Inga Stina Ewbank, Olav Lausund, Bjørn J. Tysdahl
Norvik Press, 1999 - Literary Criticism - 356 pages
A collection of essays by British and Nordic scholars examining the cultural and literary cross-currents between Scandanavia and Britain during the years 1850-1914. Attention is focused on the extraordinary Victorian interest in Northern antiquity and the dramatic reception of Ibsen in England.
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