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  • Paperback
  • 108 pages
  • ვიქტორია
  • Knut Hamsun
  • Georgian
  • 25 September 2017

10 thoughts on “ვიქტორია

  1. says:

    you would think i would have sopped this thing up with a hunk of bread doomed lovers, the impossibility of communication, the way we hurt the ones we love that should have karen s stamp of approval all over it but it s like hamsun took a great idea for literary exploration and then constructed this wooden fence all around the emotional appeal and said you are not coming in and i m like, dude, come on just let me care about the characters a little bit and hamsun s all no way, jose s you would think i would have sopped this thing up with a hunk of bread doomed lovers, the impossibility of communication, the way we hurt the ones we love that should have karen s stamp of approval all over it but it s like hamsun took a great idea for literary exploration and then constructed this wooden fence all around the emotional appeal and said you are not coming in and i m like, dude, come on just let me care about the characters a little bit and hamsun s all no way, jose so i ...

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    Victoriais many things at once A deceptively simple fairy tale of star crossed lovers separated by class and circumstance, but also an introspective journey into the making of a poet, a nuanced psychological portrait of the effects of young love, obsession and loss, and a lyrical rendering of alternating idyllic images and the harrowing consequences of pride, fear and jealousy.As it happened inHunger , the narrative line appears fragmented by dreamy recrea...

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    Love became the world s beginning and the world s ruler but all its ways are full of flowers and blood, flowers and blood. The passions and desires of young love, and the frustration of love torn apart by society, is a source of considerable energy that has been harnessed by writers through all of history Nobel laureate Knut Hamsun s 1898 novella, Victoria, draws on this energy to fuel his unextinguishable prose and return to the theme of doomed love, a theme characteristic of his impressive Love became the world s beginning and the world s ruler but all its ways are full of flowers and blood, flowers and blood. The passions and desires of young love, and the frustration of love torn apart by society, is a source of considerable energy that has been harnessed by writers through all of history Nobel laureate Knut Hamsun s 1898 novella, Victoria, draws on this energy to fuel his unextinguishable prose and return to the theme of doomed love, a theme characteristic of his...

  4. says:

    When he grew up he wanted to be a diver That was a sure thing Then he would go down into the ocean from the deck a ship and come to strange lands, to kingdoms with swaying forests, vast and mysterious, and with a coral palace on the ocean floor And the princess waves to him from a window and says, Come in Johannes is a bright young boy with a vivid imagination growing up in a poor household near the sea His dreams alternate between adventure and romance, fueled by the passing ships and by When he grew up he wanted to be a diver That was a sure thing Then he would go down into the ocean from the deck a ship and come to strange lands, to kingdoms with swaying forests, vast an...

  5. says:

    The odds were that I wouldn t like this book It had many of the features I found fault with in the contemporary bestseller One Day by David Nicholls a frustrating main character who falls deeply and irrevocably in love with someone clearly unsuitable who doesn t initially return his regard many occasions when the pair might have come together but were prevented by misunderstandings and other frustrating circumstances in short, too much melodrama right up to the very end So why did I like The odds were t...

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    Imagine love in its complicated state, love as a psychological battle dreamlike and disappointing love that never materializes into a relationship, never fully processed love poured into the literary art as a parallel to love that cannot be For this isn t simply air brushed romance, this has melancholy imbued.Oh Johannes, he who initially exists in his semi delirious happy frame of mind, in his dream world of love proclamation She loves him She loves him notVictoria lives in a castle and Imagine love in its complicated state, love as a psychological battle dreamlike and disappointing love that never materializes into a relationship, never fully processed love poured into the literary art as a parallel to love that cannot be For this isn t simply air brushed romance, this has melancholy imbued.Oh Johannes, he who initially exists in his semi delirious happy frame of mind, in his dream world of love proclamation She loves him She loves him notVictoria lives in a ...

  7. says:

    Suppose you met someone when you were young, and something happened that convinced you beyond reasonable doubt that they loved you, and you loved them And then, suppose that there were all sorts of practical problems, and that, on the rare occasions when you did meet them, you said the wrong thing, or they said the wrong thing, and people were hurt, or lost their tempers, and you started to wonder if you d just hallucinated it all And that this continued for your whole life.Well, if you ve eve Suppose you met someone when you were young, and something happened that convinced you beyond reasonable doubt that they loved you, and you loved them And then, suppose that there were all sorts of practical problems, and that, on the rare occasions when you did meet them, you said the wrong thing,...

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    IntroductionSuggestions for Further Reading Victoria

  10. says:

    There are some books that have a lasting impact on one s life, books that leave an indelible mark on one s deepest emotions For me there are a number, but Victoria by Knut Hamsun occupies a special place as the most captivating and heart breaking love story ever written I read it in my mid teens, in the full flood of my most romantic period It s a short novel I finished it in less than two hours in a single sitting, overwhelmed by the poetic intensity of the prose, overwhelmed by the story o There are some books that have a lasting impact on one s life, books that leave an indelible mark on one s deepest emotions For me there are a number, but Victoria by Knut Hamsun occupies a special place as the most captivating and heart breaking love story ever written I read it in my mid teens, in the full flood of my most romantic period It s a short novel I finished it in less than two hours in a single sitting, overwhelmed by the poetic intensity of the prose, overwhelmed by the story of Victoria and Johannes, two people put on earth to love one another They do, but there is no happy ending events, social class, expectations, a sense of duty and circumstances all get in the way It s a story of love only fully declared in death, only fully revealed in an ending that absolutely numbed me, reduced me to uncontrollable tears.I v...

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