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Fri Mar 21 17:13:14 2014 UTClccn-no981082200.33Growth of the soil,0.500.95Elements of physical therapy7014928no 981082204814278Worster, W., 1882-1929Worster, W. W.Worster, W. W., 1882-1929Worster, W. (William), 1882-1929Worster, William John Alexander, 1882-1929Worster, William W.lccn-n79089334Hamsun, Knut1859-1952lccn-n91056215Bojer, Johan1872-1959lccn-n90686397Archer, Charles1861-1941trllccn-n82143184Lagerlöf, Selma1858-1940lccn-n81068079Rackham, Bernard1876-1964lccn-nr95002713Hannover, Emil1864-1923lccn-n79113859Rasmussen, Knud1879-1933lccn-n79056552Buchholtz, Johannes1882-1940lccn-no2009022520Jørgensen, Jørgen1894-1969lccn-n79106319Gunnarsson, Gunnar1889-1975Worster, W. J. Alexander(William John Alexander)1882-1929FictionHistoryFolkloreGlossaries, vocabularies, etcCriticism, interpretation, etcLegendsNorwayLogicWorster, W. J. 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A complex man, Glahn has rejected society and turned to nature, delving into the recesses of his own psyche. The Lieutenant recounts his relationship with Edvara, who, by rejecting him, utterly destroys him. Hamsun's Pan is as beautiful as it is disturbing+-+741416984631010ocn001404063book19220.66Hamsun, KnutWanderersFictionSeries of musings by literary, nature-loving tramp. Autobiographical+-+92584646962654ocn001846868book19210.39Hamsun, KnutDreamersFictionThe antics of Ove Rolandsen, telegraph operator and local Casanova in a fishing village in Norway. He serenades the curate's wife, fights a drunken giant, but taking on the town's fish-glue magnate is a more difficult matter. By the winner of the 1920 Nobel Prize for Literature+-+71293060663242587ocn001803194book19200.66Lagerlöf, SelmaThe outcast2342ocn002308821book19250.56Hannover, EmilPottery & porcelain, a handbook for collectorsHistory1245ocn000986444book19310.76Jørgensen, JørgenA treatise of formal logic : its evolution and main branches, with its relations to mathematics and philosophy1033ocn001842531book19210.81Gunnarsson, GunnarGuest the One-eyed927ocn003486514book19210.76Rasmussen, KnudEskimo folk-talesFolklore+-+8302864005836ocn003417916book19310.81Grønbech, Vilhelm PeterThe culture of the TeutonsHistory754ocn003289654book19260.84Schou, Hans JacobReligion and morbid states691ocn002675542book19300.93Rasmussen, KnudIntellectual culture of the Hudson bay EskimosFolkloreGlossaries, vocabularies, etcLegends656ocn002405889book19220.73Buchholtz, JohannesThe miracles of Clara Van Haag625ocn003663579book19250.92Cavling, ViggoThe collective spirit : an idealistic theory of evolution606ocn002036400book19200.84Buchholtz, JohannesEgholm and his God572ocn000599685book19210.88Linnankoski, JohannesThe song of the blood-red flower574ocn008925748book19200.81Hamsun, KnutMothwiseFiction+-+0520926066324555ocn007471307book19200.84Worster, W. J. AlexanderMerlin's isle : a study of Rudyard Kipling's EnglandCriticism, interpretation, etc497ocn014739517book19300.95Worster, W. J. AlexanderElements of physical therapy222ocn613268323file19220.84Nilsen, Anthon Bernhard EliasDry fish and wet133ocn681106940com19190.56Bojer, JohanThe great hungerFictionLife of an engineer72ocn016156228book19340.88Williams, Astrid MörkEine stilistische Untersuchung englischer Übersetzungen Knut Hamsuns61ocn028231256book19270.39Hamsun, KnutPanFictionHamsun builds his story through the papers of his main character, Lieutenant Thomas Glahn. A complex man, Glahn has rejected society and turned to nature, delving into the recesses of his own psyche. The Lieutenant recounts his relationship with Edvara, who, by rejecting him, utterly destroys him. Hamsun's Pan is as beautiful as it is disturbing+-+6856690226324+-+6856690226324Fri Mar 21 15:12:37 EDT 2014batch16642