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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Clunies Ross, Margaret (48)

Margaret Clunies Ross

. Poetry in fornaldarsögur

1973a. An Edition of the Ragnarsdrápa of Bragi Boddason

1973b. Hildr’s Ring: A Problem in the Ragnarsdrápa, Strophes 8-12

1978a. The Myth of Gefjon and Gylfi and its Function in Snorra Edda and Heimskringla

1978b. Style and Authorial Presence in Skaldic Mythological Poetry

1981. An Interpretation of the Myth of Þórr’s Encounter with Geirrøðr and his Daughters

1982-3. Review of Bjarne Fidjestøl. 1979. Sólarljóð

1983. Snorri Sturluson’s Use of the Norse Origin-Legend of the Sons of Fornjótr in his Edda

1986. Narrative Structure and Intertextuality in Snorri’s Edda: The example of Þórr’s encounter with Geirrøðr

1987. Skáldskaparmál: Snorri Sturluson’s ars poetica and Medieval Theories of Language

1989. The Cognitive Approach to Scaldic Poetics: From Snorri to Vigfússon and Beyond

1990. The Anglo-Saxon and Norse Rune Poems: A Comparative Study

1992a. Women and Power in the Scandinavian Sagas

1992b. Snorri’s Edda as Medieval Religionsgeschichte

1993. Encyclopedic Literature

1994a. Þórr’s Honour

1994b. Prolonged Echoes: Old Norse Myths in Medieval Northern Society

1994c. Percy and Mallet: The Genesis of Northern Antiquities

1998a. Land-taking and Text-making in Medieval Iceland

1998b. Prolonged Echoes: Old Norse Myths in Medieval Northern Society

1998c. The Norse Muse in Britain 1750-1820

1998d. Snorri’s Edda as a Narrative

1999a. From Iceland to Norway: Essential Rites of Passage for an Early Icelandic Skald

1999b. The Norse Muse: Report from an International Research Project

2000a. Old Icelandic Literature and Society

2000b. Women Skalds and Norse Poetics: Jórunn skáldmær's Sendibítr

2001a. The Old Norse Poetic Translations of Thomas Percy: A New Edition and Commentary

2001b. The Skald Sagas as a Genre: Definitions and Typical Features

2003. Old Norse Myths, Literature and Society

2005a. A History of Old Norse Poetry and Poetics

2005b. Conjectural Emendation in Skaldic Editing Practice, with Reference to Egils saga

2005c. A Tale of Two Poets: Egill Skallagrímsson and Einarr Skálaglamm

2006a. Poet into Myth: Starkaðr and Bragi

2006b. The Cultural Politics of the Skaldic Ekphrasis Poem

2007. Poetry on Christian Subjects

2007. Stylistic and Generic Definers of the Old Norse Skaldic Ekphrasis

2009a. Poets and Ethnicity

2009b. Máríuflokkr — an Icelandic pietà?

2010a. The Cambridge Introduction to the Old Norse-Icelandic Saga

2010b. Verse and Prose in Egils saga

2012. Cosmology and Skaldic Poetry

2013. The Eddica minora: A Lesser Poetic Edda?

2014. The Fourth Grammatical Treatise

2015. Self-description in Egil’s Poetry

2016. The Transmission and Preservation of Eddic Poetry

2018a. The Pre-Christian Religions of the North. Research and Reception, Volume I: From the Middle Ages to c. 1830

2018b. Demonism and the Pre-Christian Gods of Scandinavia

Forthcoming. Post-Classical Kennings

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