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A fugitive crosses his tracks

Aksel Sandemose

A fugitive crosses his tracks

by Aksel Sandemose

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Published by A. A. Knopf in New York .
Written in English

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    • Norway -- Fiction.

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      Statement[by] Aksel Sandemose; with a note by Sigrid Undset; translated from the Norwegian for the first time by Eugene Gay-Tifft.
      ContributionsGay-Tifft, Eugene, 1898- tr.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPZ3.S21453 Fu
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 414 p., 1 l.
      Number of Pages414
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6339150M
      LC Control Number36015689

      A MAN LOOKS BACK ON HIS PAST; Here Is a Norwegian Novel That Is Marked by Genuine Originality A FUGITIVE CROSSES HIS TRACKS. Translated from . Thesis on Fugitive Crosses His Tracks: The Harshness of Assignment The principles of Jante Law suggest that the community can often thwart the individual in a negative fashion. Rather than viewing communal life as supportive and beneficial to the individual, Sandemose sees it as stifling.

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A Fugitive Crosses his Tracks book. Read 26 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Part of a long series of novels about the author's al /5. A fugitive crosses his tracks - Aksel Sandemose - Google Books. Part of a long series of novels about the author's alter ego, Espen Arnakke, a sailor from Jante, Denmark, begun in and continuing to He explores his irrational act of murdering a friend who seduced his girlfriend.3/5(2).

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A fugitive crosses his tracks Aksel Sandemose ; Eugene Gay-Tifft Part of a long series of novels about the author's alter ego, Espen Arnakke, a sailor from Jante, A fugitive crosses his tracks book, begun in and continuing to He explores his irrational act of murdering a friend who seduced his girlfriend.

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New York, A.A. Knopf, The novel was translated into English and published under the title A Fugitive Crosses His Tracks in by Alfred A.

Knopf. In this novel, Sandemose introduced the concept of the Law of Jante, a listing of ten cultural rules which describe a pattern of group behaviour towards individuals common to Nordic countries.

He was also an essayist and : Axel Nielsen, 19 MarchNykøbing. Sandemose’s works are little read these days, except, that is, for a small fragment of one novel, A Fugitive Crosses His Tracks, published in The book is a thinly veiled roman à clef about the people of Nykøbing, which in the book is renamed “Jante.”.

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Aksel Sandemose: En flyktning krysser sitt spor (A Fugitive Crosses His Tracks) If this book had been written in English, it would no doubt be considered a classic. As it was written in Norwegian, it is long since out of print in English translation and quite difficult to get hold of.

Sandemoses book, A Fugitive Crosses His Tracks, contains other laws and commands that are also a part of Janteloven. For example, preceding the Ten Commandments of Jante Espen Arnakke tells us µYou must not drink alcohol: that was the greatest command of Janteloven (Sandemose, []: 38 [emphasis in original]).

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Tell the Publisher!Author: Aksel Sandemose. The attitudes were first formulated in the form of the ten rules of Jante Law by the Dano - Norwegian author Aksel Sandemose in his satirical novel A Fugitive Crosses His Tracks (En flyktning krysser sitt spor, ), but the actual attitudes themselves are older.

FYI: Aksel Sandemose was born in Denmark, but is a Norwegian author. [1] I’m not saying this to compete with my Danish neighbours, but I see you are asking just Danes and that the question is labeled “Danish Culture”.

However, as English editions. Buy A fugitive crosses his tracks by Sandemose, Aksel (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Aksel Sandemose. Over Thanksgiving break, I read and fell in love with a translation of a novel by Aksel Sandemose called “A Fugitive Crosses His Tracks.”Alfred A.

Knopf, now an imprint of Random House.In A Fugitive Crosses His Tracks Sandemose develops one of his more famous concepts, the Jante Law, in which he Followers:   The Law of Jante is a social concept created by Danish / Norwegian author Aksel Sandemose in his book A Fugitive Crosses His Tracks.

You may be familiar with a similar concept used in other parts of the world called “Tall Poppy Syndrome”.