“Following the removal of her brain, things at home stayed mostly the same. They had plenty of visitors at first. People came to see the brain and those who had prided themselves on their grandmother's spinning wheel now jealously eyed the brain on the shelf. In the beginning she herself didn't feel any different.”
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Gröndal's House, the former home of writer Benedikt Gröndal (1826 - 1907) opens to the public on Iceland's national day, June 17th 2017.
Up to 400 authors are coming to Iceland to particapate in the conference NonfictionNOW 1-4 June, 2017.