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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Heusler, Andreas (15)

Andreas Heusler

1902. Der Dialog in der altgermanischen erzählenden Dichtung

1903. Die Geschichte vom Völsi, eine altnordische Bekehrungsanekdote

1903. Eddica Minora: Dichtungen eddischer Art aus den Fornaldarsögur und anderen Prosawerken

1905. Lied und Epos in germanischer Sagendichtung

1908. Die gelehrte Urgeschichte im altisländischen Schrifttum

1913. Zwei Isländergeschichten

1914. Die Geschichte vom weisen Njal

1915-16. Sprichwörter in den eddischen Sittengedichten

1922. Review of Rudolf Meissner. 1921. Die Kenningar der Skalden. Bonn and Leipzig: Schroeder

1923. Die altgermanische Dichtung

1925-9. Deutsche Versgeschichte mit Einschluß des altenglischen und altnordischen Stabreimverses

1943. Kleine Schriften I

1956. Deutsche Versgeschichte mit Einschluß des altenglischen und altnordischen Stabreimverses

1967. Altisländisches Elementarbuch

1969. Kleine Schriften II

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