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T. Singer

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Handlingen i T. Singer starter idet hovedpersonen som 34-årig, nyutdannet bibliotekar reiser med toget til Notodden for å begynne et nytt og anonymt liv som ansatt ved biblioteket der. På Notodden forelsker Singer seg i keramikeren Merete Sæthre, og flytter inn sammen med henne og hennes lille datter, men etter få år begynner forholdet å skrante. Like etter at de to har be ...more
Hardcover, 235 pages
Published 1999 by Forlaget Oktober
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Maria les(k)e(d)rik(k)
Jan 17, 2015 rated it really liked it
Hva innebærer det å være snill, når vi til syvende (billion menneske på kloden) og sist er egoister? Forslag?
- Stille opp for andre
- Stå der som en standhaftig fjellrot og være din venn(er)s støtteapparat
- Ofre deg selv
- Utslette deg selv
Andre forslag?
- Være en gledesspreder
- Stå der som en standhaftig fjellrot slik at vennen(e) dine vet hvor de har deg
- Dele av deg selv
- Gi av deg selv


Its an interesting paradox and i know this guy, therefor very interesting paradox ;)

(boken er treig i starten)
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apart geschreven. ik vond de stukken waar hij nadenkt over het schrijven en over de eenzaamheid van zijn stiefdochter mooi.
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Dag Solstad is one of the most recognized Norwegian writers of our time. His debut was in 1956 with the short story collection "Spiraler" (Spirals). His first novel, "Irr! Grønt!", was published four years later. His books have been translated into 30 different languages.

He has won a number of awards, which include the Norwegian critics award three times and also being considered for the Independe
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