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Books written or co-written by Selma Lagerlöf

The Emperor of Portugallia
Selma Lagerlöf
Translated by Peter Graves
2018
ISBN: 9781909408456
Banished
Selma Lagerlöf
Translated by Linda Schenck
2018
ISBN: 9781909408487
Anna Svärd
Selma Lagerlöf
Translated by Linda Schenck
2016
ISBN: 9781909408289
Mårbacka
Selma Lagerlöf
Translated by Sarah Death
2016
ISBN: 9781909408296
Charlotte Löwensköld
Selma Lagerlöf
Translated by Linda Schenck
2015
ISBN: 9781909408067
A Manor House Tale
Selma Lagerlöf
Translated by Peter Graves
2015
ISBN: 9781909408258
Nils Holgersson's Wonderful Journey through Sweden: The Complete Volume
Selma Lagerlöf
Translated by Peter Graves
2014
ISBN: 9781909408180
Nils Holgersson's Wonderful Journey through Sweden: Volume 1
Selma Lagerlöf
Translated by Peter Graves
2013
ISBN: 9781870041966
Nils Holgersson's Wonderful Journey through Sweden: Volume 2
Selma Lagerlöf
Translated by Peter Graves
2013
ISBN: 9781870041973
Lord Arne's Silver
Selma Lagerlöf
Edited by Helena Forsås-Scott
Translated by Sarah Death
2011
ISBN: 9781870041904
The Phantom Carriage
Selma Lagerlöf
Edited by Helena Forsås-Scott
Translated by Peter Graves
2011
ISBN: 9781870041911
The Löwensköld Ring
Selma Lagerlöf
Edited by Helena Forsås-Scott
Translated by Linda Schenck
2011
ISBN: 9781870041928
The Löwensköld Ring
Selma Lagerlöf
Translated by Linda Schenck
1991
ISBN: 9781870041140
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Jens Bjørneboe's MOMENT OF FREEDOM, translated by Esther Greenleaf Mürer

Jens Bjørneboe: The Trilogy

Jens Bjørneboe's Moment of Freedom (1966), Powderhouse (1969) and The Silence (1974) marked the high point of a controversial literary career. Since the early 1950s this Norwegian iconoclast had been making life difficult for the establishment, attacking its repressive schools, inhumane prisons, corrupt police and power-hungry politicians. Now Bjørneboe turned his attention to a more general problem: the evil inherent in the human race itself. Why, his narrators ask despairingly, does man behave so inhumanely to his fellow creatures?

The three volumes in the trilogy have been re-issued in new editions in 2017.

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