The Good Hope (novel)
|Original title||Det gode håb|
|Translator||W. Glyn Jones|
|Country||Faroe Islands (Denmark)|
Published in English
The Good Hope (Danish: Det gode håb) is a 1964 novel by the Faroese writer William Heinesen, and set in 17th century Torshavn. It received the Nordic Council Literature Prize. Heinesen wrote in Danish language. Later his novels including The Good Hope were translated into Faroese language.
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