The Lady from the Sea
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Ellida Wangel cannot give herself fully to her husband because she is overwhelmed by memories of the past and her attraction to the ocean. Will she suffocate on dry land, or find freedom across the sea?
Translated by Kenneth McLeish, with a full introduction by Stephen Mulrine, biography and suggestions for further reading.
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Review: The Lady from the SeaUser Review - Sarah - Goodreads
The Lady from the Sea is oddly humorous to me, mainly because it sets itself up to be so serious, but has a bit of an ending that makes me think, "....oh.". The plot concerns a woman who thinks that ... Read full review
Review: The Lady from the SeaUser Review - Andre Piucci - Goodreads
Yes, my dear and faithfull Now I'm coming back to you again Now I can For now I come to you freely And on my own responsibility Read full review