Knut Hamsun and His on Overgrown Paths Kakhaber Loria Tbilisi State University, Georgia ABSTRACT Knut Hamsun (–) is one of the. On Overgrown Paths () was written while the 90 year old Hamsun was waiting for the case of his alleged treason to come to court. On Overgrown Paths by Knut Hamsun, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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Old and confused, Hamsun traveled to Germany to meet with Hitler, hoping, he claimed, to change the conditions of occupation in Norway. Then, after the second world war, after the harassment, the trial and humilation of the country’s great literate hero, after the psycological hospital and the statement that Hamsun was old and senile and could not stand responsible for his thoughts and actions – then in this fantastic book was published for the first time.

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Donald Ford dford midrivers. Yes, which in its way was part of Hamsun’s personal tragedy. The easy solution, at least to the government, was to declare him old and dotty. On Overgrown Paths by Knut Hamsun.


This edition is the first authoritative English translation of Hamsun’s last work, a work which stood at the center of the recent film Hamsun. hamsyn

Beschrijft hij zijn verblijf in de Psychiatrische Kliniek ja, met hoofdletters, zoals Reve dat later graag zou doen – Langs overwoekerde paden lijkt trouwens op het werk van Reve, zeker diens brievenboeken, maar Hamsuns laatste verscheen min of meer tegelijkertijd met Reves eerste, dus die overeenkomst moet op toeval berustendan staat er: Aug 31, Ana rated it liked it.

The only mention of his actions during the war come from a transcription of his testimony when his case was finally heard. Hamsun’s attempt to prove his soundness of mind after his sanity was called into question.

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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. On Overgrown Paths Green Integer. It’s a very good book if you are interested in first hand facts about how author experienced the whole process, but it’s not really interesting and there is a lot of memories written as well and, to be honest, I don’t hamsjn see the point of them there, but they are well written.

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Like everything in life, it is convoluted, muddled and riddled with contradiction — a book well worth Written during his trial, On Overgrown Paths is a lucid memoir that evokes Hamsun’s earlier prose of Hunger.

ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. It talks about his time in different institutions he was placed during his trial for supporting Nazies during WW2. But what really sparkles, are the collection of “trifles. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally.

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I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? One might think Hamsun was demented old man considering his collaboration with Nazis and fact that he sent his Nobel medal to Goebbels out of gratitude for all the ‘good’ oveggrown done in Europebut this book shows he was lucid and very much self aware.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Feb 24, Ronald Morton rated it really liked it. View all 3 comments. Apr 08, Manheim Wagner rated it it was amazing. Hamsun wrote it to prove his sanity and it is more like a diary than an actual novel. Page count correction 2 11 Dec 28,