Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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stanzas:
Anon Hsv 59VII (33-1)
    ‘Áhyggjur skalt bera’
Anon Hsv 60VII (2-3)
    ‘Einskis hlutar’
Anon Hsv 61VII (3-4)
    ‘Fengins fjár’
Anon Hsv 62VII (5-6)
    ‘Litlu láni’
Anon Hsv 63VII (6-8)
    ‘Ill tíðendi,’
Anon Hsv 64VII (8-9)
    ‘Ódyggra manna’
Anon Hsv 65VII (10-11) -
    ‘Engan fyrirlít,’
Anon Hsv 67VII (12-14)
    ‘Til farsælu sinnar’
Anon Hsv 5VII (12-12) -
    ‘Hreinlífr vert,’
Anon Hsv 66VII (14-15)
    ‘Friðsamr við annan’
Anon Hsv 68VII (16-17)
    ‘Ǫfund ok þrætur’
Anon Hsv 69VII (17-19)
    ‘Ef þik ríkir menn’
Anon Hsv 70VII (19-21)
    ‘Liðnar heiptir’
Anon Hsv 71VII (21-22)
    ‘Sjálfan sik’
Anon Hsv 73VII (22-24)
    ‘Fégirni rangri’
Anon Hsv 74VII (24-26)
    ‘Sǫgvísum manni’
Anon Hsv 75VII (26-27)
    ‘Ofdrukkinn maðr,’
Anon Hsv 76VII (27-29)
    ‘Mál þat hvert,’
Anon Hsv 78VII (29-31)
    ‘Búinn við meinum’
Anon Hsv 81VII (31-32)
    ‘Um at lítaz’
Anon Hsv 82VII (32-1)
    ‘Áts ok drykkju’

prose text:

Hugsvinnsmál

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