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Reviews: Gerd Brantenberg

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Egalia's Daughters: A Satire of the Sexes (Seal Press: Women in Translation Series, 1977) (originally: Egalias døtre in Norwegian; translated from Norwegian to English in 1985 by Louis Mackay in cooperation with Gerd Brantenberg).
--. The Four Winds (translated by Margaret O'Leary); Women in Translation, 1996. (realistic)
--. What Comes Naturally (orig: Opp alle jordens homofile, literally Arise all ye world's homosexuals)

Egalia's Daughters is hilarious; one of the most thorough and literal sex-role reversals I've seen. Brantenberg also wrote a great coming-out story which has been translated into English, What Comes Naturally ... -- lq, 9/12/99


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