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Dancing in the Dark-SIGNED FIRST PRINTING

Knausgaard, Karl Ove

Editorial: Harvill Secker, London, 2015
ISBN 10: 1846557240 / ISBN 13: 9781846557248
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Título: Dancing in the Dark-SIGNED FIRST PRINTING

Editorial: Harvill Secker, London

Año de publicación: 2015

Encuadernación: Hardback

Condición del libro: Fine

Condición de la sobrecubierta: Fine

Ejemplar firmado: Signed by Author

Edición: First Edition.

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Fine first printing in fine dustwrapper. The book is as new and unmarked. The dustwrapper is also in perfect shape and not clipped. Signed by the author to a special front endpaper and supplied by Waterstones. A large number of copies of this issue wre issued on publication. The end paper is illustrated and differs from the standard trade issue. A heavy book which may well incur a postal surcharge. As a keen collector myself I make every effort to provide a high level of service. Enquiries welcomed. N° de ref. de la librería 005526

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Sinopsis:

18 years old and fresh out of high school, Karl Ove Knausgaard moves to a tiny fisherman?s village far north of the polar circle to work as a school teacher. He has no interest in the job itself ? or in any other job for that matter. His intention is to save up enough money to travel while finding the space and time to start his writing career. Initially everything looks fine: He writes his first few short stories, finds himself accepted by the hospitable locals and receives flattering attention from several beautiful local girls.

But then, as the darkness of the long polar nights start to cover the beautiful landscape, Karl Ove?s life also takes a darker turn. The stories he writes tend to repeat themselves, his drinking escalates and causes some disturbing blackouts, his repeated attempts at losing his virginity end in humiliation and shame, and to his own distress he also develops romantic feelings towards one of his 13-year-old students. Along the way, there are flashbacks to his high school years and the roots of his current problems. And then there is the shadow of his father, whose sharply increasing alcohol consumption serves as an ominous backdrop to Karl Ove?s own lifestyle.

The fourth part of a sensational literary cycle that has been hailed as ?perhaps the most important literary enterprise of our times? (Guardian)

Críticas: " Why would you read a six-volume, 3,600 page Norwegian novel about a man writing a six-volume, 3,600 page novel? The short answer is that it is breathtakingly good and so you cannot stop yourself, and would not want to" ( New York Times Book Review)

" It's unbelievable...I need the next volume like crack. It's completely blown my mind" ( Zadie Smith)

" Perhaps the most significant literary enterprise of our times" (Rachel Cusk Guardian)

" It's much more fun than Proust because it speaks to our desire for jokes and parties and travel and babies, as well as the tender memories of childhood and the lofty aspirations of literature. It?s all beautifully human? Being drawn into his world is an ineluctable pleasure and makes almost every other contemporary writer seem pathetically showy by example" ( The Times)

"At the end of this bittersweet stint in the far north, translated again with both dynamism and delicacy by Don Bartlett, the last track invoked happens to be that talisman of the late John Peel: ?Teenage Kicks? by The Undertones. For all its manic overdub of detail, Dancing in the Dark delivers a knockout kick" (Boyd Tonkin Independent)

"The narrator may be intellectually earnest, an aesthete who mediates on the sublime, but he is also a hapless fool, prone to Chaplinesque pratfalls. In exposing himself as a bundle of contradictions, Knausgaard allows us to see ourselves... it works wonderfully well" (Blake Morrison Guardian)

"If the function of literature is to take you out of your own life and involve you in someone else?s then My Struggle is literature? gripping" (John Carey Sunday Times)

" The most appealing in the series so far" ( Daily Express)

" Irresistible" ( Financial Times)

"If you have read the first one, you will need to read on ? and you shouldn?t stop reading until the end" (Toby Lichtig Literary Review)

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