To levende og en død (novel)

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To levende og en død
Author Sigurd Christiansen
Language Norwegian
Genre Thriller novel
Publication date
1931
Media typePrint

To levende og en død is a 1931 Norwegian novel written by Sigurd Christiansen. A post office worker, due for promotion, faces a crisis of conscience when his workplace is robbed. [1]

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Adaptations

The novel has been turned into feature films on three occasions: a 1937 Norwegian film To levende og en død was made, directed by Gyda Christensen and Tancred Ibsen, a 1947 Czech film A Dead Man Among the Living directed by Bořivoj Zeman and a 1961 British-Swedish film Two Living, One Dead directed by Anthony Asquith.

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References

  1. Soila, Söderbergh-Widding, Iverson p.106