Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Poole, Russell (32)

Russell Poole

1975. Skaldic Poetry in the Sagas: The Origins, Authorship, Genre, and Style of some Saga Lausavísur

1980. In Search of the Partar

1981. Compositional Technique in Some Verses in Gunnlaugs saga

1982. Ormr Steinþórsson and the Snjófríðardrápa

1985a. Some Royal Love-Verses

1985b. The Origins of the Máhlíðingavísur

1985c. Darraðarljóð 2: ǫrum hrælaðr

1987. Skaldic Verse and Anglo-Saxon History: Some Aspects of the Period 1009-1016

1988. The Cooperative Principle in Medieval Interpretations of Skaldic Verse: Snorri Sturluson, Þjóðólfr Arnórsson, and Eyvindr Skáldaspillir

1991. Viking Poems on War and Peace: A Study in Skaldic Narrative

1993a. Variants and Variability in the Text of Egill’s Hǫfuðlausn

1993b. Óttarr svarti

1993c. Sighvatr Þórðarson

1993d. Darraðarljóð

2001a. Skaldsagas: Text, Vocation and Desire in the Icelandic Sagas of Poets

2001b. The Relation between Verses and Prose in Hallfreðar saga and Gunnlaugs saga

2002. The “Conversion Verses” of Hallfreðr vandræðaskáld

2004. Adverbial Genitives in Skaldic Poetry

2005a. Claiming Kin Skaldic Style

2005b. “Orð eftir orð”, “orð eftir orði”: The Progress of the Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

2005c. Sighvatr Þórðarson

2005d. The Nesjavísur of Sigvatr Þórðarson

2005e. Metre and Metrics

2006. Some Southern Perspectives on Starcatherus

2007a. Ekphrasis: its “Prolonged Echoes”

2007b. Myth and Ritual in Eyvindr skáldaspillir’s Háleygjatal

2009. In Quest of Saga Styles in Merlínússpá

2010a. Þulir as Tradition-Bearers and Prototype Saga-Tellers: Þat er opt gott, er gamlir kveða

2010b. “Non enim possum plorare nec lamenta fundere”: Sonatorrek in a tenth-century context

2012. Crossing the Language Divide: Anglo-Scandinavian Language and Literature

2014. Gunnlaugr Leifsson’s Uses in Merlínússpá of Twelfth-century English Sources Additional to the De gestis Britonum of Geoffrey of Monmouth

Forthcoming. Conspicuous Mediality in a Medieval Poem: The Case of Merlínússpá

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