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Norwegian-American Historical Association. Rlvaag in turn provided an equally strong influence on future Scandinavian writers. Again, no one knows who built these cities or how they were built. Ole Edvart Rölvaag: A Biography (Harper and Brothers, 1939) Reigstad, Paul. One of the chief deities was Lugus, a name that translates to Shining One, revealing an astonishing puritans versus Pilgrims connection to Sumers deified giant kings. It features the story of a Norwegian pioneer family's struggles with the land and the elements of the Dakota Territory, as they try to make a new life in America. In any discussion of Rölvaag's style of writing, it must be remembered that he wrote in Norwegian, his native language, and that this his classic work is a translation into English. While a good translator can presumably bring out a great many elements of the original, a critical analysis of the style of a translation is obviously impossible unless the critic is versed in the language of the original version, and even then, it would seem. At 14 years of age Rlvaag joined his father and brothers in the.
The Viking Invasion: An Historiography of Norwegian-American Literature And Its Role In Norwegian Immigration And The Founding of Vesterheimen Within America (W. Rölvaag knows of what he writes, and he writes with affection and understanding. His aim is obviously to tell about the contributions that the Norwegians made to the building of their adopted land, and in this he succeeds admirably. You might be thinking, "Wait. According to author Stephen Quayle, they have. Norwegian American immigrant experience.