Þorsteinn Gíslason (1867 – 1938) was an influential figure in Icelandic politics and culture in the late nineteenth century and early twentieth. One of the pioneers behind the founding of the University of Iceland, member of parliament as well a prolific translator and a poet. This is his autobiography that offers an interesting viewpoint into Icelandic society at the time.
Author Þorsteinn Gíslason
Publisher Skrudda, 2020