[The protagonists] grand, egotistical journey begins with art and ends with God, taking a path marked out by tormented disquisitions on all manner of existential questions.�New York Times Book Review�Laxness brought the Icelandic novel out from the saga�s shadow. . . . To read Laxness is also to understand why he haunts Iceland�he writes the unearthly prose of a poet ca
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