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This classic novel explores the extremes of human experience through the eyes of a starving young writer in 19th-century Norway. With vivid realism and uncompromising prose, Knut Hamsun portrays the desperation and degradation of a society in crisis, while George Egerton's introduction provides a feminist perspective on the themes of hunger, poverty, and sexual anxiety.
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