A spare, powerful, supremely graceful novel from a giant of Norwegian literature
As strange, unsettling, and memorable as The Ice Palace, this remarkable novel carries with it all the compassion, human insight, and lyrical power of all great Vesaas novels. It describes the changing relationships between three adolescents—an unmarried mother who has drowned her newborn child and the girl and boy who befriend her. Their individual reactions to the tragedy and their efforts to communicate with each other form the central theme of the narrative.
- ISBN: 9780720616484 |
- Hardcover: 200 pages |
- Publisher: Peter Owen Publishers |
- Publication date: Apr 1, 2015 |
- Language: English |
- Format: Ebook