translated from the Danish by Joan Tate original edition: 1969 translated edition: Doubleday, 1971 183 pages grab a copy through your local independent bookstore or library also see SF Ruminations and The Complete Review for their thoughts on this strange and fascinating novel Anders Bodelsen’s Freezing Down came out in Denmark around the time
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Twilight Country (Twilight Country #1), translated by Joan Tate (Dufour Editions, 1993). “A dark, end-of-the-millennium vision permeates this novel by Norwegian author Faldbakken. Fleeing from the collapsing economic, social and legal systems of Sweetwater, a dystopian city in an unnamed country, former architect Allan Ung takes his teenage wife, Lisa, and their four-year-old son,
The Long Journey: Fire and Ice (1919) by Johannes V. Jensen, translated by Arthur G. Chater (Gyldendal, 1922). The Cimbrians: The Long Journey II (1922) by Johannes V. Jensen, translated by Arthur G. Chater (Gyldendal, 1923). Christopher Columbus: The Long Journey III (1924) by Johannes V. Jensen, translated by Arthur G. Chater (Gyldendal, 1924).