A Panorama of ‘Gunnar’s Daughter’
May 10, 2012 | by Jason Novak
A ten-foot-tall panel illustrating the 1909 Norwegian novel by Sigrid Undset. Now largely forgotten, Undset won the Nobel Prize in 1928. I think her books deserve more attention. Gunnar’s Daughter was published a century ago but takes place in the Middle Ages and has all the great dark and bizarre appeal of Icelandic legend recycled for an Edwardian audience ready to be shocked. Click in and scroll down for the whole story.
Jason Novak works at a grocery store in Berkeley, California, and changes diapers in his spare time.