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Pillars of Society By Henrik Ibsen
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The Pillars of Society, drama in four acts by Henrik Ibsen, published in Norwegian as Samfundets støtter in 1877 and performed the following year. The play’s title initially refers to... More > Karsten Bernick, whose good reputation is threatened by the return to town of his brother-in-law, Johan Tönnesen and of Johan’s half sister, Lona Hessel, whose love Bernick had rejected in order to marry her rich half sister.< Less
Absalom's Hair By Bjornstjerne Bjornson
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Bjørnstjerne Martinius Bjørnson was a Norwegian writer and the 1903 Nobel Prize in Literature laureate. Bjørnson is considered as one of The Four Greats Norwegian writers; the... More > others being Henrik Ibsen, Jonas Lie, and Alexander Kielland.Bjørnson is celebrated for his lyrics to the Norwegian National Anthem, "Ja, vi elsker dette landet".< Less
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A young Saami girl, Annika, was adopted as a new-born in the mid-eighteen hundreds by wonderful Swedish parents. The loving family immigrated to Minnesota and bought Wilderness Hotel, located by a... More > huge lake. They began training Annika to operate the hotel along with them. Annika sometimes takes things into her own hands with results that do not always turn out for the best.< Less
Saga Six Pack By Snorri Sturluson et al.
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Saga Six Pack brings together six classic sagas:Beowulf, The Prose Edda, The Story Of Gunnlaug The Worm-Tongue and Raven The Skald, Eric The Red, The Sea Fight and Sigurd The Volsung. There is also... More > an introductory essay, What The Sagas Were.< Less
The Simple History - Old Mysteries Reviewed By Ulf Brånell
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 This simple story is about a planet with accessible minerals, gold and silver, that once was discovered by a number of space travelers. For them minerals were in short supply. Not least,... More > they needed gold that is irreplaceable in some space technology, eg as protection against strong UV radiation. Their problem - was to achieve the necessary exploration and mineral mining without having to do the job themselves, for example, with huge amounts imported labor. No useful labor was found on the planet, the closest you could get was some small humanoid tribes who lived by hunting, fishing and they could collect in the jungle. …Thus was born the so-called civilization on Earth. This book reveals irrefutable evidence, right before our eyes to see, for a history we are taught to believe to be too fantastic to be true. Consider the evidence and wake up to another world! Also published as Paperback.< Less
The Fargoer By Petteri Hannila
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In ancient Finland, in a time when Vikings roamed the seas and northern lands were covered with impenetrable forests, young Vierra begins her passage to adulthood. But the medieval north of myth is... More > a dangerous place, and powers both natural and supernatural are ready to take away everything she holds dear. Vierra sets to overcome the odds with her iron will and sharp wit, but fate has more in store for the young woman. As Vierra ventures ever further from her homeland, she discovers that her destiny is far greater than she could have ever imagined. But can she break her path painted in stone? The Fargoer is a historical fantasy adventure that draws its power from the harsh, yet beautiful nature and folklore of Finland.< Less
The Psalms of Mortality, Volume 10: The Humanus Magnus Awakens By Henry M. Piironen
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The Psalms of Mortality are a thematically organized collection of aphorisms that border poetry in literature style. The chapters are rich in metaphors and powerfully expressive in the existential-... More > and psychological thoughts on liberty, elevation of self-worth, love and value of life, while placing strong critique on cultural values that suppress psychological- and social freedom. The theme of the story follows a mythological figure, Chronos Art, who has prayed from an unknown god to never be immortal, holy, enlightened or saintly, and to be granted freely to wander through all the kingdoms of thought. The Psalms of Mortality is completely psychological, where all the reality of the story takes place.< Less
My Love, according to Roxette By Dario Greggio
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A parallel between my love life and the songs from the Scandinavian duo
Wendigo ... By Jared Westervelt
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From Scandinavian legends comes an Upper Peninsula of Michigan story of Wendigo.
The Cross Section: An Exploration of All Things Nordic By Derek Steinweg
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A collection of Scandinavian research journals from students at the University of Wisconsin Madison.

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