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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Lindow, John (15)

John Lindow

1975. Riddles, Kennings, and the Complexity of Skaldic Poetry

1976. Comitatus, Individual and Honor: Studies in North Germanic Institutional Vocabulary.

1982. Narrative and the Nature of Skaldic Poetry

1986. Structure and Meaning in Old Norse Literature: New Approaches to Textual Analysis and Literary Criticism

1988. Addressing Thor

1989. Norse Mythology and Northumbria: Methodological Notes

1994a. The Social Semantics of Cardinal Directions in Medieval Scandinavia

1994b. Thor’s hamarr

1995. Supernatural Others and Ethnic Others: A Millennium of World View

1997. Murder and Vengeance Among the Gods: Baldr in Scandinavian Mythology

2001. Norse Mythology: A Guide to the Gods, Heroes, Rituals and Beliefs

2006. Narrative Worlds, Human Environments, and Poets: The Case of Bragi

2007a. Akkerisfrakki: Traditions Concerning Óláfr Tryggvason and Hallfreðr Óttarsson vandræðaskáld and the Problem of the Conversion

2007b. Poetry, Dwarfs and Gods: Understanding Alvíssmál

2015. Frederic Amory in Memoriam: Old Norse-Icelandic Studies

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