Trouble in Paradise: Revising Identity in Two Texts by Thor Heyerdahl

  title={Trouble in Paradise: Revising Identity in Two Texts by Thor Heyerdahl},
  author={Jenna Coughlin},
  journal={Scandinavian Studies},
  pages={246 - 269}
Heyerdahl er den mest beremte nalevende nordmannen.... Han er arhundrets nordmann. Det tyvende arbundrcts nordmann. Man bar karet ham til det. Han bar seilt pa mange hav. Bevist bade det enc og det andre. Hans teorier er kontroversielle. Og beromte. Heyerdahl bar vort itng en gang. Han bar vort som meg. Var ban silk som jeg er nd da ban var 29? --Erlend Loe, L (1) (Heyerdahl is the most famous Norwegian living today.... He is the Norwegian of the century. The Norwegian of the twentieth century… 


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