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Hamsun

Knut, , pen name of Knut Pedersen. 1859-- 1952, Norwegian novelist, whose works include The Growth of the Soil (1917): Nobel prize for literature 1920
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O jogo intertextual com a Fome hamsuniana, figura da alienacao, da degeneracao (do proprio autor inclusive, que abracou a causa nazista), do niilismo e da escrita impossivel, remete, no livro de Darrieussecq, a uma das "porcarias", uma vez que a cena do assassinato do "barrao" esta ausente no livro de Hamsun.
Heidegger y Schmitt, Spengler y Junger, junto con otros grandes personajes de la literatura, como Gunter Grass y Knut Hamsun, fueron y tuvieron cierta participacion en el movimiento nazi, y hay que reconocer, por lo menos en los dos primeros, que sus propuestas participan de una violencia que, tal vez, pudo ir mas alla del nazismo, lo que explicaria, a mi parecer, el silencio de Heidegger respecto del Holocausto.
Hamsun didn't write maritime novels, but some of his so-called Nordland novels, which take place north of the Polar Circle, are about little ports where sea and ships and trade play a big role, and where sailors are always cosmopolitans--the "baddies"--because Knut Hamsun was very much attached to the soil and to traditions and, as we all know, tragically ended up having Nazi sympathies as well.
These include the Herning Museum of Contemporary Art in Denmark (AR October 2009) and Knut Hamsun Center in Norway (AR September 2009).
Aprendio el idioma y conocio de primera mano a los grandes escritores como Knut Hamsun, Sigrid Undser y Bjornstjeme Bjornson.
In one noteworthy case, he publicly rebuked the Norwegians for celebrating the anniversary of their national writer, Knut Hamsun, who had sympathized with the Nazis.
KNUT HAMSUN MAY LACK NAME RECOGNITION in the English-speaking world, but the admiration of his contemporaries suggests the stature he once enjoyed.
On writers who have influenced how I think about life: Dostoevsky, Kafka, Celine (really only Journey to the End of Night and Death on the Installment Plan), Hamsun (only Hunger), Kierkegaard, Emily Dickinson, Donald Barthelme, Borges, recently Bolano (three big Bs in a row), Nietzsche, Fitzgerald (especially Tender Is the Night), Camus, Doris Lessing.
Chagall consciously drew upon the influences of the avant-garde of early 20th century Paris: Expressionism, Fauvism, Cubism, Abstraction, and Surrealism, while Bashevis-Singer was influenced by modern authors such as Knut Hamsun and Edgar Allan Poe.
Knut Hamsun won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1920, quite specifically, 'for his monumental work Growth of the Soil', which was received as a universal message of peace after the bloodshed of the Great War.
Lindsey y Wainwright Evans, traducido por Rafael Cansinos-Assens y en donde se incluyen informaciones sobre contracepcion y educacion sexual y se opina a favor del divorcio; y Pan, de Knut Hamsun.