Sult

Sult

Knut Hamsuns Sult oppdages av stadig nye lesere, 130 år etter at dem kom ut for første gang. I denne tegneserieadapsjonen går Martin Ernstsen videre i å utforske den menneskelige psyken, og hans tidvis ordløse sekvenser forsterker følelsen av desperasjon og håpløshet i Knud Pedersens kamp for tilværelsen.Med et nytt blikk på Hamsuns klassiker, og med sitt særegne...

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Title:Sult
Author:Martin Ernstsen
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Edition Language:Norwegian

Sult Reviews

  • s.penkevich
    I often catch myself staring, rather lovingly in fact, at my bookshelves. Each shelf is swelling nearly to the point of overflowing with books, each authors collection seemingly positioned at random - yet, somehow, the location of each work holds some secret form of order that is beyond even me. I'l...
  • Lynne King
    Last night the “fog” finally left me as effortlessly as it had arrived seven months ago. My mourning period was now officially over, although the good memories would be firmly entrenched forever in my mind, as well as the sad ones. I shed my widow’s weeds. Also the tears surprisingly ...
  • Seemita
    A review of this book from my pen is akin to injustice. After all, what do I know of hunger? Something that loses its meaning with a hop to the kitchen? A need that vanishes with the stair-climbing to the canteen? A routine that knocks every four hours, only to be dispatched back to its den with a p...
  • Kalliope
    I did not feel anything while reading this novel.Well, this is not strictly true. What I mean is that I felt no pity, no compassion, no sorrow, no empathy, while following the struggles, the penuries, the poverty, the deprivation, the hunger, of the nameless protagonist. My feelings were not of the ...
  • Manny
    Started reading the original Norwegian edition today. I'm fluent in Swedish but don't really know Norwegian, though I have read maybe half a dozen Norwegian books. Comparing with English, it's rather like reading something in broad Scots dialect that's been written down phonetically. Iain Banks fans...
  • Ahmad Sharabiani
    813. Sult = Hunger, Knut HamsunHunger (Norwegian: Sult) is a novel by the Norwegian author Knut Hamsun published in 1890. Parts of it had been published anonymously in the Danish magazine "Ny Jord" in 1888. The novel has been hailed as the literary opening of the 20th century and an outstanding exam...
  • Stephen
    Discombobulated…frenzied…distracted…rambling…and oh so BRILLIANT. Knut Hamsun's fevered, stream of consciousness classic is something special. Unwaveringly "in the now," this novel's every word felt as if it had fallen from the narrator's mind, unfiltered, unrestrained, and unr...
  • Dolors
    What is it that differentiates dignity from stubbornness? Moral rectitude from pride?Attitude. Intention. Motivation.Knut Hamsun’s autobiographical novella explores the tenuous line that separates the iron will from the almost obsession of an aspiring writer who refuses to give way to the silen...

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