Christine Foster Meloni reviews Winter, Karl Ove Knausgaard’s follow-up to his previous book, Autumn, which contains essays that contemplate winter.
Author: Christine Foster Meloni
Christine Foster Meloni reviews the novel Autumn by Norwegian author Karl Ove Knausgaard, in English translation by Ingvild Burkey.
Christine Foster Meloni reviews Robert McNamara’s production of Sea by Norwegian playwright Jon Fosse at Washington, D.C,’s Scena Theatre.
In a new novel, writer Wendy Swallow imagines the life that Nora, Ibsen’s protagonist from A Doll’s House, lived after the controversial ending of the play.
Karin Fossum continues to deserve the title of Norway’s Queen of Crime. Her latest novel, The Whisperer, is a riveting read.
Norwegian director Hans Petter Moland’s film, Out Stealing Horses, based on Per Petterson’s beloved novel, will be Norway’s bid for an Oscar nomination.
When a workshop for making kransekaker was announced in the newsletter of the Washington, D.C., Sons of Norway lodge, the response was overwhelming.
In Jon Klein’s Resolving Hedda, which has had runs in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., the protaganist gets angry with Ibsen and decides to live.
Norway’s National Deaf Theater, staged its U.S. premiere of Crying Hands: Deaf People in Hitler’s Germany at the Dorothy Betts Marvin Theater in D.C.
Ruth Maier has been called the Austrian-Norwegian Anne Frank. Her tragic story, however, is not as well-known as that of the German girl.