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Anna Svärd (novel)

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Anna Svärd (novel)

Charlotte Löwensköld
Author Selma Lagerlöf
Translator Velma Swanston Howard
Country Sweden
Language Swedish
Publisher Bonniers
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Published in English
Pages 441

Anna Svärd is an 1928 novel by the Swedish writer Selma Lagerlöf. It is the last installment in Lagerlöf's Ring trilogy; it was preceded by The Löwensköld Ring and Charlotte Löwensköld.[1]


Karl-Artur like most of the priest loves God deeply, but he doesn´t have much people skills. In this part of the series he gets involved with Anna Svärd an indecisive sales agent, after breaking up abruptly with Charlotte. Karl's only intentions are to find a woman to help him to pay his bill and forget about poverty for good, on the other hand Anna is eager to marry anyone to have a better life. But the unimaginable is about to occur, Thea is back which will give the story a grotesque spin.

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See also


  1. ^ "Selma Lagerlöf - Bibliography". Nobel Media. Retrieved 2012-04-16. 

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