Irish novelist James Joyce was a big fan of Henrik Ibsen; in fact, Joyce’s first published work was a review of Ibsen’s play, When We Dead Awaken.
Author: Christine Foster Meloni
Christine Foster Meloni reviews the new book “So Much Longing in So Little Space: The Art of Edvard Munch” by novelist Karl Ove Knausgaard.
Christine Foster Meloni reviews the fourth and final installment of Karl Ove Knausgaard’s series of seasonal essays with Summer—just in time for the season.
Christine Foster Meloni of The Norwegian American reviews the third book in Karl Ove Knausgaard’s seasonal quartet.
Longtime contributor Christine Foster Meloni shares a letter from a cousin in Norway about life during the corona crisis.
Christine Foster Meloni of The Norwegian American presents her five favorite Norwegian crime authosrs for the 2020 Easter edition.
Christine Foster Meloni reviews Winter, Karl Ove Knausgaard’s follow-up to his previous book, Autumn, which contains essays that contemplate winter.
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.