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A Little Norsk

Auhtor: Hamlin Garland

Language: english
Published: 1892

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Review by Michael Gallagher, February 2006


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Little Norsk':

A Little Norsk Or Ol Pap S Flaxen by Hamlin Garland. This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.

Excerpts from the Book 'A Little Norsk':


... seeing that Anson hardly made headway against the terrible blast, he rushed out, bare-headed as he was, and caught and hurried him in and ...
... taking care not to waken her, and lay there thinking of his new responsibility. At every shiver of the cowering cabin and rising shriek of the wind, ...
... the morning sun stream in. It lighted the bare little room and fell on the frozen face and rigid, half-open eyes of the dead woman with a strong, white ...
... raising her eager little hands as high as she could, and when he lifted her she twined her arms around his neck. Poor little critter. she ain't ...
... shrewd observer would have said, Lookout for him he's dangerous.. His gray shirt, loose at the throat, showed a neck that resembled the spreading ...
... of shadow and sheen. Flaxen was now the housewife and daughter of these hard-working pioneers, and a cheery and capable one she had become. No one ...
... the case to her in a way that'll catch her-see if I don't. She ain't no common girl.. It was growing dark as they went in, and the girl's face ...
... the light, broke out Ans, rousing himself and the team Flaxen's got supper all ready for us. She's a regular little Trojan, that girl is. ...
... shut down on the broad land again with that implacable, remorseless brilliancy of fierce cold which characterises the northern plain, stopping ...
... that Flaxen's bright letters were like bursts of bird-song in their loneliness. Many of the young men, their neighbours, went back East to spend the ...
... the barn, and hastily laid the picture down, and when Anson entered was apparently dropping off to sleep. . Chapter X. Flaxen Comes Home On A ...
... o' got into the notion o' bein' old myself. Got a kind o' crick in the back, y' know. But I ain't I ain't ten years older'n you be.. And he was ...
... to see 'r hear. You can't expect a girl to be contented with this country after she's seen any other. No trees no flowers jest a lot o' little shanties ...
... of the future without her. As he sat so, the bedroom door opened, and Flaxen's tearful face looked out at him. He did not seem to hear, and she stole ...
... little babe-my Flaxen. he said with unutterable love and pity. Again his mind ran over the line of his life-the cabin, the dead woman, the baby ...
... Flaxen's own. He stopped as his eyes fell on her. She was no longer a girl. The majesty of maternity was on her pale face and in her great eyes. A faint, ...
... where the La Crosse River empties into the Father of Waters, skated into an air-hole. The two young ladies with him were rescued, but the fated man ...
... and pleasure the oft-times stirring and passionate sentences of this novel.-Public Opinion. The dnoment is tragical, thrilling, and picturesque.-New ...
... Times. Only a writer who had distinguished himself as a student of Egyptian and Assyrian antiquities could have produced this work, which has none ...
... Dufferin. 12mo. Cloth, $2.00. A graphic and intensely interesting portraiture of out-door life in the Dominion, and will become, we are confident, ...