Title: Guš minn, guš minn, hvķ hefir žś yfirgefiš ...
Rear hinge starting, else VG to VG+ in red cloth hardcover with white stamped lettering and decorations to front board; gilt lettering to spine. A second expanded edition was published in 1921 - see Gegnir. Imprint: Reykjavík : published by author/höf., 1919 . Description: 158,  p. ; 19 cm Abstract:; errata page included/Prentvillur: s.  . Subject Christianity; Kristni; Guðfræði. AUTHOR BIO: The author was an Icelandic Canadian pioneer who lived at 848 Banning Street in Winnipeg (see last numbered page of his other book, entitled, Meira Ljós [More Light]. He was known for his quaint behaviour. He sold bibles throughout the Icelandic settlements in North America. References in text to Winnipeg, Manitoba, North Dakota, Mineota, Minnesota, etc. The author's commentary on/interpretation of scripture. Guttormur G. guttormsson (prominent Icelandic-Canadian poet) mocked the author from time to time. At time of cataloguing, not referenced in Hjartar. Not listed in AMICUS. Rare. Bookseller Inventory # 34415
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