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One of Hamsun's most famous works, written in 1894, while he lived in Paris, France, Pan helped him win the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1920.
Manufacturer: Penguin Classics
Release date: 1 September 1998
ISBN-10 : 0141180676 | ISBN-13: 9780141180670
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Book Diary 2020 (112 books items)

"When I got outside, I looked up at the window. No one was watching me. I heard her name, heard what she had said and done, and it was no longer of any great importance to me; it was as if he spoke of some distant, irrelevant thing. So quickly one can forget, I thought to myself, and wondered at it. The sea foamed gently against the rocks and wrapped me in a veil of murmuring; far up on the egg-cliffs, all the birds of the coast were flying and screaming. But the sea wrapped me round on all s"


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