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Iceland's Bell (Icelandic: Íslandsklukkan) is a historical novel by Nobel prize-winning Icelandic author Halldór Kiljan Laxness. It was published in three parts: Iceland's Bell (1943), The Bright Jewel or The Fair Maiden (1944) and Fire in Copenhagen (1946). The novel takes place in the 18th century, mostly in Iceland and Denmark. Like many of Laxness's works, the story paints a tragic and ironic picture of the terrible state of the Icelandic populace in the 18th century.

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  • Die Islandglocke
  • Iceland's Bell
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  • Die Islandglocke (isländisch Íslandsklukkan, geschrieben von 1943 bis 1946) ist der bekannteste Roman des isländischen Schriftstellers Halldór Laxness (1902–1998). Die deutschsprachige Erstausgabe ist aus dem Jahr 1951.
  • Iceland's Bell (Icelandic: Íslandsklukkan) is a historical novel by Nobel prize-winning Icelandic author Halldór Kiljan Laxness. It was published in three parts: Iceland's Bell (1943), The Bright Jewel or The Fair Maiden (1944) and Fire in Copenhagen (1946). The novel takes place in the 18th century, mostly in Iceland and Denmark. Like many of Laxness's works, the story paints a tragic and ironic picture of the terrible state of the Icelandic populace in the 18th century.
  • Dzwon Islandii (isl. Íslandsklukkan) – historyczna trylogia powieściowa autorstwa islandzkiego laureata Nagrody Nobla Halldóra Laxnessa. Akcja utworu rozgrywa się w XVII/XVIII wieku. W skład trylogii wchodzą następujące części: * Dzwon Islandii (Íslandsklukkan 1943) * Jasna dziewczyna (Hið ljósa man 1944) * Pożar Kopenhagi (Eldur í Kaupinhafn 1946)
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  • Die Islandglocke (isländisch Íslandsklukkan, geschrieben von 1943 bis 1946) ist der bekannteste Roman des isländischen Schriftstellers Halldór Laxness (1902–1998). Die deutschsprachige Erstausgabe ist aus dem Jahr 1951.
  • Iceland's Bell (Icelandic: Íslandsklukkan) is a historical novel by Nobel prize-winning Icelandic author Halldór Kiljan Laxness. It was published in three parts: Iceland's Bell (1943), The Bright Jewel or The Fair Maiden (1944) and Fire in Copenhagen (1946). The novel takes place in the 18th century, mostly in Iceland and Denmark. Like many of Laxness's works, the story paints a tragic and ironic picture of the terrible state of the Icelandic populace in the 18th century.
  • Dzwon Islandii (isl. Íslandsklukkan) – historyczna trylogia powieściowa autorstwa islandzkiego laureata Nagrody Nobla Halldóra Laxnessa. Akcja utworu rozgrywa się w XVII/XVIII wieku. W skład trylogii wchodzą następujące części: * Dzwon Islandii (Íslandsklukkan 1943) * Jasna dziewczyna (Hið ljósa man 1944) * Pożar Kopenhagi (Eldur í Kaupinhafn 1946)
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