KROHG, CHRISTIAN. Albertine. Kristiania (forlagt af Huseby & Co. limit., printed by Nikolai Olsens bogtrykkeri) 1866.
8:o. (4), (1)-211 pp. Illustrated.
Original red cloth, worn, title in gold on upper cover, faded spine with title in gold, small damage at head, red edges.
The novel is set in Norway's capital, Christiania, and deals with the life of the unmarried seamstress Albertine, who is eventually forced into prostitution due to the social system of the time. The book was confiscated shortly after its publication. In 1888 the Supreme Court of Norway upheld the confiscation, and Krohg was sentenced to pay a fine of 100 kr. Krohg also made several paintings based on the "Albertine" motif,[ including Trett in 1885 and Albertine i politilægens venteværelse in 1887.
Ur antikvariatsbokhandlare Björn Löwendahls bibliotek (1941-2013).
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