Fiction
Title: The district governor's daughters / Camilla Collett ...
Author(s): Camilla Collett
Year: 1855
Considered the first Norwegian feminist novel, Collett's mid-19th-century work here receives its first English edition. Shifting perspective among various ...
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Title: Nothing happened / Ebba Haslund ; translated by Barbara ...
Author(s): Ebba Haslund
Year: 1948
Edle, a Norwegian woman looks back on her college days, her relationships with Bente and Gro, fellow students, and her inability to accept her lesbianism. ...
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Title: Nothing grows by moonlight / Torborg Nedreaas ; translated ...
Author(s): Torborg Nedreaas
Year: 1947
One night, a woman accompanies a stranger home, stays to tell her life story, and leaves. Poverty, abortion, infidelity, cruelty, and rejection define ...
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Title: Alberta and Jacob / Cora Sandel ; translated by Elizabeth ...
Author(s): Cora Sandel
Year: 1926
First published in 1926, ALBERTA AND JACOB is a partly autobiographical depiction of a young woman's rebellion against the narrow values and repressed ...
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Title: Under observation / Amalie Skram ; translated by Katherine ...
Author(s): Amalie Skram
Year: 1895
Under Observation, by nineteenth-century author Amalie Skram consists of two controversial novellas, (Professor Hieronimus and St. Jørgen's) by ...
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Title: Constance Ring / by Amalie Skram ; translated by Judith ...
Author(s): Amalie Skram
Year: 1885
Initially refused by the author's scandalized publisher, Constance Ring is now considered a classic of Scandinavian and women's literature, a passionate ...
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Title: Lucie / Amalie Skram ; translated by Katherine Hanson ...
Author(s): Amalie Skram
Year: 1888
This novel tells the story of the misalliance between Luice, a vivacious and beautiful dancing girl from Tivoli, and Theodor Gerner, a respectable lawyer ...
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Title: Jenny : a novel / Sigrid Undset; translated by W. ...
Author(s): Sigrid Undset
Year: 1911
When Jenny was published in 1911, Undset found herself called immoral "this is a side of the free, artistic life that the vast majority of citizens would ...
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