Shallow Soil by Knut Hamsun

Shallow Soil

Shallow Soil
by Knut Hamsun

Publisher: eBooks@Adelaide 2009
ISBN/ASIN: 1444438220
Number of pages: 196

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Not only is this book Knut Hamsun's most significant work, but it gives the very best description available of life in Christiania toward the close of the century. A book of exquisite lyric beauty, of masterly psychology, and finished artistic form.

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