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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Quinn, Judy (8)

Judy Quinn

1998. “Ok verðr henni ljóð á munni” - Eddic Prophecy in the fornaldarsögur

2005. Women in Old Norse Poetry and Sagas

2007. “Hildr Prepares a Bed for Most Helmet-Damagers”: Snorri’s Treatment of a Traditional Poetic Motif in his Edda

2007. Learning and Understanding in the Old Norse World: Essays in Honour of Margaret Clunies Ross

2010. Creating the Medieval Saga: Versions, Variability and Editorial Interpretations of Old Norse Saga Literature

2012. The “Wind of the Giantess”: Snorri Sturluson, Rudolf Meissner and the Interpretation of Mythological Kennings along Taxonomic Lines

2014. Mythologizing the Sea: The Nordic Sea-Deity Rán

Forthcoming. The Valkyrie in Old Norse Poetry [working title]

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