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Far, mor og oss

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Boken skildrer en familie med likhetstrekk med forfatterens egen: tre veslevoksne døtre, og barnslige kunstnerforeldre. Fortellerstemmen og synsvinkelen, som ligger hos den ene av døtrene, minner om Borgens ene barnebok fra tre år tidligere Anes eventyr. (frå wikipedia: http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Far,_mor...)
111 pages
Published 1945
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Knut Sigurd
Dec 06, 2012 Knut Sigurd rated it it was amazing
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Veldig bra greier. Det er fælt å seie kvasse observasjonar, men det er det. Og dei er formidla i eit veldig litterært språk. Uimotståeleg bok.
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Feb 08, 2016 Lise rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Charming little book about a bohemian family in the 1940s Norway.
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Norwegian author, journalist and critic. He was married to Annemarta Borgen. Under the pseudonym of Mumle Gåsegg (Mumble Goose-egg) he wrote shorter articles in the newspaper Dagbladet, particularly during World War II. His articles were ironic and derogatory of the Nazi government, and he kept this up for a long time before being found out. In the end though, he was caught and sent to the prison ...more
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