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European Sources of Icelandic Saga-Writing: An Essay Based on Previous StudiesLars Lönnroth Thule, 1965 - Sagas - 38 pages 0 Reviews
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13th century Iceland 14th century manuscript attributed to Snorri Baetke biographies and chronicles biographies of kings church classical sagas clerical Damsgaard Olsen dikta distinctions Divine Grace Edward the Confessor exempla fiction foreign influence foreign literature genre Gesta hagiographic Heimskringla heroes historical Iceland and Norway Icelandic Literature Icelandic saga-writing Icelandic sagas Islendinga King Olaf known in Iceland later Latin historiography legendary legendary sagas literary litterara portrattet medieval Middle Ages motifs mythical-heroic saga native traditions Nordal nordisk Norwegian court Norwegian king Olaf the Saint Olafur Old Icelandic Old Norse poetry oldest sagas oral tradition original paganism physiognomical tracts physiognomist portraits profane sagas Professor Prose Edda reading aloud regarded rely on oral renaissance rhetorical romance saga helga saga Tryggvasonar sagas of kings sagas of Olaf Samlaren scholars scribes secular chieftains segja setja sjalens spegel SOURCES OF ICELANDIC Sturla Sturlung style tain Tesen translations Trojumanna saga tva kulturerna Viking Age write written
Bibliographic informationTitle European Sources of Icelandic Saga-Writing: An Essay Based on Previous Studies
Issue 3 of European Sources of Icelandic Sagawriting: An Essay Based on Previous Studies, European Sources of Icelandic Sagawriting: An Essay Based on Previous Studies Author Lars Lönnroth Publisher Thule, 1965 Original from the University of Michigan Digitized Mar 25, 2008 Length 38 pages     Export Citation BiBTeX EndNote RefMan