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    Haugenbok.no Fagbøker Språk Litterære tekster Knut Hamsun: transgression and worlding

    Knut Hamsun: transgression and worlding

    Knut Hamsun: transgression and worlding

    Knut Hamsun: transgression and worlding

    Levering 2-6 dager

    329,-

    ISBN:

    9788251927284

    Forlag:

    Tapir academic press

    Trykkeår:

    2011

    Utgitt:

    2011

    Utgave:

    1

    Sider:

    310

    Vekt:

    588 gr

    Alder:

    Voksen

    Serie:

    Acta Nordica. Studier i språk og litteraturvitenskap

    Knut Hamsun: transgression and worlding
    Tapir academic press
    9788251927284

    Forlagets omtale:

    For those interested in a broad pursuit of Norwegian novelist Knut Hamsun's literary contributions, very little has been published in English. One finds Hamsun biographies, overviews of Hamsun's oeuvre in literary histories, articles containing analyses of various works, and a few dissertations and LES MER monographs. International literary scholarship has, however, lacked a book presenting contemporary, theoretically informed approaches to Hamsun's writing. Knut Hamsun: Transgression and Worlding presents sixteen new readings of Hamsun's works. The book is aimed at students and literary scholars within the fields of Scandinavian Studies, Comparative Literature, and World Literature, exploring transgressive and transnational aspects of Hamsun's writings. These readings contextualize Hamsun's oeuvre within his polemical writing, his literary milieu, and his personal history. Taken as a whole, Knut Hamsun: Transgression and Worlding presents a complex and at times contradictory evaluation of this important but highly problematic author. LES MINDRE Forlagets omtale For those interested in a broad pursuit of Norwegian novelist Knut Hamsun's literary contributions, very little has been published in English. One finds Hamsun biographies, overviews of Hamsun's oeuvre in literary histories, articles containing analyses of various works, and a few dissertations and monographs. International literary scholarship has, however, lacked a book presenting contemporary, theoretically informed approaches to Hamsun's writing. Knut Hamsun: Transgression and Worlding presents sixteen new readings of Hamsun's works. The book is aimed at students and literary scholars within the fields of Scandinavian Studies, Comparative Literature, and World Literature, exploring transgressive and transnational aspects of Hamsun's writings. These readings contextualize Hamsun's oeuvre within his polemical writing, his literary milieu, and his personal history. Taken as a whole, Knut Hamsun: Transgression and Worlding presents a complex and at times contradictory evaluation of this important but highly problematic author.