KNUT HAMSUN: The Dark Side of Literary Brilliance
For decades, scholars have wrestled with the dichotomy between Knut Hamson's merits as a writer and his infamous ties to Nazism. But in this incisive study, Zagar argues that those elements should not be separated. In fact, they are quite intertwined, as racist and sexist messages appear in several of his works.
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