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Tarjei Vesaas (1897-1970) is widely considered to be one of Norway's greatest writers of the 20th century and perhaps its most important since World War II. He published several novels including "The Ice Palace," several volumes of poetry, and a book of short stories which was awarded an international prize at Venice in 1952. He was awarded several other prizes and was a candidate for the Nobel Prize in 1964, 1968, and 1969.
"A spare, icily humane story ... the translation conveys successfully a concentration of style and feeling that seems to Vesaas' characteristic mark as a novelist." --"Sunday Times"