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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Frank, Roberta (24)

Roberta Frank

1970. Onomastic Play in Kormakr’s Verse: The Name Steingerðr

1972. Anatomy of a Skaldic Double-Entendre: Rǫgnvaldr Kali’s Lausavísa 7

1978. Old Norse Court Poetry: The Dróttkvætt Stanza

1981. Snorri and the Mead of Poetry

1984a. Viking Atrocity and Skaldic Verse: The Rite of the Blood-Eagle

1984b. Eyvindr Finnsson skáldaspillir

1985. Skaldic Poetry

1986. Hand Tools and Power Tools in Eilífr’s Þórsdrápa

1987a. Did Anglo-Saxon Audiences Have a Skaldic Tooth?

1987b. Searching for a System in Skaldic Verse: Review Article

1988. The Blood-Eagle Again

1990a. Why Skalds Address Women

1990b. The Blood-Eagle Once More: Two Notes. B. Ornithology and the Interpretation of Skaldic Verse

1990c. Anglo-Scandinavian Poetic Relations

1991. The Battle of Maldon and Heroic Literature

1993. The Politics of Editing Medieval Texts: Papers Given at the Twenty-Seventh Annual Conference on Editorial Problems, University of Toronto, 1-2 November 1991

1994a. When Poets Address Princes

1994b. King Cnut in the Verse of his Skalds

1995. Skaldic Verse and the Date of Beowulf

1997. The Unbearable Lightness of Being a Philologist

1998. Skaldic Verse and the Date of Beowulf

2004. Sex, Lies and Málsháttakvæði: A Norse Poem from Medieval Orkney

2006. The Incomparable Wryness of Old English Poetry

2007. The Lay of the Land in Skaldic Praise Poetry

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