3 edition of Halldór Laxness. found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 209-215.
|Statement||Translated by Rory McTurk.|
|Series||Twayne"s world authors series, TWAS89: Iceland|
|LC Classifications||PT7511.L3 Z713|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||220|
|LC Control Number||75079208|
And Halldor's characters, regardless of how crass, ignoble, and hardheaded that some of them are (I believe the character of World Light has more heart than any other character in Laxness's books), somehow make you love, embrace, and envy them for all the struggles they go through and all the sacrifices they had to make to get there. Halldor Laxness was born near Reykjavik, Iceland, in His first novel was published when he was seventeen. The undisputed master of contemporary Icelandic fiction, and one of the outstanding novelists of the century, he wrote more than sixty books, including novels, short stories, essays, poems, plays, and : Halldor Laxness.
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Halldor Laxness, Icelandic novelist who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature for having ‘renewed the great narrative art of Iceland.’ He is considered the most creative Icelandic writer Halldór Laxness. book the 20th century. Learn more about Laxness’s life and career, including his notable works.
The book is supremely entertaining throughout, with maybe just a slight lag in the middle when Olafur is in the middle of the Icelandic-Norwegian political issues dominating his town.
I think that perhaps Laxness meant it to be that way, to portray the mundane and /5(27). This book, like the two others, stands at the pinacle.
I first read it in English, but as it isn't an easy read, I then turned to the version in French. Laxness (Nobel Prizewinner in Literature) transports us to Iceland and in this magnificent book.
Bjartur, the Cited by: 3. Like World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War is not just enough zombie story, but also a well written book; so too Independent People by Halldor Laxness is not just another book about Icelandic sheep crofters and separates itself from that crowded genre of literature by the quality of writing/5(K).
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Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Published inWayward Heroes is part of the body of works for which Laxness was awarded the Nobel Prize in It is a masterfully written tragicomedy about the oath-brothers Thorgeir and Thormod, inspired by the old Icelandic sagas Saga of the Sworn Brothers and Saga of Saint brothers fight for glory, raid for treasure, and seduce women against the backdrop of a new cult of Cited by: 4.
The Atom Station, published inis a novel by Icelandic author Halldór Laxness, winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature. I had previously read his novel Independent People, which I enjoyed, so I thought I’d give this one a try/5(28).
Halldor Laxness; drawing by David Levine 1. In the Fifties, in his fifties, the Icelandic writer Halldór Laxness entered a stretch of broad and seemingly easeful creativity. This was an Indian summer whose angling northern sunlight invested the most earthbound objects in his books—stone walls, turf huts, paving stones, spindly trees—with a clement and redemptive glow.
About Halldor Laxness. Halldor Laxness was born near Reykjavík, Iceland, in His first novel was published when he was The undisputed master of contemporary Icelandic fiction and one of the most outstanding novelists of the century, Laxness wrote more than Every year, I try to read at least one classic work of fiction, whether I need to or not.
So far inmy choice has been Halldor Laxness' Nobel Prize winning novel Independent People. This is a book which I had never heard of until it was re-issued in English (the original is Cited by: 3. Laxness's other major early works include World Light (), about a sympathetic folk poet Ólafur Kárason.
The book was based on the life of the minor poet Magnús Hjaltason and showed the influence of Knut Hamsun. The trilogy Iceland's Bell, published when the author was in his 40s, made him a prominent spokesman for the Icelandic nation.
Originally subtitled A Woman in Pants and A Political Love Story, Salka Valka is a stunning book about an extremely strong-willed girl-cum-young-woman named, of course, Salka Valka. So far it's probably my 3rd favorite Laxness, after IP and WL. I'm sorry.
I've been thinking over this book for weeks, since I finished, and I still cannot think of how to execute this review.4/5. Halldór Laxness was born near Reykjavik, Iceland, in His first novel was published when he was seventeen. The undisputed master of contemporary Icelandic fiction and one of the outstanding novelists of the century, he has written more than sixty books, including novels short stories, essays, poems, plays and : Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group.
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The quixotic hero of this long-lost classic is Steinar of Hlidar, a generous but very poor man who lives peacefully on a tiny farm in Brand: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group. Halldór Laxness was born near Reykjavík, Iceland, in His first novel was published when he was seventeen.
The undisputed master of contemporary Icelandic fiction, and one of the outstanding novelists of the century, he wrote more than sixty books, including novels, short stories, essays, poems, plays, and : Halldor Laxness.