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Wanderers by Knut Hamsun

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Wanderers
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Publisher: A.A. Knopf
ISBN/ASIN: 0285647873
Number of pages: 336

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At the beginning of the first novel the wanderer, Knut Pedersen, has fled the city, seeking peace and nurturing from nature. We see him at the end of the second novel wintering alone in a cabin near the mountains, once more seeking peace through solitude in nature and reflecting on what he has learned of life.

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