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Ditte menneskebarn From The Author Of Pelle The Conqueror Martin Andersen Nexo 1869 1954 Ditte Everywoman Is A Long Rich Work In Three Volumes, Full Of The Kind Of Poetic Detail Found Only In Books Like Gorki S And O Casey S Autobiographies It Has Been Generally Unobtainable In This Country For A Long Time Now It Is A First Rate Novel Interpreting A Working Woman S Life In The First Volume Of The Trilogy, Ditte Is Truly Girl Alive Alive To All The Bittersweet Experiences Of Life In A Poor Family Struggling For Survival The Locale Is Denmark, Peasant Country, At The Beginning Of The 20th Century But It Becomes Sharply Here And Now By Virtue Of Nexo S Masterful Understanding Of Social Forces The Second And Third Volumes Daughter Of Man, And Towards The Stars Carry Ditte Into Maturity From Her Servant Days At The Hill Farm To Work In The Capital City, Copenhagen Martin Andersen Nexo S Writing Is Magnificent Throughout The Giant Simplicity Of An Enduring Folk Tale And Without Any Overt Psychologizing, He Probes Deep Into His Characters Ditte, Growing Up To Young Womanhood, Is Revealed In Her Complexities, Her Doubts And Her Rainbow Joys She Participates In All Experiences, Hers Is No Shallow Stream Of Consciousness, But A Plunging Into The Moving Current Of Life She Becomes Truly Ditte, Everywoman.

  • Paperback
  • 536 pages
  • Ditte menneskebarn
  • Martin Andersen Nexø
  • English
  • 23 May 2017
  • 9781595690333

About the Author: Martin Andersen Nexø

Martin Andersen Nex was born to a large family the fourth of eleven children in an impoverished district of Copenhagen In 1877, his family moved to Nex , and he adopted the name of this town as his last name Having been an industrial worker before, Nex he attended a folk high school and later worked as a journalist He spent the mid 1890s travelling in Southern Europe, and his book Soldage

10 thoughts on “Ditte menneskebarn

  1. says:

    Es gibt wenige B cher, die mir bislang hnlich viel bedeuten wie Ditte Menschenkind Ich habe das Buch dreimal gelesen, und immer habe ich Neues darin entdeckt, immer hat es einen nachhaltigen Eindruck auf mich hinterlassen Das erste Mal haben meine Mutter und ich es uns wechselseitig an Winterabenden vorgelesen, da war ich 14 Ich war gespannt, habe die Tragik des Schicksals und Lebens von Ditte aber keinesfalls in vollem Ma e erfassen k nnen Sp ter haben sich mir immer andere, neue Facetten erschlossen Ich liebe dieses Buch Mit Ditte zu leiden und in jeder Faser meines K rpers die Schmerzen und die Widrigkeiten zu sp ren, die sie erdulden musste, zeigt mir einmal mehr...

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  4. says:

    Grain history talented written.

  5. says:

    It is very hard to rate this book, it is an epic tale of a young woman whose life is full of tragedies, sorrows and, interestingly, hope and happiness, too It shows the lives of people in the lowest class in society, this is the book s greatest strength, and I think ...

  6. says:

    Daughter of man Denmark

  7. says:

    Loved it

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