The Last Chapter
Knut Hamsun
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Oct 21, 2020 - 01:17 AM By Knut Hamsun

The Last Chapter is set in the Torahus sanatorium, where the sufferings of most of the patients are related to civilisation.The novel has a group of central characters, but no distinct main character Among the characters is The Suicide , who entered the sanatorium following the discovery of his wife s infidelity and threatens constantly to take his own life Another guesThe Last Chapter is set in the Torahus sanatorium, where the sufferings of most of the patients are related to civilisation.The novel has a group of central characters, but no distinct main character Among the characters is The Suicide , who entered the sanatorium following the discovery of his wife s infidelity and threatens constantly to take his own life Another guest is the lovely Julie d Espard She enters into a relationship with the bogus Count Flemming and gets pregnant When Flemming disappears one day she turns to Daniel Utby, who runs a small farm near Torahus and who represents the novel s ideological norm.The Last Chapter is one of Hamsun s darkest novels It was written at a time when he was much preoccupied by death The novel is often compared with Thomas Mann s The Magic Mountain, which was published the year after.
  • Title: The Last Chapter
  • Author: Knut Hamsun
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 434
  • Format: Paperback

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Anja Weber Oct 21, 2020 - 01:17 AM
SOMETHING POWERFUL WITH BEYOND SCENELIFE IN REAL IN VILLAGE AND LIFE IN ONE HOSTELFOR THE BORING PEOPLE. ROLE O WOMEN WHICH IS USUALLY AS EVE IN HOLLY BOOK, AS SNAKE AND SIN BUT ON THE END SHE IS ACTUAL WOMEN WITH HER ROLEEACH CHARACTER IS PICTURE OF IDEA AS MAN WITH INTENTION TO KILL HIM SELF EITHER REAL ROLE OF MAGNUS WHO IS ACTUALLY IN SOME SENSE KNUT HAMSUN WHO IS AGAINST BURGOUSE STILL AND PROGRESS WHO KILLS NATUREMASTERS WORK, ENJOY IN READING AND RIDDLESOF LIFE AND DEATH
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Booklovinglady Oct 21, 2020 - 01:17 AM
I read the Dutch translation of the book as part of the Autumn challenge 2012 of the Netherlands & Flanders group. As such, a short review in Dutch can be found at /topic/show/1
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Czarny Pies Oct 21, 2020 - 01:17 AM
This novel which describes the stories of several residents of a Norwegian sanatorium has often been compared to Thomas Mann's more famous magic mountain which it closely resembles in terms of its inordinate length and tediousness.
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Myrna Oct 21, 2020 - 01:17 AM
I loved it. He writes beautifully and although it was first published in 1976 it is still Very modern.
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The Last Chapter By Knut Hamsun The Last Chapter is set in the Torahus sanatorium, where the sufferings of most of the patients are related to civilisation.The novel has a group of central characters, but no distinct main character Among the characters is The Suicide , who entered the sanatorium following the discovery of his wife s infidelity and threatens constantly to take his own life Another guesThe Last Chapter is set in the Torahus sanatorium, where the sufferings of most of the patients are related to civilisation.The novel has a group of central characters, but no distinct main character Among the characters is The Suicide , who entered the sanatorium following the discovery of his wife s infidelity and threatens constantly to take his own life Another guest is the lovely Julie d Espard She enters into a relationship with the bogus Count Flemming and gets pregnant When Flemming disappears one day she turns to Daniel Utby, who runs a small farm near Torahus and who represents the novel s ideological norm.The Last Chapter is one of Hamsun s darkest novels It was written at a time when he was much preoccupied by death The novel is often compared with Thomas Mann s The Magic Mountain, which was published the year after.

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