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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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McTurk, Rory (20)

Rory McTurk

1975. The Extant Icelandic Manifestations of Ragnars saga loðbrókar

1976. Ragnarr Loðbrók in the Irish Annals?

1977. The Relationship of Ragnars saga loðbrókar to Þiðriks saga af Bern

1989. Úr Dölum til Dala: Guðbrandur Vigfússon Centenary Essays

1990. The Poetic Edda and the Appositive Style

1991a. Studies in Ragnars saga loðbrókar and Its Major Scandinavian Analogues

1991b. Loðbróka og Gunnlöð: frá frjósemisdýrkun til víkingaveldis

1994. Blóðörn eða blóðormr?

2003. Ragnarsdrápa

2005. A Companion to Old Norse-Icelandic Literature and Culture

2006. Kings and Kingship in Viking Northumbria

2007a. Male or Female Initiation? The Strange Case of Ragnars saga

2007b. Samuel Ferguson’s “Death-Song” (1833): An Anglo-Irish Response to Krákumál

2011a. Konungs skuggsjá

2011b. The Household of “Ragnarr loðbrók”

2012a. An Eye for an Eye and a Snake for a Snake: Stanza 8 of Ragnars saga

2012b. Badhbhscéal: Krákumál

2013. Review of Elizabeth Ashman Rowe

2014a. Krákumál eða Bjarkamál?

2014b. Rattus rattus as a Beast of Battle? Stanza 12 of Ragnars saga

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