The old man and his sons
The story of people living on the remote Faroe Islands in the North Sea, and theirálives and struggles, tragedies and laughter. It tells the tale of the transformation of a rural society into a modern nation of fisheries and the conflicts between generations that result.
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Rating: 3.5* of five The Publisher Says: These are the Faroe Islands as they were some fifty years ago: sea-washed and remote, with one generation still tied to the sea for sustenance, and a younger ... Read full review
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