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The Seed (novel)

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Original title  Kimen
Publication date  1940
Originally published  1940
Page count  214
Adaptations  Kimen (1974)
Translator  Kenneth G. Chapman
Pages  214
Author  Tarjei Vesaas
Publisher  Gyldendal Norsk Forlag
Published in english  1964
Published in English  1964, The American-Scandinavian Foundation
Similar  Tarjei Vesaas books, Other books

The Seed (Nynorsk: Kimen) is a 1940 novel by the Norwegian writer Tarjei Vesaas. The narrative is set on a small island where a stranger settles. This is soon followed by a mysterious murder case, which creates widespread distrust in the community. The novel was the author's first departure from literary realism into a more allegorical mode of storytelling. An English translation by Kenneth G. Chapman was published in 1964, in a shared volume with Vesaas' novel Spring Night.

The Seed was the basis for a 1974 film with the same title, directed by Erik Solbakken.

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The Seed (novel) Wikipedia


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