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  1. says:

    Boksirkelen jeg deltar i bragte meg p sporet av denne ud delige klassikeren En ny mulighet til fordype seg i Alexander Kiellands Gift Utenfor norskl rer rammene, og ut fra ren og skj r leseglede Muligheten sammenfalt med vinterferien, og heldige meg h rte hele triologien i l pet av befriende dager i langrennssporet I Dalarnas vinterfjell, med Storytel p ret, smeltet Kiellands elegante skildringer, med all sin detaljrikdom, inn i naturen med full styrke Wenche L vdahl g r aldri av mot Boksirkelen jeg deltar i bragte meg p sporet av denne ud delige klassikeren En ny mulighet til fordype seg i Alexander Kiellands Gift Utenfor norskl rer rammene, og ut fra ren og skj r leseglede Muligheten sammenfalt med vinterferien, og heldige meg h rte hele triologien i l pet av befriende dager i langrennssporet I Dalarnas vinterfjell, med Storytel p ret, smeltet Kiellands elegante skildringer, med all sin detaljrikdom, inn i naturen med full styrke Wenche L vdahl g r aldri av moten Ikke bare var hun et taler r for Kielland og hans samfunnskritiske blikk p slutten av 1800 tallet, vel s viktig er hun for mennesker som lever i undertrykkende og patriarkalske, sosiale strukturer i dag Tanken g r til alle Mariuser og Abrahamer og Wencher av i dag, og til den enorme frigj rende kraften litteratur kan ha Gleden av og kunne oppleve de to frittst ende oppf lgerne til Gift i sammenheng, Fortuna og Sankt Hans Fest , var stor Det gikk som det m tte med den gjenv rende familien L vdahl i triologiens andre bok I f rste bok var det et utdatert, hierarkisk skolevesen som dela familien, i andre bok er det kapitalisme og spekulasjoner i fri flyt Gjennom Abraham og Wenche og Carsten og Clara setter Kielland fokus p alvorlige samfunnsutfordringer med kloke grep, gjennom fokus p det n re Litt skuffet ble jeg da vi ikke fikk f lge familien L vdahl like tett i trilogiens siste bok Samtidig kult at Kielland skriver inn karakterer fra flere av sine andre ber mte romaner i Sankt Hans Fest S presist og s glitrende skriver Kielland at man enkelt lever seg inn i hovedrolleinnehaverne, selv om de ble diktet inn i et samfunn som snart er 150 r gammelt Du verden for en forfatter For en troverdighet For et budskap Alexander Kielland m nok bli med meg ut i langrennssporet flere ganger


  2. says:

    Somewhere between 2 and 3 stars Based on this book alone I don t quite see why Kielland is considered one of the greatest Norwegian authors It s a very simple, very classic story with the same ending as all its contemporary clones.


  3. says:

    howdoireviewbooksireadforschool.jpgMy private notes section just says damn ancient people were really that woke and that s honestly the mood.


  4. says:

    4 starsThis book really surprised me I went in to this with relatively low hopes But this book completely took my by surprise The writing was flawless, and unlike many other old, classic Norwegian books, the language was simple to understand I didnt need to sit with google ready, and google every other word, like i did with Ibsen The themes was brought up in such a clever way And even though I had been spoiled on view spoiler the death of little Marius hide spoiler The story had so 4 starsThis book really surprised me I went in to this with relatively low hopes But this book completely took my by surprise The writing was flawless, and unlike many other old, classic Norwegian books, the language was simple to understand I didnt need to sit with google ready, and google every other word, like i did with Ibsen The themes was brought up in such a clever way And even though I had been spoiled on view spoiler the death of little Marius hide spoiler The story had so muchto it, and took turns I never expected, like view spoiler the suicide of Wenche L vdahl hide spoiler The characters were surprisingly well crafted and i really felt for them.An incredible book, one of my favorite classic books ive read It really made me want to readof Kielland, and classics in general


  5. says:

    Det var en ganske bra bok Hadde ganske enkelt spr k hvis man sammenligner med andre tekster fra denne tiden Det var t ft av Kielland ta opp og kritisere temaer som latinskole, Kirken, klasseskille, kvinners rettigheter, opposjon osv Det som jeg likte best, var disse korte momenter av humor, flettet inn i, noen ganger, tung materiale Et eksempel En skinnsyk mann er alltid latterlig, men aller mest, n r han kommer l pende med en dolk.


  6. says:

    For me it was amazing that already in the late 19th century, the writer formulated problems of the education system we have right now in Hungary It is a forward thinking novel, especially considering the time it was written at I enjoyed it very much.


  7. says:

    Tidenes stillist, sies det Og det m han ogs v re den godeste Alexander Kielland.


  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This is just a wonderful, beautifully written novel, a core work of the Norwegian literary canon, written by one of the Four Greats of 19th century Norwegian literature As with Ibsen, Kielland saw it as his calling to expose injustice and hypocrisy, but unlike Ibsen s condensed plays the novel allows for deeper immersion in the characters which Kielland depicts with psychological insight and humane empathy He also convincingly establishes the fateful life dramas of all the main characters, how This is just a wonderful, beautifully written novel, a core work of the Norwegian literary canon, written by one of the Four Greats of 19th century Norwegian literature As with Ibsen, Kielland saw it as his calling to expose injustice and hypocrisy, but unlike Ibsen s condensed plays the novel allows for deeper immersion in the characters which Kielland depicts with psychological insight and humane empathy He also convincingly establishes the fateful life dramas of all the main characters, how minuscule insincerities and simulations invariably lay the foundation for irreversible corruption And this is what s so heartbreaking to read how the loyal and upstanding adolescent Abraham L vdahl is corrupted following the tragic death of his heart friend, little Marius , undoubtedly the most famous death scene in Norwegian literature, a death which is caused by an inhuman, outdated, dry as talcum powder, Latin school system an elite, elementary school The tragedy of Abraham is partly a result of his proud, free thinking, rebellious mother s lapse of attention as she is distracted by a candid romance of her own that turns out equally or actuallydisastrous than the fate of her dearly beloved son whom she had always attempted to protect from the superficially honorable, status oriented father, professor Carsten L vdahl.My heart bleeds for Abraham L vdahl at the shock of, following his confirmation reception, the confirmation in those days being an event of highest importance marking the crossing of the threshold from childhood to adulthood, when finally alone in his room he encounters the starkest reminder of his once devoted prot g , little Marius, making imperative his own ultimate betrayal of the ideals which his maligned mother represented and which lay at the heart of his friendship and mentorship towards Marius


  9. says:

    2 StarsThis book felt largely dated and irrelevant today And it s mostly very depressive Please do not enter if you aren t in a great place in life I think I expected somethinglike the Worse books I just didn t like this very much I see why it did get attention and I understand it, but it just feels like it was written for another audience Maybe it s evennoticable to me because I finished Peer Gynt yesterday and the timelessness of his works are amazing.


  10. says:

    En sv rt god bok av en av de t ffeste nordmennene p 1800tallet Den m ten han den gangen skrev om relgionens hykleri og klassesamfunnet er imponerende og ogs fortsatt skummelt relevant n over 120 r senere.


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