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Niels Lyhne

by J. P. Jacobsen

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Published by The American-Scandinavian Foundation in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby J. P. Jacobsen; translated from the Danish by Hanna Astrup Larsen.
SeriesScandinavian classics,, vol. 13
ContributionsLarsen, Hanna Astrup, 1873- translator.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ3.J157 Ni
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 284 p.
Number of Pages284
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6622262M
LC Control Number20001700
OCLC/WorldCa3484334

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  The sentences above show that Niels Lyhne welcomed time away from his studies. The first statement shows that he had found more joy in another activity that did nit tax his brain. The text alludes to the fact that he found something to balance the strenuous activity of using the brain - that is using his physical labor.   The book was attacked by the conservative press for its crass realism. Niels Lyhne (; Eng. trans. Niels Lyhne), his second novel, is a contemporary story of a man’s vain struggle to acquire a philosophy of life.


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Niels Lyhne is a beautifully sad story. The translation that I read was by Tiina Nunnally, whom I have read before and loved. Again Nunnally just makes this book sing (in fact I am tempted to read all the books translated by Nunnally, no matter the author.

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Through his relationships with six women—including his young widowed aunt, a seductive free spirit, and his passionate cousin who marries his friend—his search for purpose becomes a yielding to disillusionment. "Niles Lyhne" is a difficult, passionately written book which centers upon religious faith and its loss, sexuality, and the conflict between romanticism and realism.

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Torn between a childishly idealized vision of the world and the more practical demands of adulthood in the modern world, the titular Niels's struggle is one of faith versus reason, of romanticism versus realism, and ultimately one of loneliness in a godless : Penguin Publishing Group.

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"This highly influential lateth century Danish novel portrays the melancholy life of an idealistic young poet." --Publishers Weekly "Niels Lyhne recounts the life of its eponymous hero, a poet, emphasizing the influence of experience on psychological development and examining philosophical issues: the nature of reality, atheism, creativity and love.5/5(1).

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