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Pan by Knut Hamsun
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May 11, 09

bookshelves: nobel-prize-laureates, 2009
Read in May, 2009

"And when she comes, my heart knows all, and no longer beats like a heart, but rings like a bell." (22)

"Here you are burning out your life for the sake of a worthless schoolgirl, and your nights are full of desolate dreams." (57)

"By my immortal soul, I am full of thanks that it is I who am sitting here! ... 'I love three things,' I go on. 'I love a dream of love I once had; I love you; and I love this spot of ground.' 'And which do you love the most?' 'The dream.' All is still again." (69)
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