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Iceland has a reputation for having more authors per capita than any other country: Olaf Olafsson, Reykjavík born author of seven novels (including “The Sacrament,” “Restoration”, “The Journey Home” and the most recent “Touch”), winner of the ‘O. Henry Prize’ and the ‘Icelandic Literary Prize’, leads a ‘literary stroll’ through its capital.

Enjoy this masterpiece article on the New York Times website: Read Your Way Through Reykjavík