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New Publications

New in 2014:

Love and Modernity: Scandinavian Literature, Drama and Letters
C. Claire Thomson and Elettra Carbone (eds.)
Fru Inés
Amalie Skram, translated by Katherine Hanson and Judith Messick
Barbara
Jørgen-Franz Jacobsen, translated by George Johnston
Re-Writing the Script: Gender and Community in Elin Wägner
Helena Forsås-Scott

New in 2013:

Nils Holgersson's Wonderful Journey through Sweden: Volume 1
Selma Lagerlöf, translated by Peter Graves
Nils Holgersson's Wonderful Journey through Sweden: Volume 2
Selma Lagerlöf, translated by Peter Graves
The God of Chance
Kirsten Thorup, translated by Janet Garton

New in 2012:

The Contract Killer
Benny Andersen, translated by Paul Russell Garrett
The Railroad: With an introduction by Jyrki Nummi and original illustrations by Eero Järnefelt
Juhani Aho, translated by Owen Witesman
Strindberg's One-Act Plays: A Selection: Simoom, Facing Death, The Outlaw, The Bond
August Strindberg, translated by Agnes Broomé, Anna Holmwood, John K Mitchinson, Mathelinda Nabugodi, Anna Tebelius and Nichola Smalley
The Family at Gilje: With original illustrations by Erik Werenskiold
Jonas Lie, translated by Marie Wells
The People of Hemsö
August Strindberg, translated by Peter Graves
Murder in the Dark
Dan Turèll, translated by Mark Mussari
Framed Horizons: Student Writing on Nordic Cinema
Linda Blank et al.
C. Claire Thomson et al. (eds.)

New in 2011:

Gunnlöth's Tale
Svava Jakobsdóttir, translated by Oliver Watts
Money: New Revised Edition
Victoria Benedictsson, translated by Sarah Death
To Pieces
Henri Parland, translated by Dinah Cannell
Lord Arne's Silver
Selma Lagerlöf, translated by Sarah Death
Helena Forsås-Scott (ed.)
The Phantom Carriage
Selma Lagerlöf, translated by Peter Graves
Helena Forsås-Scott (ed.)
The Löwensköld Ring
Selma Lagerlöf, translated by Linda Schenck
Helena Forsås-Scott (ed.)

New in 2010:

A Fortnight Before the Frost
Sigurd Hoel, translated by Sverre Lyngstad
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Special Feature

Henrik Ibsen

Henrik Ibsen

2006 saw the centenary of the death of Norway's most famous son, the playwright Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906). Ibsen is the most performed dramatist after Shakespeare, with an almost constant presence on not least the London stage, and still dubbed 'The Living Ibsen' by an international conference in Oslo this year. To mark the centenary of this most enduringly fascinating of playwrights, Norvik Press is publishing two volumes: Paul Binding's reflections on the role of the artist in Ibsen's plays, With Vine-Leaves in His Hair, and Turning the Century, a selection of the finest scholarly essays on Ibsen, as published since 1962 in Scandinavica: An International Journal of Scandinavian Studies.

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