One thought on “The Bleaching Yard”

  1. A tragedy of suffocating failures of interpersonal understanding and communication. As a nearly-forgotten Vesaas, it deserves a deeper discussion, certainly, and his usual empathetic understanding of his characrers and humanity in general is in full effect, but this was also published elsewhere as a play and it shows in the form: mostly dialogue with much less of Vesaas' intensely clear and expressive description. When he does indulge in scenery and characters fading into such, it glimmers, thou [...]

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