Den Kroniske Uskyld by Klaus Rifbjerg

The novel is a coming-of-age story set in post-war Denmark, focusing on the intense friendship and emotional turmoil of two teenage boys, Janus and Tore. As they navigate the complexities of adolescence, their bond is tested by the allure of new relationships, societal expectations, and the struggles with their own identities. The narrative delves into themes of innocence, sexuality, and rebellion, painting a vivid portrait of youth caught between the innocence of childhood and the responsibilities of adulthood. Through the boys' experiences, the book explores the bittersweet transition into maturity and the chronic innocence that lingers amidst the harsh realities of growing up.

The 4639th greatest book of all time


Published
1958
Nationality
Danish
Type
Fiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Danish

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