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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Turville-Petre, Gabriel (15)

Gabriel Turville-Petre

1951a. The Heroic Age of Scandinavia

1951b. Thurstable

1953. Origins of Icelandic Literature

1956. Hervarar saga ok Heidreks

1960. Víga-Glúms saga

1964. Myth and Religion of the North

1966. Dream Symbols in Old Icelandic Literature

1968. Haraldr the Hard-ruler and his Poets: The Dorothea Coke Memorial Lecture in Northern Studies delivered at University College London, 1 December 1966

1969. Scaldic Poetry: History and Literature

1971. Dróttkvætt and Irish Syllabic Measures

1972a. Nine Norse Studies

1972b. Dreams in Icelandic Tradition

1972c. The Cult of Óðinn in Iceland

1972d. Gísli Súrsson and his Poetry: Traditions and Influences

1976. Scaldic Poetry

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