This is what you should read in the new year: This spring’s new books are about sexism, nature and … mother


Vi begins a new year again with repatriations and closure, but the literature once again comes to the rescue with new titles and temperaments one can clinch with. In 2021, we read a pile of books about real people told in fictional form, exofiction, and a stream of novels based on the authors’ own life experiences. But what lands on your nightstand in 2022?

You barely have the champagne intoxication out of your body before Iben Mondrup brings his readers back to the harsh world of realities with ‘Vittu’, which will be published on 3 January. The novel comes in the wake of the Prime Minister’s apology in 2020 to the 22 Greenlandic children who in 1951 were taken from their parents and sent to Denmark as part of an experiment. Mondrup tells the story of Vitus at five, who is adopted by a photographer who is fascinated by the boy’s Greenlandic background and has a dream of making a difference for a needy child.


Source: Politiken.dk – Forsiden by politiken.dk.

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