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Olivia Noble Gunn
Associate Professor; Graduate Program Coordinator
New book on Karen Blixen
(February 7, 2013)
Scandinavian Crime Fiction
- Published and Available
(February 11, 2011)
Andrew K. Nestingen.
Crime and Fantasy in Scandinavia: Fiction, Film and Social Change
. Seattle: University of Washington, 2008.
Reading for the Truth: Rhetorical Constructions in Norwegian Fiction
. Christchurch, New Zealand: Cybereditions, 2004.
Fate of Ravens, A Margit Andersson Mystery
. Seattle: Fjord Press, 1998.
Runemaker, A Margit Andersson Mystery
. Seattle: Fjord Press, 1996.
Jan Sjåvik. "Between Two Worlds: The Emigrant Novels of Ole E. Rølvaag."
Places Within, Places Beyond: Norwegian Regionalism in Literature
(ed. by Wendy Griswold and Fredrik Engelstad). Oslo: Institute for Social Research, 1996. 77-91.
Maija, A Novel
. Seattle: Fjord Press, 1995.
Ia Dübois. "In Search of an Identity: The Heroic Quest in Lars Gustfsson's Fiction."
Katherine Jane Hanson, ed. and trans.
An Everyday Story: Norwegian Women's Fiction
. Seattle: Seal Press, 1984. Revised and expanded, 1995.
Evan Wright. "Ploughshares to Processors: an ecological critique of technology in Post-War Finnish and American fiction."
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