Autofiction at war: why 'revenge novels' are taking off in Norway

  The Guardian 

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Bestselling authors Karl Ove Knausgaard and Vigdis Hjorth have had family members reply to their autobiographical books with their own. But where does it end? If the rise of autofiction over the past five years has led English readers to wonder whether their understanding of the novel is outdated, Norwegian readers, who are far more familiar with the blend of fiction and memoir, have been dealing with the birth of a spin-off genre: the revenge novel. Related: Will and Testament by Vigdis Hjorth review – a traumatic inheritance Continue reading...
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