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Reykjavik trilogien

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Samlet udgave af RIDDERNE AF DEN RUNDE TRAPPE, VINGESLAG I TAGRENDEN og REGNDRÅBERNES EPILOG.
Einar Már Guðmundsson brød igennem med de tre romaner, som tilsammen udgør Reykjavik-trilogien. Med en blanding af barok humor og poetisk realisme fortæller Einar Már Guðmundsson tre forunderlige og dramatiske historier, der tager udgangspunkt i en gruppe drenges opvækst i et af Re
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Hardcover, 558 pages
Published 1998 by Vindrose (first published 1982)
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Ali
Jun 27, 2013 Ali rated it liked it
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This is a translated version in Danish, the original language of the book is Icelandish.

Ejner Mar Gudmundsson is a rather young auther from Iceland. Though he is not well known in the rest of the world, he is famous in Scandinavia, has recieved the most honourable literature prize in Scandinavia (Nordisk Raads Literaturpris, 1995). His works are translated to many languages in the area, also to German and some other languages, but I couldn’t find very many of them in English. One can observ Gudm
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Einar Már Guðmundsson received a B.A. in Comparative Literature and History from the University of Iceland in 1979, after which he moved to Copenhagen to do graduate work in Comparative Literature at the University of Copenhagen.

Einar's first book, the collection of poetry Er nokkur í kórónafötum hér inni? (Is Anyone Here Wearing the Korona Line?), appeared in 1980. In 1985 he received first prize
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