Guðmundur Friðjónsson from Iceland (1869 - 1944) was a writer, poet and farmer (and worked on his father’s farm when growing up) who lived at the town of Sandi in Aðaldalur. His work was published in many newspapers and magazines, and his brother was also a writer, as was his son – who wrote his father’s biography. As well as publishing poems, short stories and non-fiction articles, he also published a single novel in 1907 which received mixed reviews – and was considered both clever and immoral in chapters.

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