Sigrid Undset

Sigrid Undset, (1882-1949), a renowned literary author from Norway and one of the most acclaimed novelists of the 20th century, won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1928 for her epic work Kristin Lavransdatter.

Among her other works are two renowned titles published by Ignatius Press. Ida Elisabeth, a compelling drama about fidelity, sorrow and forgiveness; and Catherine of Siena, critically acclaimed as one of the best biographies of this amazing fourteenth-century saint, mystic and Doctor of the Church.

Undset was a convert to Catholicism, entering the Church in 1924.


Displaying items 4

Compare Selected