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Knut Hamsun : dreamer and dissenter

Auteur : Ingar Sletten Kolloen
Éditeur : New Haven [Conn.] ; London : Yale University Press, 2009.
Édition/format :   Livre : Biographie : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
Base de données :WorldCat
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"Norwegian writer Knut Hamsun (1859 - 1952), winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1920, was a man both brilliant and controversial. Lauded for his literary achievements by Hemingway, Gide, Hesse, and others, he also provoked outrage for his open collaboration with the Fascists during the German occupation of Norway and for his insistent refusal to renounce his Nazi sympathies. This gripping biography of  Lire la suite...
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Genre/forme : Biographie
Biography
Personne nommée : Knut Hamsun; Knut Hamsun
Type d’ouvrage : Biographie
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Ingar Sletten Kolloen
ISBN : 9780300123562 0300123566
Numéro OCLC : 263977351
Note sur la langue : Translated from the Norwegian.
Notes : Abridged ed. of the author's two volume work published in Norwegian as Hamsun : svermeren and Hamsun : eroberen in 2003-2004.
Description : xii, 378 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contenu : Part I --
Before the iron nights --
The expulsion --
The chosen one --
A shock --
Off to America --
Writing for dear life --
An undiscovered genius --
A sense of clarity --
The fractional workings of the soul --
The moment of triumph --
Posturing --
Divine madness --
Seducer and poet --
Part II --
Death to the prophets! --
The Sphinx with no riddle --
A charlatan takes flight --
A literary thief --
A Parisian tour --
Longing for Edvarda --
I beat Ibsen to the ground --
Lies --
Fever-free --
Journeying East --
Prodigal son, failed husband --
I shall spit in God's eye --
The break-up of two unions --
A happy house in the forest? --
Away from the city --
Part III --
My only love on this Earth --
There is no such things [sic] as harmony --
Let the dirt of city life go --
Bjornson's throne is vacant --
Putting down roots --
Just hysteria and nerves --
The view from the hotel --
War and murder --
Myriads of characters --
Full control, but at what price? --
I must be rid of this farm --
I am not happy in the city --
A Paradise on Earth --
Master of Norholm --
How we all struggle --
Hell is the city --
Friends and enemies in Stockholm --
To Stockholm with a new dress --
Come, Death! --
Success and anxiety --
The balancing artist --
The wizard's cold artistry --
A giant buys himself --
Eternal conflict --
Part IV --
A new spring? --
I shall write like a young man again --
Old man's prattle? --
A literary emperor --
Greatness, what is that? --
A red streak --
A convalescent in search of reconciliation --
A romantic --
"Wilkommen, Knut Hamsun!" --
When the author opens up --
The world has come to the end of the road --
Hidden romance --
Prostrate before the incarnation of power --
Father and son in Goebbels's clasp --
At the Gates of the Kingdom --
I feel sympathy for the Jew too --
I feel I am decaying --
To win or perish --
I bring greetings from Hamsun --
Part V --
Nothing but reality --
Yes or no, Herr Reichskommissar! --
Even if Hitler himself invited me --
The web of destiny --
He shall succeed --
You understand nothing! --
A defeated devotee --
We will see nothing but destruction now! --
the end of the future --
I plead not guilty --
The stakes in the "Hamsun Case" --
The unshakeable writer --
The clinic --
Battles and treacheries --
A necessary diagnosis --
A frozen tap --
We have sinned so greatly --
My conscience is clear! --
A glimmer of hope? --
Strange to be a dead man before I am dead --
The lion's claw --
A suicide mission --
...But no martyr --
She came with the spring.
Autres titres : Drømmer og erobrer.
Responsabilité : Ingar Sletten Kolloen ; translated by Deborah Dawkin and Erik Skuggevik.

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Norwegian writer Knut Hamsun (1859-1952), winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1920, was both a brilliant and controversial man. This biography offers a nuanced account of this morally  Lire la suite...

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