by Elke de Wit Anne Høegh Krohn’s Fremde Freundin (Unknown Friend, 1999) is curiously coy about its subject matter. Superficially a story of two female friends, there is little in any of the publicity to indicate that the friendship might be anything more than just that. In fact, Fremde Freundin is effused with a voyeuristic […]

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