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  • Author:
    Jonas Lie
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    1409730875
  • ISBN13:
    978-1409730873
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    Roberts Press (May 16, 2008)
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    184 pages
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Jonas Lauritz Idemil Lie was born in 1833 His works range from adventures at sea to the misfortunes and narrow life o. .

Jonas Lauritz Idemil Lie was born in 1833. He is considered to be one of the four great Norwegian novelists. He was sent to naval school, but his poor eyesight made him unsuitable for a career at se.In 1857 he received his law degree and set up practice. His works range from adventures at sea to the misfortunes and narrow life of women. His first novel, The Visionary or Pictures from Nordland is a story of the sea and the superstitions of Scandinavia. The Family at Gilje tells the story of the life of an officer's family.

One of Life's Slaves book. His works range from depictions of life at sea, the fishermen and the stormy Arctic Ocean to social misfortunes and the narrow existence endured by women. His first major work, Den Fremsynte (The Visionary or Pictures from Nordland) Jonas Lauritz Idemil Lie (1833 - 1908) was a Norwegian author considered to be one of the four greats of 19th century Norwegian literature.

In taking Christiania life for the subject of Livsslaven, Jonas Lie attempted for the second time to break down the preconceived opinion of critics, that such a subject did not come within his province. They were accustomed to have tales of sea-life from his pen, and could not readily be persuaded that another sphere of life might afford equal scope for his talent.

In taking Christiania life for the subject of "Livsslaven," Jonas Lie attempted for the second time to break down the preconceived opinion of critics, that such a subject did not come within his province

JONAS LIE. Author of "The Visionary," etc. etc. Translated from the Norwegian by Jessie Muir. In taking Christiania life for the subject of "Livsslaven," Jonas Lie attempted for the second time to break down the preconceived opinion of critics, that such a subject did not come within his province. They were accustomed to have tales of sea life from his pen, and could not readily be persuaded that another sphere of life might afford equal scope for his talent.

The Project Gutenberg eBook, One of Life's Slaves, by Jonas Lauritz Idemil Lie, Translated by Jessie Muir. E-text prepared by Clare Boothby, Jim Wiborg, and the Project Gutenberg Online Distributed Proofreading Team. One of life's slaves.

One of life’s slaves. Jonas lie: a bibliography. Jonas Lie was born at Hokksund in Øvre Eiker, in the county of Buskerud, Norway. Five years after his son’s birth, Lie’s father was appointed sheriff of Tromsø, which lies within the Arctic Circle, and young Jonas Lie spent six of the most impressionable years of his life at that remote port. He was sent to the naval school at Fredriksværn; but his defective eyesight caused him to give up a life at sea.

One of Life's Slaves. Jonas Lauritz Idemil Lie. Publisher Description. It is a book which discuss religious matters. by Jonas Lauritz Idemil Lie. Published 1895 by Hodder brothers in London. PZ. 6203 On. The Physical Object. vi . 1 . 176 p. ID Numbers.

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