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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Hollander, Lee M. (16)

Lee M. Hollander

1911. Review of A. Le Roy Andrews, ed. 1909. Halfs saga ok Hálfsrekka.

1917. Studies in the Jómsvíkingasaga

1919. The Heroic Legends of Denmark

1932-3. Is the Lay of Eric a Fragment?

1933. The Battle on the Vin-Heath and the Battle of the Huns

1940. Sigvat Thordson and his Poetry

1945. The Skalds: A Selection of their Poems, with Introduction and Notes

1946. Observations on Skaldic Rime Usage with Special Reference to the dunhent and liðhent Varieties of dróttkvætt

1947. Is the Skaldic Stanza a Unit?

1949. The Sagas of Kormák and the Sworn Brothers

1950. Egill Skallagrímsson VII, 45; Thórmóðr Bersason II, 5

1964a. Heimskringla: History of the Kings of Norway by Snorri Sturluson

1964b. Three skaldic passages: Sigvatr Þórðarson, Bersǫglisvísur 18, Þjóðólfr Árnórsson IV: 1 and III: 118

1965. Observations on the Nature and Function of the Parenthetic Sentence in Skaldic Poetry

1967. An Unrecognized vísufjórðungr of Eyvind Skaldspillir

1991. Heimskringla: History of the Kings of Norway by Snorri Sturluson

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