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  • Sale! EdyPoppycover

    Anatomy. Monotony.
    ( Paperback )

    $16.00 $12.80

    Lou is a French novelist living in London, married to Vår, a small-town Norwegian woman. Together they form a couple with rather unusual ideas about marital fidelity, Vår spending much of her time on liaisons with the teenaged Sydney, and Lou’s work in progress detailing his own desperate need for new lovers.

  • Sale! Boathouse front

    ( Paperback )

    $15.00 $12.00

    One of Jon Fosse’s most acclaimed novels, Boathouse is told from the perspective of an unnamed narrator leading a largely hermit-like existence until he unexpectedly encounters a long-lost childhood friend and his wife.

  • Sale! Monsterhuman front final

    ( Paperback )

    $19.00 $15.20

    Monsterhuman is an autofictional tour de force―a funny, sad, astoundingly energetic novel about suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome, the power of writing, and the twenty-first-century Norwegian literary life

  • Sale! Trilogy

    ( paperback )

    $16.00 $12.80

    Trilogy is Jon Fosse’s critically acclaimed, luminous love story about Asle and Alida, two lovers trying to find their place in this world. Homeless and sleepless, they wander around Bergen in the rain, trying to make a life for themselves and the child they expect. Through a rich web of historical, cultural, and theological allusions, Fosse constructs a modern parable of injustice, resistance, crime, and redemption. Consisting of three novellas (Wakefulness, Olav’s Dreams, and Weariness), Trilogy is a haunting, mysterious, and poignant evocation of love, for which Fosse received The Nordic Council’s Prize for Literature in 2015.

  • Sale! An Angel

    An Angel Walks Through the Stage and Other Essays
    ( paperback )

    $14.00 $11.20

    Called “the new Ibsen,” and heralded throughout Europe, JON FOSSE is one of contemporary Norwegian literature’s most important writers. Born in 1959, he has published some thirty books of fiction, poetry, drama, and nonfiction since 1983.

  • Sale! Morning and Evening

    Morning and Evening
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    $14.00 $11.20

    “He has a surgeon’s ability to use the scalpel and to cut into the most prosaic, everyday happenings, to tear loose fragments from life, to place them under the microscope and examine them minutely, in order to present them afterward . . . sometimes so endlessly desolate, dark, and fearful that Kafka himself would have been frightened.” —Aftenposten

  • Sale! 978-1-56478-904-4_melancholy

    Melancholy II
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    $14.95 $11.96

    Not so much a sequel as an alternate perspective, Jon Fosse’s coda to his brilliant and much-lauded Melancholy picks up the story of tormented landscape painter Lars Hertervig in 1902, shortly after his death.

  • Sale! stories by Askieldsen

    Selected Stories
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    $11.95 $9.60

    Written in an unadorned style, with flashes of pitch-black humor, Kjell Askildsen’s devastating stories convey in few words life and thought as they are actually experienced, balanced between despair and hope, memories and expectations. He is widely recognized as one of the greatest Norwegian writers of the twentieth century and among the greatest short-story authors of all time.

  • Sale! 9781564789747_frontcover

    Through the Night
    ( Hardback )

    $22.00 $17.60

    Dentist Karl Meyer’s worst nightmare comes true when his son, Ole-Jakob, takes his own life. This tragedy is the springboard for a complex novel posing essential questions about human experience.

  • Sale! 15647100835670L

    ( Paperback / softback )

    $13.95 $11.16

    Edwin Mortens is almost blind, but has good hearing; his wife Erna is hard of hearing, but has excellent eyes. Paralyzed from the waist down, Edwin sits locked in his bathroom all day, every day, trying to liberate his mind from his body…