Hardcover, Oslo: Gyldendal Norsk Forlag, 1969. Good with no dust jacket.
Book is in the Norwegian language. Exlibrary markings. Originally a soft cover, rebound with original wraps laminated over boards as a hardcover. Square, tight binding and hinges. Clean and bright pages. Exterior displays slight shelf wear. Study of the impact of Norwegian writer Knut Hamsun (1859-1952) on Russian-Soviet theater (the work of Stanislavsky, Nemirovitch-Dantsienko, Meyerhold, and Komissarsyevskaia) and fiction and other writing (Gorkii, Kuprin, Andreyev, Blok, Mayakovskii, Pasternak, Prishvin, Semyonov, Fedin, Fadeyev, Olesya, Yevtushenko). Russian-Soviet criticism of Hamsun is also addressed (Plekhanov, Voronskii, and others). Ex-Library; 8.5" (21.5 cm) tall; 212 pages.