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by Johan Bojer
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Translated from the Norwegian by. W. J. ALEXANDER WORSTER and C. ARCHER. This was the third member of the crew, a lanky youth with whitish eyebrows and a foolish face. He stammered, and made a queer noise when he laughed: "Chee-hee-hee. Twice he had been turned down in the confirmation classes; after all, what was the use of learning lessons out of a book when nobody ever had patience to wait while he said them? Together they ran the boat down to the water's edge, got it afloat, and scrambled in, with much waving of patched trouser legs.
Johan Bojer (6 March 1872 – 3 July 1959) was a popular Norwegian novelist and dramatist. He principally wrote about the lives of the poor farmers and fishermen, both in his native Norway and among the Norwegian immigrants in the United States. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature five times. Bojer was born Johan Kristoffer Hansen in the village of Ørkedalsøren, now the town of Orkanger, Sør-Trøndelag county. Book I. Chapter I. For sheer havoc, there is no gale like a good northwester, when it roars in, through the long winter evenings, driving the spindrift before it between the rocky walls of the fjord.
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Johan Bojer (6 March 1872 – 3 July 1959) was a popular Norwegian novelist and dramatist
Johan Bojer (6 March 1872 – 3 July 1959) was a popular Norwegian novelist and dramatist. Johan Bojer (6 March 1872 – 3 July 1959) was a popular Norwegian novelist and dramatist.
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Translated from the Norwegian by. The Great Hunger, by Johan Bojer has never been seen before. Yesterday, however, there had been trouble of a different sort. To their dismay, the boys had found that they had not sinkers enough to weight the shore end of the line; and it looked as if they might have to give up the whole thing. Peer found himself in a room with rows of books all round the walls, and a big writing-table in the centre. Sit down, my bo. The schoolmaster went and picked out a long pipe, and filled it, clearing his throat nervously, with an occasional glance at the boy.