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Invisible Links

Selma Lagerlöf (1858-1940)

1. 01 – The Spirit of Fasting and Petter Nord Pt 1
2. 02 – The Spirit of Fasting and Petter Nord Pt 2
3. 03 – The Spirit of Fasting and Petter Nord Pt 3
4. 04 – The Spirit of Fasting and Petter Nord Pt 4
5. 05 – The Legend of the Bird’s Nest
6. 06 – The King’s Grave Pt 1
7. 07 – The King’s Grave Pt 2
8. 08 – The King’s Grave Pt 1
9. 09 – The King’s Grave Pt 4
10. 10 – The Outlaws Pt 1
11. 11 – The Outlaws Pt 2
12. 12 – The Outlaws Pt 3
13. 13 – The Legend of Reor
14. 14 – Valdemar Atterdag
15. 15 – Mamsell Fredrika
16. 16 – The Romance of a Fisherman’s Wife
17. 17 – His Mother’s Portrait
18. 18 – A fallen King Pt 1
19. 19 – A fallen King Pt 2
20. 20 – A fallen King Pt 3
21. 21 – A fallen King Pt 4
22. 22 – A Christmas Guest
23. 23 – Uncle Reuben
24. 24 – Downie Pt 1
25. 25 – Downie Pt 2
26. 26 – Downie Pt 3
27. 27 – Downie Pt 4
28. 28 – Among the Climbing Roses

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Summary

Selma Lagerlöf was born in Vaermland, Sweden, in 1858 and enjoyed a long and very successful career as a writer, receiving the Nobel-Price in Literature in 1909. She died in Vaermland in 1940. Invisible Links (Osynliga länkar) is a collection of short stories with an underlying theme about the links that influence and guide people’s actions and lives. It was first published in 1894 and the English translation in 1895. The stories are often set in Lagerlöf’s Vaermland, but they also depict legends and history of Sweden, and some have connections to other works by Lagerlöf. Invisible Links is a good introduction to the writings of Selma Lagerlöf.