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Icelandic folk culture and history indeed. Markús Ívarsson lived in Eyjafjörður in the north of Iceland for fourty years in the eighteenth centure. Live was a constant struggle against hunger and poverty. He had fifteen children with eight women. Then he spent time in jail in Copenhagen, returned as a fugitive to live in Skagafjörður, close to his roots before settling in Snæfellsnes and dying there in 1923. The life of the Icelandic common man at the time. 


ISBN 9789935961808

Author Jón Hjaltason

Publisher Völuspá, 2021

Format Hardcover, 22 cm

Pages 224

Markús á flótta í fjörtíu ár

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