An everyday story: Norwegian women's fiction
Norway's tradition of storytelling comes alive in this important anthology of women's fiction. From magical folktales and impassioned stories by the contemporaries of Eliot and Sand, to the work of today's exciting young writers, An Everyday Story captures the essence of many generations of women.
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Constance Ring Amalie Shram
Translated by Katherine Hanson
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