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Through the Night Paperback – Jun 18 2013

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Stig Saeterbakken (1966 2012) was one of Norway s most acclaimed contemporary writers. His novels include Through the Night and Siamese (also published by Dalkey Archive).

Sean Kinsella was born in Ireland and holds an MPhil in literary translation from Trinity College, Dublin. He has previously translated work by Frode Grytten and Bjarte Breiteig into English, and currently resides in Norway with his wife and two daughters.

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Sorrow June 28 2013
By Walter Lovelace - Published on
Format: Paperback
Sorrow so deap that it hurts to read about. Sorrow so unbearable that it must have been almost impossible to write about. Sorrow that comes from something that cannot be explained, or discussed, or forgotten or forgiven. Therefore guilt is the only emotion available. A dark and frightning story that one wishes had a happy ending. No such luck! Sorrow has no neat ending.