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Ripples from Iceland

Amalia Líndal met her Icelandic husband when
they were both students in Boston just after
World War II. She came back to Iceland with him
in 1949 and raised...

Amalia Líndal met her Icelandic husband when
they were both students in Boston just after
World War II. She came back to Iceland with him
in 1949 and raised five children in Kópavogur.
In between meals and diaper changes, she wrote Í
collecting her observations of Icelandic society
into this book, and later editing a magazine
called 65ø Icelandic Life. Her prose is light
and readable, her opinions forthright, sincere,
and sometimes controversial. Twenty short
chapters cover subjects like moving to Iceland,
childbirth, home ownership, gender roles, class
distinctions, alcohol use, motherhood, sex,
religion, and Christmas.

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