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Karl Ove Knausgaard
Karl Ove Knausgaard’s Struggle Is Over, But the Critical Debate Lives On
The question undergirding nearly every review of the now-complete series is whether he regrets that his quest for truth upended his entire family.
Jo Nesbø’s 10 Favorite Books
From Shakespeare to Knausgaard.
My Chat With Knausgaard (Not Just About Hitler)
The Norwegian novelist on European refugees, Hitler, and his own Argentinian dream.
Should White Men Stop Writing? A Q&A With Elisa Gabbert
“White liberals should be questioning our own motives, and being careful not to dominate the conversation, and taking criticism seriously.”
The Very Public Saga of Karl Ove Knausgaard Writing About Himself
Volume 4: Dancing in the Dark
is a lesser work than the first two books (though better than the third).
8 Books You Need to Read This April
Each month, Boris Kachka offers nonfiction and fiction book recommendations, and you should read as many of them as possible.
Best Tocqueville: Knausgaard, BHL, or Fry?
All hail Stephen Fry.
Karl Ove Knausgaard’s 6-Volume, 3,600-Page Book
“There is this kind of aura around it that is very strange.”