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Her was pregnant and explain why he now has to attend appointments with child services In order to keep his daughter safe he must tell a terrible story one which unfolds with acute psychological suspense over the course of a single day Utterly gripping and brilliantly rendered in Knausgaards famously sensitive pensive and honest style Spring is the account of a shocking and heartbreaking familial trauma and the emotional epicenter of this singular literary series. This memoir is beautifully written and contains so many beautiful passages I had to read it with a pencil in hand However the details at times overwhelm the narrative and not all of them have

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Spring features Knausgaard unbound writing for the first time without a gimmick or the crutch of extravagant experimentationFall in love with the world he enjoins stay sensitive to it stay in it The New York TimesPoignant and beautifulEven if you think you wont like Knausgaard try this one and youll get him and get why some of us have gone crazy for him Los Angeles Review of Books You dont know what air is and yet you breathe You dont know what sleep is yet you. Unlike Knausgaard s other books in the season series this is not a collection of short musing ranging from tips to apples most of the book is a recounting of one day in Knausgaard s new child

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Sleep You dont know what night is yet you lie in it You dont know what a heart is yet your own heart beats steadily in your chest day and night day and night day and night So begins Spring the recommencement of Knausgaards fantastic and spellbinding literary project of assembling a personal encyclopedia of the world addressed directly to his newly born daughter But here Knausgaard must also tell his daughter the story of what happened during the time when her mot. The series of books written by Knausgaard to his daughter is also a love letter to his readers There were passages in the book that filled my eyes with tears for the sheer beauty that the writer


About the Author: Karl Ove Knausgaard

Karl Ove Knausgaard’s first novel Out of the World was the first ever debut novel to win the Norwegian Critics’ Prize and his second A Time to Every Purpose Under Heaven was widely acclaimed A Death in the Family the first of the My Struggle cycle of novels was awarded the prestigious Brage Award The My Struggle cycle has been heralded as a masterpiece wherever it appearsAuthor Photo © Sam Barker



10 thoughts on “ Spring AUTHOR Karl Ove Knausgaard

  1. says:

    Unlike Knausgaard's other books in the season series, this is not a collection of short musing ranging from q tips to apples, most of the book is a recounting of one day in Knausgaard's new child's life.
    It is a quick read but ep

  2. says:

    Wow. I was already a big fan and I was enjoying the seasonal quartet, but this volume really threw me. The first 2 had set me up to expect brief chapters detailing random/general facts & explanations of how the world works t

  3. says:

    My favorite writer _ enjoying being inside his world these Autumn Winter now Spring "seasonal" books moves.the focus from himself that we read about in the Struggle books to his relationship with the outside world _ this book is like a long letter to his youngest daughter about events happening right before and after her birth including his

  4. says:

    The series of books written by Knausgaard to his daughter is also a love letter to his readers. There were passag

  5. says:

    The author’s voice like a whisper in the ear lures the reader into a world where the familiar and prosaic take on magical qualities. To share this author’s vision is to suddenly be made aware of new layers of one’s own experience of life. Truly a remarkable book; it makes me want to read of his work.

  6. says:

    A beautifully written short prose poem to his very ill wife and in utero and new born child.

  7. says:

    This memoir is beautifully written, and contains so many beautiful passages, I had to read it with a pencil in hand. However, the details at times overwhelm the narrative, and not all of them have any "inner, hidden, deeper meaning," though most of them do.

  8. says:

    You really get inside the narrator's mind. The translator did a good job. You also get to know a Norwegian; we know so little abourt Scandinavia. IRNMA DICKINSON

  9. says:

    Loved Spring. Such an endearing and intimate novel of family life from the perspective of a loving, honest, and insightful father. The meandering flow adds to the novel's authenticity. The book present moments and ideas in an organic and lived in manner. A common diary if the common diary was brimming with wisdom and beauty. This may be my

  10. says:

    The best of the three seasons so far given to us. I loved his way of addressing his own talents and foibles.

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