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Dødsmåter

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Forfatteren Jørgen M. Tolo har flyttet ut på landet for å skrive på et verk om kjente menneskers bisarre dødsmåter. Men han klarer ikke konsentrere seg, og mens han forsøker igjen og igjen, skjer det noe dramatisk like utenfor stuevinduet. Et lite barn er i ferd med å utsette seg for livsfare. Situasjonen er farlig, men tør Jørgen M. Tolo å gripe inn? Kan han gripe inn? De ...more
Paperback, 203 pages
Published 2007 by Aschehoug (first published 2006)
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Arnstein Pettersen
A novel that concerns itself with the divergent paths a person can take towards ones own death or that of others, yet also a story about how one can choke a life through anxiety.

Life and death are central themes of this book; the title, Dødsmåter (Ways to Die), is in no way opaque about that. The third, and perhaps most important theme, is less apparent when examining the cover: Anxiety – then in particular the anxiety of of other people's ire. Such anxiety can put severe limitations on one's ab
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