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    “Growth of the soil was something different a thing to be procured at any cost; the only source the origin of all A dull and desolate existence? Nay least of all A man had everything; his powers above his dreams his loves

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    Regardless of my own views on Hamsun the man I'm sure I'm not the only one to be bothered by his Nazi sympathies there is no doubt Hamsun the novelist is up there with the best of them Very rarely would I describe a novel as

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    'Then comes the evening' Those who have seen the film Hamsun starring Max Von Sydow will recall seeing several scenes with Marie Hamsun finishing a novel with this line at book readings Growth of the Soil Nobel laureate Knut Hamsun’s 1917 novel widely regarded as his masterpiece is that novel Powerful in its

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    Despite the fact that this book won Hamsun a Nobel Prize in Literature it is often Hamsun's most misunderstood novel Not much seems to happen in the 400 pages of Isak a mysterious near god like figure building his farm Even when things do happen Hamsun's writing is surprisingly calm despite the possibility of disaster Wh

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    Get this edition On the front cover is a young man walking on plowed ground Above is the book's modest title Growth of the Soil and in smaller case Knut Hamsun's Greatest Novel Open it and you'll see the book's title again the autho

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    It started off greatly Great setting close to nature and a farmer as protagonist Isaac is a tiller of soil and loves his job passionately And continues doing it refusing better opportunities and while a whole town develops around him he still

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    355I'd like to say the controversy of the author's political beliefs does not affect my rating in the slightest but that is almost certainly a lie Saddening as it is the knowledge made me a little mindful and a lot less forgiving of the fund

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    Expected proto Nazi narrative propaganda Instead found a mythic Norwegian backwoods agrarian Winesburg Ohio emphasizing the virtue of hardworkproductivity for its own sake cultivation of soil and spirit necessity over frivolity or desire for something than nature provides and literalfigurative rootedness Loved the steady tone how the tense

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    35 The rugged man stood there with a miracle before him; a thing created first of all in a sacred mist showing forth now in life with a little face like an allegoryThe writing style of Hamsun’s ‘epic’ is uite different from the other two earlier period Hamsun novels I've read and in some ways it reminded me of Buck's The Good Earth though Hamsun is much intrusive as a narrator The above sentence is from

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    As much as a reader may want to come before a book with an open mind there are always at least three barriers to an unadulterated read First and most obviously come the reader's circumstances his history his beliefs his lack of time or his state of mind at any one point of the reading experience The other two are optional and vary depending on the book the cover with all its contents from the pleasant or poor title the famous or

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REVIEW ô MZINES.CO.UK ☆ Knut Hamsun

S at the turn of the 20th century It created an international sensation upon first publication and led to th. It started off greatly Great setting close to nature and a farmer as protagonist Isaac is a tiller of soil and loves his job passionately And continues doing it refusing better opportunities and while a whole town develops around him he still continues to look down upon anything industrial There are a couple of powerful scenes scattered around as well such as one where he can t dig out a rock because of his ageing body and is embarrassed or where he must seek the legal ownership of land he thought he had owned for such a long timeBooks about lives close to nature are something I like but you need to have a plot in there somewhere It is not that nothing happens in

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A grand sweeping saga of sacrifice and struggle this epic tale recaptures the world of Norwegian homesteader. Growth of the soil was something different a thing to be procured at any cost the only source the origin of all A dull and desolate existence Nay least of all A man had everything his powers above his dreams his loves his wealth of superstition Having spent most of a weekend driving through the woods in V rmland close to the Norwegian border reflecting on the strange way in which time seems to have stopped there in the remote countryside I remembered my phase of passionate Lagerl f and Hamsun reading Those two understood the attraction and oppression of life lived on the harsh limits dictated by nature s omnipresent volatility and by a small community

REVIEW ô MZINES.CO.UK ☆ Knut Hamsun

E author's 1920 Nobel Prize in Literature Rich in symbolism it continues to resonate with modern readers tod. 35 The rugged man stood there with a miracle before him a thing created first of all in a sacred mist showing forth now in life with a little face like an allegoryThe writing style of Hamsun s epic is uite different from the other two earlier period Hamsun novels I ve read and in some ways it reminded me of Buck s The Good Earth though Hamsun is much intrusive as a narrator The above sentence is from early on in the novel and is easily my favorite though it is with the allegorical aspects of this novel that I struggled I struggled even so with some of Hamsun s ideas especially those embodied in the female charactersThe ending is beautifully written if