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Laxness can be perceived as loud mouth, arrogant, politically nave, and emotionally distant. Because of the detailed depiction given, these are often seen as necessary attributes in order for Laxness to accomplish his literary and political goals.
Iceland's Grand Master of Literature Chay Lemoine Papers on Language and Literature; Spring 2009; 45, 2; Docstoc pg. 218 Reproduced with
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