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Hunger Book One   By: (1859-1952)

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Hunger Book One is a captivating and thought-provoking novel that delves deep into the psyche of its protagonist, an unnamed struggling writer living in Oslo. The book explores themes of poverty, isolation, and the relentless pursuit of artistic expression.

The protagonist's descent into starvation is vividly depicted, capturing the physical and emotional toll it takes on him. Despite his dire circumstances, he remains fiercely dedicated to his craft, sacrificing his well-being in the pursuit of his art.

Hamsun's writing is both lyrically beautiful and hauntingly bleak, drawing the reader into the protagonist's world of desperation and despair. The novel is an intense exploration of the human condition, challenging the reader to confront the darker aspects of existence.

Overall, Hunger Book One is a powerful and unforgettable read that will leave a lasting impact on anyone who dares to delve into its pages. Highly recommended for those looking for a profound and introspective literary experience.

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קְנוּט הַמְסוּן.


רומן פסיכולוגי.

תרגום א. סגל.

ספר ראשון.

הוצאת „תושיה”.

ווארשא. תרנ"ט. בדפוס מ.י. האַלטער ושותפו, נאַלעווקי 7.

РООВЪ т. е. Голодъ Психологическій романъ. Соч. К. ГАМСУНА. Перв. А. Сигаля. Книга І. Изданіе „ТУШІЯ“.

ВАРШАВА. 1889. Типографія М. И. Гальтера и Комп., Наловка 7.

Дозволено Цензурою Варшава, 6 Іюня 1899 Г


בכריסטיאַניה, היא הקריה הנוראה המטביעה על כל איש את חותמה המיוחד, שם ישבתי אז—וארעב... Continue reading book >>

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