1. Introduction
  2. Claus Elholm Andersen, Dean Krouk
  3. pp. 269-273
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  1. Confession, Shame, and Ethics in Coetzee and Knausgård
  2. Peter Sjølyst-Jackson
  3. pp. 274-295
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  1. Guys and Dolls: Gender, Scale, and the Book in Elena Ferrante's Neapolitan Novels and Karl Ove Knausgård's Min kamp
  2. Inge van de Ven
  3. pp. 296-324
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  1. Growing Up: Knausgård on Proust, Boyishness, and (Straight) Time
  2. Olivia Noble Gunn
  3. pp. 325-347
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  1. The Aesthetics of Epiphany in Karl Ove Knausgård's Min kamp
  2. Gísli Magnússon
  3. pp. 348-368
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  1. "A love relationship is not a place for refuge, it is the place to be": The Theme of Love in Karl Ove Knausgård's Min kamp
  2. Christian Refsum
  3. pp. 369-389
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  1. The Fear of "das Volk": Karl Ove Knausgård's Reactions to Terrorism
  2. Ingvild Folkvord
  3. pp. 390-410
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