Kristin: A Reading

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University of Missouri Press, 1992 - Literary Criticism - 92 pages
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Distinguished novelist, critic, and teacher Andrew Lytle turns his creative insight to a much overlooked literary classic, Nobel Prize winner Sigrid Undset's Saga of Kristin Lavransdatter. Lytle's sensitive interpretation will be an invaluable companion to modern readers of this classic.

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Andrew Lytle taught English and American Literature for five decades at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee, and served as editor of the Sewanee Review for many years.  He is the recipient of numerous awards, including the prestigious Richard M. Weaver Award for Scholarly Letters.  He is the author of many novels and critical works, including The Velvet Horn, The Long Night, Southerners and Europeans:  Essays in a Time of Disorder, and From Eden to Babylon:  The Social and Political Essays of Andrew Nelson Lytle

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