In the summer of 1946, while secluded in August Strindberg’s cabin in the Stockholm archipelago, Stig Dagerman wrote Island of the Doomed—a novel that would establish him as Sweden’s brightest literary star. To this day it is a singular work of fiction—a haunting tale that oscillates around seven castaways as they await their inevitable death on a desert island.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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