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Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC
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When Eyvind opened his eyes next morning it was from a long, refreshing sleep and happy dreams. Marit had lain on the rock and thrown down leaves at him; he had caught them and thrown them up again; they went up and down in a thousand colours and figures; the sun shone on them, and the whole rock sparkled. As he awoke he looked round, expecting still to see the picture of his dream; then he recollected the previous day, and immediately the same tingling, bitter pain in his breast began again.
Bjornstjerne Bjornson was the consummate idealist, crusading for noble causes all over Europe, but maintaining his sympathy for human failings. Bjornson's tales of country life were a romantic attempt to capture the Norwegian national character in literature. They were vastly popular in the United States among homesick Norwegian immigrants. When the Modern Breakthrough arrived, Bjornson began energetically composing plays of social relevance. Although less widely read today, Bjornson remains a significant figure in Norwegian literary history. Bjornson died in 1910.
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