>The only thing book related that I’ve done today is some sporadic reading in Ragnar Øvrelid’s history of Per Gynt-stemnet. It is useful and is a good supplement to Sverre Mørkhagen’s book on the historical Per Gynt. The best factoid so far is that an advertising guru named Robert Millar published a book in 1945 pointing out the potential market for Peer Gynt tourism in Gudbrandsdal. I’d love to get my hands on that book!
ETA: The title of the book is Norges tredje turistattraksjon (Oslo: Tanum, 1945) and it’s only 44 pages long. I’ve ordered it from the National Library.
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