Jac the Clown
Hjalmar Bergman is one of the most important figures in twentieth-century Swedish literature, and his last novel, Jac the Clown (1930), is widely considered to be his best and most innovative work. Shaped by his own experiences as a Hollywood script writer, and tragi-comic in tone, it tells the story of Benjamin 'Benbe' Borck, who travels to America to visit his famous art...more
Hardcover, 212 pages
Published April 21st 1996 by Camden House (NY)
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