Willa Cather and Sigrid Undset: The Correspondence in Oslo

@article{Harbison2000WillaCA,
  title={Willa Cather and Sigrid Undset: The Correspondence in Oslo},
  author={S. Harbison},
  journal={Resources for American Literary Study},
  year={2000},
  volume={26},
  pages={236 - 259}
}
  • S. Harbison
  • Published 2000
  • Art
  • Resources for American Literary Study
In February 1999, a bundle of stray papers retrieved from the cellar and attic of Bjerkebæk, a stately timber estate in Lillehammer, Norway, yielded nineteen letters from the American novelist Willa Cather (1873–1947). All were written between 1940 and 1947 to the Nobel Prize–winning Norwegian novelist Sigrid Undset (1882–1949), whose home Bjerkebæk was for the last thirty years of her life. The letters are now housed with Undset’s other papers in the Oslo Division of the National Library of… Expand

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