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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Beatrice La Farge (BLF) - 66

Dr Beatrice La Farge (BLF)

Beatrice La Farge is a wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin for the research project Edda-Kommentar at the Institüt für Skandinavistik, University of Frankfurt. She is one of the authors of the multi-volume Kommentar zu den Liedern der Edda (Heidelberg, 1996-) and, with John Tucker, author of Glossary to the Poetic Edda (Heidelberg, 1992).

allocated stanzas by volume:
Vol. VII: 12
Vol. VIII: 54

poems and verse groups:
Án bogsveigir, Lausavísur
Bǫðmóðr Framarsson, Lausavísur
Brúni, Lausavísa
Feima Hrímnisdóttir, Lausavísa
Forað, Lausavísur
Framarr víkingakonungr, Lausavísur
Gamli kanóki, Jónsdrápa
Grímr loðinkinni, Lausavísur
Gusi finnakonungr, Lausavísur
Ketill hœngr, Lausavísur
Kleima Hrímnisdóttir, Lausavísa
Kolbeinn Tumason, Jónsvísur
Níkulás Bergsson, Jónsdrápa postula

other individual stanzas:

prose works:
Áns saga bogsveigis
Gríms saga loðinkinna
Ketils saga hœngs
Litla Jóns saga postula

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