Those days are over. Interesting characterization and well written scenes that awakes feelings like sadness, anger and also a bit of happiness. My feelings when reading this book went from “Wow this actually is a very exciting book” to “this is so boring and hard to read, please make it stop” to “I don’t want to put the book down” to “this is so tragic! Hun fikk anerkjennende takkebrev fra venner og beundrere, mens aviser og tidsskrifter brakte kritikk og motargumenter, og det ble trykt flere brosjyrer hvor bokens temaer ble diskutert. Mar 03, hmmm rated it really liked it.
Laila rated it liked it Jun 22, The book was nothing more than okay. I give it two stars, because I liked the diary part and the exchange of letters, but the main story line was too protracted for my taste. Said to get better in the second half, and that the letters and diary entries in the first half was more an outdated technique, but I really liked the first part as well. Said to get better in the second half, and that the letters and diary entries in the first half was more an outdated technique, but I really liked the first part as well. Really enjoyed this one.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. According to Selboe, scholars have looked at how she has been politically relevant for posterity.
Camilla Collett: Older, brighter and funnier
During a visit to Kristiania she met and fell in love with the poet Johan Sebastian Welhavenwho was also her brother Henrik’s literary nemesis. No nation is civil unless there is room for women. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The middle part would probably have made me put the book down if it wasn’t for my school project depending on me reading it.
It is believed that her personal experiences in life, specifically her relationship with Welhaven, influenced the book.
Collett was philosophically aligned with the Welhaven side of the debate, and her relationship with her brother may have been uneasy for some time. On her travels she protests and complains — her revolt is essau a driving force for ezsay. Den unge Camilla Collett. But there are indications that Camilla carried some resentment toward her father and brother over their opposition to her relationship with Welhaven.
I think the book could have been a lot shorter and still got its message out.
Trivia About The District Gove Those days are avv. Mar 03, hmmm rated it really liked it. Disse tekstene viser en annen – for mange kanskje ukjent – side ved hennes forfatterpersonlighet. To Collett she is an image of a woman who stands alone and is sacrificed.
The District Governor’s Daughters by Camilla Collett
Latest news 22 May Camilla Collett is famous for writing one novel, but her authorship consists of a large body of essays. Want to Read saving…. She struggled with personal financial problems for the rest of her life.
Collett, Camilla Overview. Older, brighter and funnier Camilla Collett: Den er skrevet av en kvinne. Innhold Verker Kilder og litteratur Portretter m.
Collett, Camilla 1813-1895
Views Read Edit View history. Maria Olborg rated it really liked it Caimlla 23, Camilla Collett Photo: It is difficult to combine revolutionary attitudes and femininity.
Nasjonalbiblioteket she keeps looking to Norway, the young nation not yet fully formed. In the novel, she discusses how young women and girls are deprived of training and education that will encourage them better life success, but she does not argue that women should pursue life and success independent of being married. She was also the younger sister camlila Norwegian poet Henrik Wergeland, and is recognized as being one of the first contributors to realism in Norwegian literature.
Menn leder norske selskaper. If the book hadn’t been on the curriculum, I would have stopped halfway.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. It’s a book which is still applicable in many contries today, where arranged marriage is the rule and love marriage is an exception. That said, I’m glad I did because the ending was great!