NORWAY, bibliography

NORWAY, bibliography
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"Modernism, Realism, and Some Other Terms: The Conception and Praxis of the Writer in Norwegian Prose during the Past Twenty Years." New Comparison 4 (1987): 151-63. Mawby, Janet. "The Norwegian Novel Today." Scandinavica 14 (1975): 101-13. McFarlane, James. Ibsen and the Temper ofNorwegian Literature. London: Oxford University Press, 1960. Naess, Harald S, ed. A HistoryofNorwegian Literature. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1993. Rasmussen, Janet. "Dreams and Discontent: The Female Voice in Norwegian Literature." Review ofNational Literatures 12 (1983): 123-40. . "Feminist Criticism and Women's Literature in Norway: A Status Report." Edda 80 (1980): 45-52. Sjavik, Jan. Reading for the Truth: Rhetorical Constructions in Norwegian Fiction. Christchurch, New Zealand: Cybereditions, 2004. Skard, Sigmund. Classical Tradition in Norway: An Introduction with Bibliography. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget, 1980. Thresher, Tanya, ed. Twentieth-CenturyNorwegian Writers. New York: Gale, 2004. Vold, Karin Beate. "Contemporary Norwegian Writing for Children." News from the Top of the World 2 (1989): 40-53. Ystad, Vigdis. "Recent Trends in Norwegian Literary Criticism." Scandinavian Studies 57 (1985): 32-44. Select Bibliography for Specific Writers Ivar Aasen Walton, Stephen. Farewell the Spirit Craven: Ivar Aasen and National Romanticism. Oslo: Det Norske Samlaget, 1987. . "Ludvig Holberg and Ivar Aasen's Ervingen." New Comparison: A Journal ofComparative and General Literary Studies 3 (1987): 52-61. Jens Bjørneboe Bisztray, George. "Semmelweis as Literary Hero." Hungarian Studies Review 24, nos. 1-2 (1997): 65-71. Garton, Janet. Jens Bjørneboe: Prophet without Honor. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1985. . " 'A Vision of a Continual Battle': Jens Bjørneboe and the Theatre." Scandinavica 23 (1984): 137-60. Hoberman, John M. "The Political Imagination of Jens Bjørneboe: A Study of Under en hardere himmel." Scandinavian Studies 48 (1976): 52-70. Longum, Leif. "In the Shadow of Ibsen: His Influence on Norwegian Drama and on Literary Attitudes." Review of National Literatures 12 (1983): 78-100. Martin, Joe. Keepers of the Protocols: The Works of Jens Bjørneboe in the Crosscurrents ofWestern Literature. New York: Peter Lang, 1996. Mishler, William. "Jens Bjørneboe, Anthroposophy and Hertug Hans." Edda 87 (1987): 167-78. Mussari, Mark. "Color: The Material of Immateriality in Jens Bjørneboe's Bla-mann." Edda 99 (1999): 340-49. Schmiesing, Ann. "Nazi Germany and the Holocaust in Norwegian Literature." In German Studies in the Post-Holocaust Age: The Politics ofMemory, Identity, and Ethnicity, ed. Adrian Del Caro and Janet Ward. Boulder: University Press of Colorado, 2000. Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson Andersen, Arlow W. "American Politics in 1880: Norwegian Observations." Scandinavian Studies 40 (1968): 233-47. Bredsdorff, Elias. "Moralists versus Immoralists: The Great Battle in Scandinavian Literature in the 1880's." Scandinavica 8 (1969): 91-111. Larson, Harald. Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson: A Study in Norwegian Nationalism.New York: King's Croom Press, 1944. Modalsli, Tone. "Ibsen, Bjørnson and Bernhard Dunker, 1864-66: New Material in the Manuscript Collection of the National Library of Norway, Oslo Division." Ibsen Studies 1, no. 2 (2001): 94-106. Noreng, Harald. "Bjørnson Research: A Survey." Scandinavica 4 (1965): 1-15. Rottem, Oystein. "The Multifarious Bjørnson." Scandinavica 24 (1985): 59-64. Schmiesing, Ann. "The Christiania Theater and Norwegian Nationalism: Bjørn-son's Defense of the 1856 Whistle Concerts in 'Pibernes Program.' " Scandinavian Studies 76 (2004): 317-40. Sehmsdorf, Henning. "Bjørnson's Trond and Popular Tradition." Scandinavian Studies 41 (1969): 56-66. . "The Self in Isolation: A New Reading ofBjornson's Arne." Scandinavian Studies 45 (1973): 310-23. Johan Borgen Birn, Randi. "Dream and Reality in Johan Borgen's Short Stories." Scandinavian Studies 46 (1974): 59-72. . Johan Borgen. New York: Twayne, 1974. . "The Quest for Authenticity in Three Novels by Johan Borgen." Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study ofLiterature 4, no. 2 (1970): 91-99. Mishler, William. "Metaphor and Metonymy in Johan Borgen's Eksempler." Scan-dinavica 16 (1977): 11-21. Peterson, Ronald E. "Johan Borgen and Dostoevsky: Some Remarks." Germano-Slavica: A Canadian Journal ofGermanic and Slavic Comparative Studies 4 (1982): 101-7. Gerd Brantenberg Barr, Marleen S. " 'Laughing in a Liberating Defiance': Egalia's Daughters and Feminist Tendentious Humor." In Discontented Discourses: Feminism/Textual Intervention/Psychoanalysis, ed. Marleen S. Barr and Richard Feldstein. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1989. Moberg, Verne. "A Norwegian Women's Fantasy: Gerd Brantenberg's Egalias døtre as kvinneskelig Utopia." Scandinavian Studies 57 (1985): 325-32. Camilla Collett Garton, Janet. "Women and Literature—Camilla Collett: Amtmandens Døtre and the Critics." In Proceedings of the Conference of Scandinavian Studies in Great Britain and Northern Ireland Held at the University of Surrey: April, 1983, ed. Nigel Reeves. Surrey, U.K.: University of Surrey Press, n.d. Rasmussen, Janet. "The Byronic Lover in Scandinavian Fiction." Pacific Northwest Council on Foreign Languages: Proceedings 29 (1978) and 30 (1979): 119-23. Ørjasæter, Kristin. "From Muse to Author: Romantic Rhetoric in Camilla Collett's Diary from the 1830s." Scandinavian Studies 76 (2004): 121-36. Olav Duun Birkeland, Bjarte. "Olav Duun." Scandinavica 10 (1971): 112-21. Naess, Harald. "Olav Duun Abroad." In Grenzerfahrung-Grenztiberschreitung: Studien zu den Literaturen Skandinaviens und Deutschlands, ed. Leonie Marx and Herbert Knust. Heidelberg: Carl Winter, 1989. Vannebo, Einar. "Biblical Motifs in Olev Duun's The People ofJuvik." New Comparison: A Journal ofComparative and General Literary Studies 4 (1987): 121-35. Voss, James. "Olav Duun's Menneske og maktene: Form, Vision, and Contemporary Significance." Scandinavian Studies 52 (1980): 361-80. Knut Faldbakken Lessing, Doris. "A Tragedy in Sultry Yellow Light." Norseman 1991: 85-87. Norseng, Mary Kay. "The Crippled Children: A Study of the Underlying Myth in Knut Faldbakken's Fiction." Scandinavica 22 (1983): 195-209. Peterson, Ronald E. "Knut Faldbakken: A Norwegian Contemporary." Scandinavian Review 73, no. 3 (1985): 80-85. Schnurbein, Stefanie von. "Failed Seductions: Crises of Masculinity in Knut Hamsun's Pan and Knut Faldbakken's Glahn." Scandinavian Studies 73 (2001): 147-64. Johan Falkberget Lybeck, Rick. "Three Structural Levels in Johan Falkberget's Christianus Sextus." Edda 94 (1994): 58-72. Schmiesing, Ann. "Showing versus Telling: Johan Falkberget and the Interpretation of Scripture in Den fjerde nattevakt.' Scandinavica 37 (1998): 66-85. Jon Fosse Sætre, Lars. "On the Terms of Words: Masks of a Christian Life." Scandinavica 40 (2001): 285-99. Arne Garborg Hageberg, Otto. "Premodernism and Postmodernism: 'Decadence' Before and Now." In Fin(s) de Siecle in Scandinavian Perspective: Studies in Honor of Harald S. Naess, ed. Faith Ingwersen and Mary Kay Norseng. Columbia, S.C.: Camden House, 1993. Humpal, Martin. "Irony Revisited: Arne Garborg's Trætte Mænd.' Brtinner Beitrage zur Germanistik undNordistik 15 (2001): 165-70. Isaacson, Lanae Hjortsvang. "Haugtussa: Interweaving Traditional Theme, Character, and Motif." Edda 82 (1982): 325-39. ———. "The Poetry ofthe Past: Reminiscence and Recollection in Arne Garborg's Lyric Prose." Edda 85 (1985): 49-61. . " 'Son et lumiere' in Arne Garborg's Poetry and Prose." Scandinavica 23 (1984): 39-50. Massengale, James. Haugtussa: From Garborg to Grieg." Scandinavian Studies 53 (1981): 131-53. Rygg, Kristin. "Mystification through Musicalization and Demystification through Music: The Case of Haugtussa.' In Cultural Functions of Intermedial Exploration, ed. Erik Hedling and Ulla-Britta Lagerroth. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi, 2002. Sjavik, Jan. Arne Garborgs Kristiania-romaner: En beretterteknisk studie. Oslo: Aschehoug, 1985. ———. "Form and Theme in Garborg's Mannfolk and Hjaa ho Mor." Selecta: Journal of the Pacific Northwest Council on Foreign Languages 1 (1980): 87-90. ———. "Hulda Bergersen, Arne Garborg, and the Rhetoric of Hjaa Ho Mor." Scandinavian Studies 55 (1983): 134-48. ———. "Reading Arne Garborg's Irony: Bondestudentar, Trætte mænd, Fred." Scandinavian Studies 72 (2000): 63-88. Espen Haavardsholm Fristoe, James A. "Espen Haavardsholm's 'Zink' and the Norwegian Literary Class Struggle." Scandinavian Studies 57 (1985): 60-71. Knut Hamsun Bjørby, Pal. "Eros and Subjectivity: Knut Hamsun's Pan and Ragnhild Jølsen's Rikka Gan." In Fin(s) de Siecle in Scandinavian Perspective: Studies in Honor ofHarald S. Naess, ed. Faith Ingwersen and Mary Kay Norseng. Columbia, S.C.: Camden House, 1993. Buttry, Dolores. "Earth Mother or Femme Fatale? Femininity as Envisioned by Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Knut Hamsun." Neophilologus 72 (1988): 481-98. . "Knut Hamsun's Supposed Anti-Semitism: A Refutation." Edda 86 (1986): 123-33. ———. " 'Secret Suffering': Knut Hamsun's Allegory ofthe Creative Artist." Studies in Short Fiction 19, no. 1 (1982): 1-7. Cease, Julie K. "Semiotics, City, Sult: Hamsun's Text of 'Hunger.' " Edda 92 (1992): 136-46. Hagen, Erik Bjerck. "Truth and Ethics in Hamsun's Mysteries." Edda 96 (1996): 307-16. Humpal, Martin. "Editing and Interpreting: Two Editions of Hamsun's Pan and the Question of the Fictional Authorship of'Glahns død.' " Edda 98 (1998): 20-29. . "The Narrator in Knut Hamsun's Børn av Tiden." Brtinner Beitrage zur Germanistik und Nordistik 12 (1998): 19-25. ———. The Roots ofModernist Narrative: Knut Hamsun's Novels Hunger, Mysteries, and Pan. Oslo: Solum, 1998. Jernsletten, Kikki. "The Sami in Growth of the Soil: Depictions, Desire, Denial." Nordlit: Arbeidstidsskrift i litteratur 15, no. 2 (2004): 73-89. Kittang, Atle. "Knut Hamsun's Sult: Psychological Deep Structures and Metapoetic Plot." In Facets of European Modernism: Essays in Honour of James McFarlane Presented to Him on His 65th Birthday 12 Dec. 1985, ed. Janet Garton. Norwich, U.K.: University of East Anglia, 1985. McFarlane, James. "The Whisper of the Blood: A Study of Knut Hamsun's Early Novels." PMLA 71 (1956): 563-94. Næss, Harald. Knut Hamsun. Boston: Twayne, 1984. ———. "Knut Hamsun and Growth ofthe Soil." Scandinavica 25 (1986): 5-17. Oxfeldt, Elisabeth. "Orientalism, Decadence and Ekphrasis in Hamsun's 'Dronningen av Saba.' " Edda 103 (2003): 181-94. Popperwell, Ronald. "Knut Hamsun and Pan.' Scandinavica 25 (1986): 19-31. Sabo, Anne. "Knut Hamsun in Paa gjengrodde stier: Joker, Ubermensch, or Sagacious Madman?" Scandinavian Studies 71 (1999): 453-74. Sandberg, Mark B. "Writing on the Wall: The Language of Advertising in Knut Hamsun's Sult." Scandinavian Studies 71 (1999): 265-96. Sehmsdorf, Henning. "Knut Hamsun's Pan: Myth and Symbol." Edda 74 (1974): 345-403. Simpson, Allen. "Knut Hamsun's Anti-Semitism." Edda 77 (1977): 273-93. ———. "Midt i Forgjængelsens Karneval: Markens Grøde in Knut Hamsun's Authorship." Scandinavian Studies 56 (1984): 1-35. Sjavik, Jan. Lesning som sentral trope i Knut Hamsuns Pan." In Modernismen i Skandinavisk litteratur som historisk fenomen og teoretisk problem, ed. Asmund Lien. Trondheim, Norway: Universitetet i Trondheim, 1991. ———. "A New Psychological Novel, a New Narrative Technique, and Salvation through Art: Knut Hamsun's Pan and the Artist's Quest for Recognition." Se-lecta: Journal of the Pacific Northwest Council on Foreign Languages 4 (1983): 94-100. . "Triangular Structures in Knut Hamsun's Pan." Pacific Coast Philology 27 (1992): 117-23. Wells, Marie. "A Narratological Analysis of Knut Hamsun's Novel En Vandrer spiller med Sordin." Scandinavica 42 (2003): 239-54. Zagar, Monika. "Imagining the Red-Skinned Other: Hamsun's Article 'Fra en Indianerleir.' " Edda 101 (2001): 385-95. . "Knut Hamsun's Black Man or Lament for Paternalist Society: A Reading of Hamsun's Play Livet ivold through Fra det moderne Amerikas Aandsliv." Edda 97 (1997): 364-79. . "The Rhetoric of Defense in Hamsun's Paa gjengrodde Stier (On Overgrown Paths)." Edda 99 (1999): 252-61. Maurits Hansen Sjavik, Jan. "Rhetorical Manipulation in Maurits Hansen's 'Luren.' " Scandinavian Studies 66 (1994): 521-32. . "A Rhetorical Approach to Three Norwegian Short Stories." Selecta: Journal of the Pacific Northwest Council on Foreign Languages 14 (1993): 79-82. Alfred Hauge Flatin, Kjetil A. "The Rising Sun and the Lark on the Quilt: Quest and Defiance in Alfred Hauge's Cleng Peerson Trilogy." Proceedings of the Pacific Northwest Conference on Foreign Languages 27 (1976): 133-36. Sjavik, Jan. "Alfred Hauge's Utstein Monastery Cycle." World Literature Today 56 (1982): 54-57. Sigurd Hoel Lyngstad, Sverre. "Sigurd Hoel and American Literature." Edda 84 (1984): 193204. ———. Sigurd Hoel's Fiction: Cultural Criticism and Tragic Vision.Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1984. . "Sigurd Hoel: The Literary Critic." Scandinavica 22 (1983): 141-58. Henrik Ibsen Clurman, Harold. Ibsen. New York: Macmillan, 1977. Downs, Brian W. Ibsen: The Intellectual Background. New York: Octagon, 1969. Durbach, Errol. 'Ibsen the Romantic': Analogues of Paradise in the Later Plays. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1982. Goldman, Michael. Ibsen: The Dramaturgy of Fear. New York: Columbia University Press, 1999. Haugen, Einar. Ibsen's Drama: Author to Audience. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1979. Koht, Halvdan. Life ofIbsen. New York: Blom, 1971. Lebowitz, Naomi. Ibsen and the Great World. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1990. Lyons, Charles R., ed. Critical Essays on Henrik Ibsen. Boston: Hall, 1987. ———. Henrik Ibsen: The Divided Consciousness. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1972. McFarlane, James. Ibsen and Meaning: Studies, Essays and Prefaces 195387. Norwich, U.K.: Norvik Press, 1989. Meyer, Michael. Ibsen: A Biography. Harmondsworth, U.K.: Penguin, 1974. Northam, John. Ibsen: A Critical Study. London: Cambridge University Press, 1973. ———. Ibsen's Dramatic Method: A Studyofthe Prose Dramas. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget, 1971. Templeton, Joan. Ibsen's Women. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997. Theoharis, Theoharis Constantine. Ibsen's Drama: Right Action and Tragic Joy. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1996. Young, Robin. Time's Disinherited Children: Childhood, Regression and Sacrifice in the Plays of Henrik Ibsen. Norwich, U.K.: Norvik Press, 1989. Alexander L. Kielland Sjavik, Jan. "A Rhetorical Approach to Three Norwegian Short Stories." Selecta: Journal of the Pacific Northwest Council on Foreign Languages 14 (1993): 79-82. Jan Kjærstad Hageberg, Otto. "Premodernism and Postmodernism: 'Decadence' Before and Now." In Fin(s) de Siecle in Scandinavian Perspective: Studies in Honor ofHar-ald S. Naess, ed. Faith Ingwersen and Mary Kay Norseng. Columbia, S.C.: Cam-den House, 1993. Jonas Lie Lyngstad, Sverre. Jonas Lie. Boston: Twayne, 1977. ———. "The Vortex and Related Imagery in Jonas Lie's Fiction." Scandinavian Studies 51 (1979): 211-48. Øyslebø, Olaf. "Nonverbal Presentation of Narrative Characters: Two Aspects of the Visualizing Art of Jonas Lie in The Family at Gilje." Livstegn: Journal of the Norwegian Association for Semiotic Studies 3 (1987): 181-92. Cecilie Løveid Thresher, Tanya. "Bringing Ibsen's Brand into the Twentieth Century: Cecilie Løveid's Østerrike." Scandinavian Studies 74 (2002): 47-60. ———. "The Polymorphous Female Subject in Cecilie Løveid's Barock Friise." Edda 102 (2002): 202-16. Ole E. Rølvaag Eddy, Sara. " 'Wheat and Potatoes': Reconstructing Whiteness in O. E. Rølvaag's Immigrant Trilogy." MELUS: Journal of the Society for the Study of the MultiEthnic Literature ofthe United States 26 (2001): 129-49. Haugen, Einar. Ole Edvart RoUlvaag. Boston: Twayne, 1983. Kongslien, Ingeborg R. "Emigration: The Dream of Freedom and Land—And an Existential Quest." In Fin(s) de Siecle in Scandinavian Perspective: Studies in Honor of Harald S. Naess, ed. Faith Ingwersen and Mary Kay Norseng. Columbia, S.C.: Camden House, 1993. Moseley, Ann. Ole Edvart Rølvaag. Boise, Idaho: Boise State University Press, 1987. Paulson, Kristoffer. "What Was Lost: Ole Rølvaag's The Boat ofLonging." MELUS: Journal ofthe Society for the Study ofthe Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States 7, no. 1 (1980): 51-60. Reigstad, Paul. Rolvaag: His Life and Art. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1972. Simonson, Harold P. Prairies Within: The Tragic Trilogy ofOle RoUlvaag. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1987. ———. "Rolvaag and Kierkegaard." Scandinavian Studies 49 (1977): 67-80. . "Rølvaag's Beret Revisited: A Rejoinder." Norwegian-American Studies 35 (2000): 141-51. Sjavik, Jan. "Between Two Worlds: The Emigrant Novels of Ole E. Rølvaag." In Places Within, Places Beyond: Norwegian Regionalism in Literature, ed. Wendy Griswold and Fredrik Engelstad. Oslo: Institute for Social Research, 1996. Quantic, Diane D. "Fairy Castle or Steamer Trunk? Creating Place in O. E. Røl-vaag's Giants in the Earth.' Great Plains Quarterly 23 (2003): 245-59. Cora Sandel Hunt, Linda. "The Alberta Trilogy: Cora Sandel's Norwegian Kunstlerroman and American Feminist Literary Discourse." In Writing the Woman Artist: Essays on Poetics, Politics, and Portraiture, ed. Suzanne W. Jones. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1991. Rees, Ellen. "Cora Sandel's Kjøp ikke Dondi: ' . . . som de snakker, de menneskene.' " Scandinavica 34 (1995): 221-35. ———. "Escape from the Novel: Cora Sandel's Kranes konditori." Scandinavian Studies 72 (2000): 181-98. . "The Riddle Solved: Cora Sandel's 'En gate.' " Studies in Short Fiction 31 (1994): 13-21. ———. "A Quiet Renaissance in Cora Sandel Scholarship." Scandinavian Studies 75 (2003): 591-600. Rokkan, Elizabeth. "Cora Sandel and the Second World War." Scandinavica 28 (1989): 155-59. . "Cora Sandel's War Story: Stort syn og smatt syn." Scandinavica 26 (1987): 5-12. Zuck, Virpi. "Cora Sandel: A Norwegian Feminist." Edda 81 (1981): 23-33. Aksel Sandemose Birn, Randi. Aksel Sandemose: Exile in Search ofa Home. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1984. Hale, Christopher S. "Aksel Sandemose's Observations on Racial Prejudice in Prairie Canada of the 1920's." Selecta: Journal of the Pacific Northwest Council on Foreign Languages 7 (1986): 131-36. . "Aksel Sandemose's View of Prairie Canada." Scandinavian-Canadian Studies/Etudes Scandinaves au Canada 4 (1991): 61-76. . "Ethnic Minorities on the Canadian Prairies in the Writings of Aksel Sandemose and Sven Delblanc." Scandinavian-Canadian Studies/Etudes Scandinaves au Canada 8 (1995): 37-55. Humpal, Martin. "The Fifth Commandment of the Jante Law and the Theme of Self-Knowledge in Sandemose's En flyktning krysser sitt spor.' Brtinner Bei-traUge zur Germanistik und Nordistik 16 (2002): 191-97. Jensen, Hans J. L. "Rene Girard and Aksel Sandemose: The Question of Salvation from Mimetic Double-Binds." Literature and Theology: An International Journal ofTheory, Criticism and Culture 7, no. 1 (1993): 66-77. Lien, Asmund. "Sandemose's America." In Americana-Norvegica: Studies in Scandinavian-American Interrelations Dedicated to Einar Haugen, ed. Harald S. Naess and Sigmund Skard. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget, 1971. Nielsen, Erling. "Aksel Sandemose: Investigator of the Mystery of Human Nature." Scandinavica 8 (1969): 1-18. Schnurbein, Stefanie von. "Masking the Trauma: Psychoanalysis and Social Criticism in Aksel Sandemose's En flyktning krysser sitt spor [A Fugitive Crosses His Tracks']." Edda 102 (2002): 408-18. Vaeth, Johannes. "Misery Harbor." Kriterium 2, no. 3 (1967): 38-45. Amalie Skram Langas, Unni. "The Struggle for the Body: Hysteria and Rebellion in Amalie Sk-ram's Novel Professor Hieronimus." Scandinavian Studies 75 (2003): 55-88. Luxembourg, Jan van. "Servants, Genre and Rhetoric: Some Aspects of Amalie Skram's Constance Ring.' Edda 92 (1992): 336-48. Rasmussen, Janet. "Amalie Skram as Literary Critic." Edda 81 (1981): 1-11. Dag Solstad Garton, Janet. "Dag Solstad and Profil." In Facets of European Modernism: Essays in Honour ofJames McFarlane Presented to Him on His 65th Birthday 12 Dec. 1985, ed. Janet Garton. Norwich, U.K.: University of East Anglia, 1985. Heith, Anne. "The Emergence of an Aesthetic Object: Dag Solstad's The Front Side ofthe Medal." In Documentarism in Scandinavian Literature,ed. Poul Houe and Sven Hakon Rossel. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi, 1997. Kittang, Atle. Allegory, Intertextuality and Irony in Dag Solstad. Minneapolis: Center for Nordic Studies, 1989. Sehmsdorf, Henning K. "From Individualism to Communism: The Political and Esthetic Transformation of Dag Solstad's Authorship." Proceedings ofthe Pacific Northwest Conference on Foreign Languages 27 (1976): 130-32. Sjavik, Jan. "Language and Myth in Dag Solstad's Arild Asnes, 1970." Pacific Coast Philology 18 (1983): 30-36. Zagar, Monika. Ideological Clowns: Dag SolstadFrom Modernism to Politics. Vienna: Praesens, 2002. . "Modernism and Aesthetic Dictatorship: Dag Solstad's Journey from the 1960s to the 1970s." Scandinavian Studies 72 (2000): 199-230. Sigrid Undset Bjørby, Pal. "Recent Trends in Sigrid Undset Criticism." Scandinavian Studies 58 (1986): 308-12. Harbison, Sherrill. "Medieval Aspects of Narcissism in Sigrid Undset's Modern Novels." Scandinavian Studies 63 (1991): 464-75. Maman, Marie. Sigrid Undset in America: An Annotated Bibliography and Research Guide. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, 2000. McCarthy, Colman. "Sigrid Undset." Critic 32 (1974): 58-64. Rees, Ellen. "Dreaming of the Medieval in Kristin Lavransdatter and Trollsyn." Scandinavian Studies 75 (2003): 399-416. Reinert, Otto. "Unfashionable Kristin Lavransdatter." Scandinavian Studies 71 (1999): 67-80. Sæther, Astrid. " 'Dazzling Dreams and Grey Days': On the Antithesis between Ideal and Reality in Sigrid Undset's Contemporary Novels and Short Stories." Scandinavica 29 (1990): 193-205. Whitehouse, J. C. "Religion as Fulfillment in the Novels of Sigrid Undset." Renascence: Essays on Values in Literature 38, no. 1 (1985): 2-12. Winsnes, A. H. Sigrid Undset. New York: Sheed and Ward, 1953. Tarjei Vesaas Blackwell, Marilyn Johns. "Primary Experience: Mattis and the Role of the Reader in Vesaas' Fuglane." Edda 84 (1984): 129-43. Chapman, Kenneth G. "Basic Themes and Motives in Vesaas' Earliest Writing." Scandinavian Studies 41 (1969): 126-37. Dale, Johannes A. "Tarjei Vesaas." American Scandinavian Review 54 (1966): 369-74. Hermundsgard, Frode. Child of the Earth: Tarjei Vesaas and Scandinavian Primitivism. New York: Greenwood Press, 1989. . "Depicting Subjectivity in the Film Adaptation of Tarjei Vesaas' Novel Fuglane (The Birds)." Tijdschrift voor Skandinavistiek 23 (2002): 243-71. . "Tarjei Vesaas and German Expressionist Theater." Scandinavian Studies 73 (2001): 125-46. Nylander, Lars. "Omniscience and Phallocentrism in Tarjei Vesaas's The Bridges." Literature and Psychology 42, nos. 1-2 (1996): 41-64. Stendahl, Brita K. "Tarjei Vesaas, a Friend." Books Abroad 42 (1968): 537-39. Wilson, Catherine. "Capability and Language in the Novels ofTarjei Vesaas." Philosophy and Literature 27, no. 1 (2003): 21-39. Bjørg Vik Sjavik, Jan. "Bjørg Vik's Short Story 'Annekset': A Programmatic Statement from a Woman Writer." In Literature as Resistance and Counter-Culture: Papers from the 19th Study Conference ofthe International Association for Scandinavian Studies, ed. Andras Masat. 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