Hunger (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Feb 1, 1998 - Fiction - 240 pages
8 Reviews





First published in Norway in 1890, probes into the depths of consciousness with frightening and gripping power. Like the works of Dostoyevsky, it marks an extraordinary break with Western literary and humanistic traditions.
  

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User Review  - Leonard - Goodreads

In Knut Hamsun's Hunger, the narrator and protagonist roams the streets of Kristiania (Oslo) and searches for food and later lodging. A writer of questionable success, he submits his writings to a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Emilian Kasemi - Goodreads

Hunger was immediately added to my favorite shelf! With other precious books I love the most! As the title may suggest, this is a book about hunger. But not the collective hunger as we are used to ... Read full review

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PART ONE
PART THREE
PART FOUR
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About the author (1998)

Nobel Prize winner Knut Hamsun (1858Ė1952) worked as a laborer in both Scandinavia and America before establishing himself as a successful playwright and novelist.


Sverre Lyngstad, the preeminent scholar of Norwegian literature, is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of English and Comparative Literature at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.


Sverre Lyngstad, the preeminent scholar of Norwegian literature, is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of English and Comparative Literature at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.

Nobel Prize winner Knut Hamsun (1858Ė1952) worked as a laborer in both Scandinavia and America before establishing himself as a successful playwright and novelist.


Sverre Lyngstad, the preeminent scholar of Norwegian literature, is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of English and Comparative Literature at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.


Sverre Lyngstad, the preeminent scholar of Norwegian literature, is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of English and Comparative Literature at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.

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