Hamsun



[hahm-soo n] /ˈhɑm sʊn/

noun
1.
Knut
[knoot] /knut/ (Show IPA), 1859–1952, Norwegian novelist: Nobel Prize 1920.
/Norwegian ˈhamsun/
noun
1.
Knut, (knuːt), pen name of Knut Pedersen. 1859–1952, Norwegian novelist, whose works include The Growth of the Soil (1917): Nobel prize for literature 1920

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