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Lucky Per

Henrik Pontoppidan

Lucky Per

by Henrik Pontoppidan

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Published by Peter Lang in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementHenrik Pontoppidan ; translated from the Danish with an afterword by Naomi Lebowitz
ContributionsLebowitz, Naomi
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPT8175.P6 L913 2011
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24384184M
ISBN 109781433110924
LC Control Number2010037486
OCLC/WorldCa664258917

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In search of himself, Lucky Per swims through the intellectual tides of late 19th-century Europe (a crisis in Christianity, Darwinism, industrialism, folk art revival, anti-Semitism, sexual freedom) while at the same time immersed in Copenhagen and Danish country life/5(23).

Lucky Per, written at the turn from the nineteenth to the twentieth century (), has never before been translated into English, although its author, Henrik Pontoppidan, won the Nobel Prize in literature in together with his Danish countryman Karl Adolph Gjellerup.

Indeed, Pontoppidan’s novel was singled out by writers like Thomas Mann and 5/5(1). About Lucky Per A true neglected classic, this sweeping novel is a Modernist masterpiece and arguably “the great Danish novel”– but is only newly available in English.

Lucky Per is a bildungsroman about the ambitious son of a clergyman who rejects his faith and flees his restricted life in the Danish countryside for the capital city.

Lucky Per seems to be a simple title, but the word Lykke in Danish can mean both happiness and luck. This novel therefore looks into the difference between the two and what the relationship between them is.

An interesting novel this and one which reminded me of an adult fairy tale in the way there’s a moral side to the story and/5. In this serial novel, which blends the grim moralism of Ibsen with the careful description of French realists like Zola and Flaubert, Pontoppidan spins Lucky Per book long story that borrows much from his own life.

Peter Andreas Sidenius, Per for short, is the son of a Protestant minister in the Danish countryside, the fjord-carved coast of Jutland. A classic in Denmark, the novel flings its hero, Per Sidenius, into one moral crisis after another.

The son of a provincial clergyman, Per flees his family to pursue his dream of becoming an. Lucky Per book Pontoppidan, a winner of the Nobel Prize, completed “Lucky Per” in Illustration by Hugo Guinness Imagine a novel about an ambitious, slightly coarse, provincial young man, determined.

Still, overseas, Lucky Per and its author remain as unrecognized as Bloch seemed to fear 80 years ago. Only a few dozen pages of Pontoppidan’s fiction. Lucky Per is a long, wending novel that is both Bildungsroman, of a self-absorbed but ambitious young man trying to find his place in the world, and a mirror and judgment of Danish society and circumstances at a time of great social and cultural upheaval.

It is set in a period when that: "European wave of culture [ ] swept over the country". Lucky Per is a bildungsroman about the ambitious son of a clergyman who rejects his faith and flees his restricted life in the Danish countryside for the capital city.

Per is a gifted young man who arrives in Copenhagen believing that "you had to hunt down luck as if it were a wild creature, a crooked-fanged beast and capture and bind it.".

Lucky Per is a bildungsroman about the ambitious son of a clergyman who rejects his faith and flees his restricted life in the Danish countryside for the capital city. Per is a gifted young man who arrives in Copenhagen believing that "you had to hunt down luck as if it were a wild creature, a crooked-fanged beast.

and capture and bind it.". Travel BookTrail Style to Lucky Per’s Copenhagen. There are a few buildings and places of note within the novel to help explain the history and the stories within the novel. Vestervig Church.

There are many glories of Denmark’s oldest cloister, the Vestervig Church. One of them is the Romanesque gravestone with two procession crosses on it. Lucky Per is a bildungsroman about the ambitious son of a clergyman who rejects his faith and flees his restricted life in the Danish countryside for the capital city.

Per is a gifted young man who arrives in Copenhagen believing that "you had to hunt down luck as if it were a wild creature, a crooked-fanged beast and capture and bind it."/5(5). Other articles where Lucky Per is discussed: Henrik Pontoppidan: work, the novel Lykke-Per (–; Lucky Per, originally published in eight volumes), in which the chief character bears some resemblance to Pontoppidan himself.

He is a clergyman’s son who rebels against the puritanical atmosphere of his home and seeks his fortune in the capital as an engineer. Lucky Per is a bildungsroman about the ambitious son of a clergyman who rejects his faith and flees his restricted life in the Danish countryside for the capital city.

Per is a gifted young man who arrives in Copenhagen believing that "you had to hunt down luck as if it were a wild creature, a crooked-fanged beast and capture and bind it.". "Lucky Per is the ambitious son of a clergyman who rejects his faith and flees his restricted life in the Danish countryside for the capital city.

Print book: Fiction: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Sweeps through every social, religious, literary, and philosophical circle of the s, through the politics of city power brokers, the engineering of new technology, the alien correctives of provincial complacency by the ecumenical culture and complex of Copenhagen's Jewish.

Translation Thursday puts the focus on books which cross borders from one language to another. Translated fiction set in Denmark - Lucky Per is a classic of Danish fiction and is now in English.

Naomi Lebowitz is the Translator. Find out more on TheBookTrail. May 2, The title “A Fortunate Man” has a double edge, as the movie, whose characters rarely fail to explain their motives and circumstances, never.

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A true neglected classic, this sweeping novel is a Modernist masterpiece and arguably "the great Danish novel"-- but is only newly available in Per is a bildungsroman about the ambitious son of a clergyman who rejects his faith and flees his restricted life in the Danish countryside for the capital city.

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