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What We're Reading This Fall at Scandinavia House

 
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Nordic book club

TUESDAYS—9-26, 10-24 & 11-28—6-7 PM, free
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Read and discuss Scandinavian literature in translation as part of our Nordic Book Club. Discussions typically take place the last Tuesday of the month in the Halldór Laxness Library at Scandinavia House and online in our Goodreads group during the last week of the month.

 

SEPTEMBER 2017
JUSTINE BY IBEN MONDRUP
TUE—9-26

 

Justine tells the story of a young artist whose life is upended when her house burns down with all of the artworks for her upcoming exhibit inside. With little time left to recreate everything she’s lost, Justine embarks on a series of sexual escapades with a sort of doomed intensity.

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OCTOBER 2017
NORMA BY SOFI OKSANEN
TUE—10-24

 

From the internationally best-selling author of Purge and When the Doves Disappeared, Norma is a spellbinding new novel set in present-day Helsinki, about a young woman with a fantastical secret who is trying to solve the mystery of her mother's death.

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NOVEMBER 2017
AMATKA BY KARIN TIDBECK
TUE—11-28

 

In Karin Tidbeck's dystopic imagining, language has the power to shape reality. Unless objects, buildings, and the surrounding landscape are repeatedly named, and named properly, everything will fall apart. Trapped in a repressive colony, Vanja dreams of using language to break free, but her individualism may well threaten the very fabric of reality. Amatka is a beguiling and wholly original novel about freedom, love, and artistic creation by an idiosyncratic new voice.

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