|Notes||"Iceland's Bell" is a historical novel by Halldór Laxness and his best-known work. It was published in three parts: |
* Íslandsklukkan/Iceland's Bell (1943)
* Hið ljósa man/The Bright Jewel or The Fair Maiden (1944)
* Eldur í Kaupinhafn/Fire in Copenhagen (1946).
The narrative revolves around few main characters and their struggles in 18th century Iceland/Denmark, showcasing the vast social, economic and political changes of that time.