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. A variant of Catherine.
The 11th hurricane of the 2005 season, which caused catastrophic damage to Louisiana, Mississippi and parts of Alabama.
Katrina is a Swedish language novel published in 1936, written by Åland author Sally Salminen. The publishing company Holger Schildts Förlag had announced a writing competition, for which Salminen had submitted her first draft of Katrina. Salminen won first prize, and the publisher agreed to publish the novel. According to a nephew of Salminen, Henrik Salminen, her publisher requested 12 different drafts before they finally published the novel. The novel was Salminen's first, and became a surprise success, eventually being translated into more than 20 languages, including English, French and German. On her native Åland the novel caused a bit of controversy, as several characters in the novel was perceived as being negative portrayals of locally influential persons on Åland at that time. The novel has also been adapted into a feature film in 1943 by Swedish film director Gustaf Edgren, and a musical based on the novel, composed by Jack Mattsson, premiered on Åland in 1997.
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If Katrina occurred today.
Nobody knew a Katrina before.
I was actually surprised at how quickly everything came back after Katrina, the city seems to be thriving.
I cried, but the real grieving process takes a while and I didn't get that, it was all about survival after Katrina hit.
In fact, when I was governor, in 16 months we had eight hurricanes and four tropical storms. One of them was called Katrina.
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