- Author:Lars Saabye Christensen
- Publisher:Maeva Ediciones S A; 2 edition (November 2, 2005)
- Pages:536 pages
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The dislessical, pugnacious Fred is a marvellous negative character who takes his strength from hating other people and tyrannizing the disadvantaged in body and name Barnum.
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Lars saabye christensen. Translated from the Norwegian by Don Bartlett. John’s shoes were not a lot better as he wore hand-me-downs from his brother, Stig, and he was two years older and one metre eighty-five, John’s shoes were always so big that first of all he had to take a step inside them before he could set off. ‘Think we may have enough car badges now,’ John said, without looking at me.
Lars Saabye Christensen, one of Norway’s most acclaimed novelists, is the prize-winning author of nineteen novels as well as many short stories and poetry. His works have been published in the United States and throughout Europe, as well as Pakistan
Lars Saabye Christensen, one of Norway’s most acclaimed novelists, is the prize-winning author of nineteen novels as well as many short stories and poetry. His works have been published in the United States and throughout Europe, as well as Pakistan. He is the recipient of the Cappelen Prize, the Brage Prize, and the Nordic Council's Literature Prize. Kenneth Steven is a translator, writer, and poet. His longest translation, The Half Brother, was long-listed for the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize and short-listed for the international IMPAC Award
Lars Saabye Christensen (Author), Steven Norby (Translator). Herman is a wonderful story about a young boy in Oslo, Norway, who start losing his hair. And there& this little girl with the most outstandig read hair that he falls in love with.
Lars Saabye Christensen (Author), Steven Norby (Translator). It& a most charming story, and I& read the book twice and seen the movie three times, and I& named my first son Herman. 4 people found this helpful.
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Lars Saabye Christensen, (born 21 September 1953 in Oslo) is a Norwegian/Danish author
Lars Saabye Christensen, (born 21 September 1953 in Oslo) is a Norwegian/Danish author. Saabye Christensen was raised in the Skillebekk neighbourhood of Oslo, but lived for many years in Sortland in northern Norway; both places play a major role in his work. He lives in Blindern, the university district of Oslo. He is half Danish and holds Danish rather than Norwegian citizenship.
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by Lars Saabye Christensen. Estamos en Oslo en 1965, y Noruega, al igual que el resto del mundo, vive bajo el embrujo de los Beatles en un momento de cambios determinantes. Kim tiene 14 años, y como muchos adolescentes, sueña con tener una banda parecida a los Beatles. Junto a sus amigos Ola, Gunnar y Seb, ha formado The Snafus, con los que espera hacer carrera en el mundo de la música.
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