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Kristin Lavransdatter has ratings and reviews. Tutto il libro ruota intorno a Kristin figlia di Lavrans e seguiamo la sua vita dall’infanzia fino alla morte;. Kristin figlia di Lavrans by Sigrid Undset, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Kristin Figlia Di Lavrans. 63 likes. Book. Kristin Figlia Di Lavrans. Book. 63 people like this topic. Want to like this Page? Sign up for Facebook to get started.

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For those reading it for the first time, I strongly recommend the most recent translation by Tiina Nunnally. Once it is a chore it is no longer fun. September 4, Sold by: Kristin and Erlend have a tempestuous life together. Sigrid Undset will have none of it. There is magic, most who know me will attest to my love of all things magical. It was very worthwhile.

The description of motherhood and all its joys and sorrows were perfectly described and came alive in beautiful descriptions. It is not kind, just true! It is the historical epic of the passionate and headstrong Kristin Lavransdatter. In addition to that, the characters that did exist for more than one appearance were terribly flat and uninspiring.

Kristin Figlia Di Lavrans Libri Dello Spirito Cristiano

Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Sigrid’s epic traces a life that’s charted by what people of Kristin’s time regarded as a mortal sin, and virtually everything that happens in the or so pages has its roots in that. But the effects are not all internal to Kristin and cannot all be dismissed as a product of guilt. I deliberately chose to read this book in order to learn better how to write characters in a non-modern mindset, and I find myself richly rewarded.


Painful, but could feel authentic. Forse l’unico pregio si trova nella descrizione dei paesaggi e degli usi e costumi norvegesi durante fgilia medioevo; purtroppo queste descrizioni si perdono tra le molte altre cose che non ho apprezzato. I have no idea who they were.

Rare is the work that brings forth a woman who, while willing and able to follow the mores of the world she has been brought up in, does not accept the assumption that she will submit to them entirely. There were many other things I didn’t like: The person who recommended this to me called it a Norwegian Middlemarchand now that I have finished, I say it is a true statement for all intents and purposes.

I wanted to “All my days I have longed equally to travel the right road and to take my own errant path. Oh my, I definitely understand why this was a struggle.

English review It was a torture to finish this book but I held on because I was reading it as a readalong with other members but also because by the same author I had read Jenny and liked it though the start was a little bit slow. Kristin Lavransdatter won the Nobel Prize in for its accurate and vivid descriptions of the Middle Ages.

Nov 04, Only rarely does anything the characters do affect their world at large, despite their being in a position to do so.

dely (Liguria, Italy, Italy)’s review of Kristin figlia di Lavrans

I know that I have read this wrong and have completely missed the point, but this is just how I feel at the end of this massive book. Her father arranges oristin a secure marr.

Set in Norway in the 14th century, the tale of Kristen from her childhood to old age is a classic as she makes an impetuous mistake that may or may not be the right choice. My estimation of the book may be influenced by the fact that I purchased and read it in Norway while spending two months there visting family.


The soapiness just felt silly, and it distracted me from the solemn beauty of the book. The ones I did like disappeared for one reason or another.

Now in one volume, Tiina Nunnally’s a In her great historical epic Kristin Lavransdatterset in fourteenth-century Norway, Nobel laureate Sigrid Undset tells the life story of one passionate and headstrong woman. And yet she had loved it so, rejoicing over it, with both the bad and the good, so that there was not a single day she would have given back to God without lament or a single sorrow she would have relinquished without regret.

Kristin Figlia Di Lavrans Di Sigrid Undset – Riassunto (Italian, Electronic book text)

I give Sigrid props for that, because as much as I love doing my own research, I have a feeling I would have petered out halfway oavrans and there’d be a lot of really glaring mistakes. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. The narration focuses on the central heroine of the saga, around which orbits a constellation of secondary characters that presents a full display of the myriad tonalities of human nature depicted from the perspective of the classical struggle between good and evil, light and darkness, punishment and exoneration.

At times I had such compassion towards her. To view it, click here. There were a couple of kings, a queen who had children from a second marriage and cospiracies but everything was written assuming that the reader knew perfectly the historical characters and events.