1. The Happiest People on Earth?: Scandinavian Narratives of Guilt and Discontent
  2. Elisabeth Oxfeldt, Andrew Nestingen, Peter Simonsen
  3. pp. 429-446
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  1. "Forstod hun hvor frustrerede og ulykkelige de var?": Demanding Happiness in Nikolaj Zeuthen's Verdensmestre: En historie fra oo'erne
  2. Peter Simonsen
  3. pp. 447-467
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  1. "I come from crap country, and you come from luxury country": Ugly Encounters in Scandinavian Au-Pair Novels
  2. Elisabeth Oxfeldt
  3. pp. 468-486
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  1. Danish Ex-Colony Travel: Paradise Discourse, Commemoration, and (Not Quite) Dark Tourism
  2. Lill-Ann Körber
  3. pp. 487-511
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  1. Female Tourists Going Global—Danish Travel Narratives between Happiness and Guilt
  2. Annegret Heitmann
  3. pp. 512-529
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  1. Structures of Feeling Bad: Identity, Guilt, and Shame in Imagining Emanuel
  2. Gunnar Iversen
  3. pp. 530-547
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  1. Who Cares?: Operation Day's Work's Booklet Covers as Appeals for Humanitarian Aid
  2. Ylva Frøjd
  3. pp. 548-572
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  1. Filming Guilt about the Past through Anachronistic Aesthetics: Roy Andersson's A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence
  2. Julianne Q. M. Yang
  3. pp. 573-596
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  1. Displacing Crimes against Nature: Scandinavian Ecocrime Fiction
  2. Linda Haverty Rugg
  3. pp. 597-615
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  1. Pessimism in Happy Times: A Global Economy of Guilt, Shame, and Happiness in Miika Nousiainen's Novels
  2. Andrew Nestingen
  3. pp. 616-634
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