You had mentioned Knut Hamsun, who is another great writer who disgraced himself, and who I felt obliged to review repeatedly.
King Knut could not, with his extensive possessions, devote much time to the government of Norway.
Knut, apparently, did no great benefit to his brother's cause.
Knut H. Opdal, also born in Norway, arrived in 1888, and shortly afterward embarked in hotel business.
"The truth is, we are seeking our fortunes," said Knut with dignity.
Knut Roe, his wife, Anne, and family were the first white settlers in the township.
Knut and Otto were all obedience, and followed the Badger-mother meekly to the kitchen.
Knut, who was sitting in the house, laughed heartily, for he knew that Astrid had a habit of humming it when she sat at work.
Clarence's own type was that for which the latest term is "Knut."
Instead of being your grandson Knut will be our grandson, that's all.