"Wanderers" is Knut Hamsun's 1909 novel whose title expresses one of the most central themes to Hamsun's work, that of the wanderer. Hamsun, who won the Nobel Prize in Literature for his monumental work "Growth of the Soil," believed that modern literature should be used to express the intricacies of the human mind. Hamsun's work also is strongly known for his vivid depictions of the natural world and its connection to man. This connection between nature and the characters of Hamsun's novels is particularly evident in the "Wanderers." Presented here is W. W. Worster's translation of Knut Hamsun's "Wanderers."
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