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Nordic Council's Literature Prize
Weariness, Wakefulness, The Atom Station, Independent People, The Unvanquished
Justice Undone (Icelandic: Grámosinn glóir) is a novel by Icelandic author Thor Vilhjálmsson. It was first published in 1986.
This crime story is based on an Icelandic trial dating back to the 19th century when two half-siblings were accused of having committed incest. The novel pivots on the magistrate of the trial who has just returned from his studies in Copenhagen.
In 1988, Thor won the Nordic Council Literature Prize for the book. It was translated to English in 1998 by Bernard Scudder.
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