Pan by Knut Hamsun

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Norilana, 2007. 

'Pan, originally published in 1894, is a multi-layered psychological masterpiece of human perversity and pride in the face of love and sensual attraction.
Romantically awkward hunter, fisherman and nature-lover Lieutenant Thomas Glahn lives in a cabin away from society -- alone, except for his dog and occasional interactions with the locals including the young and audacious Edwina, a free spirit who searches for a prince to conquer her, and has not yet met her match. The two commence a peculiar hot and cold relationship that evolves into a tragic psychological standoff.'