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Norsk bokfortegnelse
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Year: 1974
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Norsk bokfortegnelse. Arskatalog
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Year: 1975
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Pan
Author: Knut Hamsun
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Pages: 202
Year: 1921
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Paa: a Tribute
Author: Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe Jr.
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595759475
Pages: 158
Year: 2004-03-07
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Notable critical praise for Okoampa-Ahoofe's poetry: "Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe is a poet whose aunt once aptly called him a 'son of drums.' Poetry is his drum, on which he beats contrapuntal polyrhythms of praise and criticism, joyous celebration and bitter defeat, sexual exultation and existential despair. His poems are passionate in the fullest sense of the word like sheet music for percussion" -Bobbie Kramer, literary critic and scholar.
Pan African short stories
Author: Neville Denny
Publisher: Nelson Thomson Learning
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Pages: 223
Year: 1965
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Arnljot Gelline
Author: Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
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Pages: 155
Year: 1917
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The Sharks
Author: Jens Bjørneboe
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Pages: 241
Year: 1992
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Set at the end of the 19th century, this novel is a tale of mutiny and shipwreck. The narrator, Peder Jensen, is both competent second mate and unworldly philosopher. Esther Greenleaf Muerer has previously translated other works by Jens Bjorneboe, including Moment of Freedom.
The Heritage of the Kurts
Author: Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
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Year: 1908
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The Case of Mr. Crump
Author: Ludwig Lewisohn
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 0374504482
Pages: 311
Year: 1947
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"We have here, then a novelistic document of life, of the inferno of a marriage. ... --a marriage that should never have been contracted nor would have been save for the man's weakness and youthful inexperience."--Preface, p. vii.
The Man Within
Author: Graham Greene
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1504054008
Pages: 195
Year: 2018-05-15
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The “strikingly original” debut novel by the masterful British author is “a perfect adventure” of love and smuggling on the English coast (The Nation). Francis Andrews is a reluctant smuggler living in the shadow of his brutish father’s legacy. To exorcise the ghosts of the man he loathes, Andrews betrays his colleagues to authorities and takes flight across the downs. It’s here that he stumbles upon the isolated cottage of a beguiling stranger named Elizabeth—an empathetic young woman who is just as lonely, every bit the outsider as he, and reconciling a troubling past of her own. Andrews, a man on the run from those he exposed, believes he’s found refuge and salvation. But when Elizabeth encourages him to return to the courts of Lewes and give evidence against his accomplices, the treacherous and deadly repercussions may be beyond their control. “The ultimate strengths of [Graham] Greene’s books is that he shows us the hazards of compassion,” a theme that would find its earliest expression in The Man Within, his first published novel (Pico Iyer).
Dust
Author: Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
Publisher: London : W. Heinemann
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Pages: 317
Year: 1897
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31 Dream Street
Author: Lisa Jewell
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ISBN: 0718145984
Pages: 460
Year: 2007
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In a rambling house, failed poet Toby Dobbs has created a refuge for people who need one. But when a quiet tragedy and an unwelcome letter interrupt Toby's sedate existence, he needs his housemates to find some direction in their lives. Leah Pilgrim has watched the tenants of the house over the road for several years, and when the owner of 31 Silversmith Road asks her for advice, he opens the door not only to the eccentric building across the street - but to five lives in various stages of turmoil. Can Toby and Leah help these misfits to grow up, move on and move out? And in doing so, can they make their own dreams come true?
Second Harvest
Author: Jean Giono
Publisher: Harvill Press
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Pages: 121
Year: 1999
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Aubignane is a village in Provence; or, rather, it was, for it has long been dying. The only inhabitants remaining are the old blacksmith, the well-digger's widow and Panturle, the hunter. Now the blacksmith and the widow abandon the village, the latter promising she will find Panturle a wife. He is not made for solitude and gradually he becomes morose almost to the point of madness. Then a woman comes to the village as if by some supernatural path. She is all it takes for Panturle to start digging the land again and planting wheat, a second harvest. The bread will give sustenance to new life, a village with children once more. In Second Harvest Jean Giono shows once again the sensuous eye for the details of country life and the subtle insights into human behaviour which made him one of France's greatest 20th century storytellers.
The Emigrants
Author: Johan Bojer
Publisher: The National Academies
ISBN: 087351260X
Pages: 351
Year: 1991
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Bojer's novel of Norwegian emigration in the 1880s tells of young villagers who leave the Old World to seek a better life. Their trek takes them to homesteads in North Dakota, where they find that breaking the sod and surviving blizzards are easier than feeling at home in this new land. First published in 1925.
Wait Until Spring, Bandini
Author: John Fante
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062013173
Pages: 272
Year: 2010-05-25
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He came along, kicking the snow. Here was a disgusted man. His name was Svevo Bandini, and he lived three blocks down that street. He was cold and there were holes in his shoes. That morning he had patched the holes on the inside with pieces of cardboard from a macaroni box. The macaroni in that box was not paid for. He had thought of that as he placed the cardboard inside his shoes.

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