5 edition of Bjarna-Dísa found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 56 p. :|
|Number of Pages||93|
nodata File Size: 9MB.
And maybe this is what the Sagas were really all about.
The album was mixed by Addi 800 and mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music. He does not travel lightly, has packed an immense trunk — filled Bjarna-Dísa with the essential equipment for travels in the dangerous highland — Bjarna-Dísa. The biography's popularity has in fact been on the decline in the last decade or so — but another form of literature has perhaps taken its place — the fictional biography or autofiction - a subcategory of creative nonfiction.
The books were very well received by critics and readers alike. Little is known about the authors of the sagas, the one thing we know for certain is that they were Icelanders living in the 13 th and 14 th centuries. They told of battles, of births and deaths but there is art and fiction in every line. In recent times, there have been a number of musicians leaving Iceland albeit temporarily to pursue more creative songwriting opportunities, while some artists, such as the acclaimed Irish singer-songwriter Damien Rice, have travelled the opposite way, seeking inspiration in the Nordic wilderness.
Fast paced, Bjarna-Dísa yet tragic — it explains how pride, aggression, power and oppression make war.
This may be the reason biographies and autobiographies have always been incredibly popular in Iceland Bjarna-Dísa and it was Bjarna-Dísa considered normal for almost anyone over fifty to be writing — or thinking about writing their bio. Perhaps this fascination with creative nonfiction really goes back eight hundred years! I believe that all lives are interesting, and that getting through the day without major catastrophe is a triumph all in itself.
This may be the reason biographies and autobiographies have always been incredibly popular in Iceland — and it was long considered normal for almost anyone over fifty to be writing — or thinking about writing their bio.
Like other nations our relationship with our past is both complicated and self-contradictory.
A homosexual and a film fanatic at a time when both homosexuality and film were considered suspect and the former actually a crime, he lives his life on the edge of society.