegermann Brochmann (1879–1955) and Margit Hagen (1896–1962). She was a sister of Odd Brochmann, granddaughter of Bodvar Fredrik Johannes Brochmann (1852–1930) and niece of Georg Brochmann. Zinken was her nickname from childhood. Hopp translated Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland into Norwegian. Her own books, which were mostly for children, include The Magic Chalk, its sequel Jon and Sofus, and over a dozen others. In 1932 she married broadcasting personality Einar Meidell Hopp (1899–1956). She died during 1987 in Bergen. (en)
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  • Signe Marie "Zinken" Hopp, née Brochmann (9 January 1905 – 3 September 1987) was a Norwegian author, poet and playwright. She is best known for writing children's books, and for her cheerful poems. She was also writing biographies. Signe Marie Brochmann was born at Ullensvang in Hordaland, Norway. She was a daughter of journalist Diderik Hegermann Brochmann (1879–1955) and Margit Hagen (1896–1962). She was a sister of Odd Brochmann, granddaughter of Bodvar Fredrik Johannes Brochmann (1852–1930) and niece of Georg Brochmann. Zinken was her nickname from childhood. (en)
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