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Old Norse-Icelandic Studies

Old Norse-Icelandic Studies

Series: Heritage
Copyright Date: 1967
Pages: 96
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    Old Norse-Icelandic Studies
    Book Description:

    An annotated bibliography of Old Norse-Icelandic studies for the years 1981-83, offering a quick guide to recent work.

    eISBN: 978-1-4426-5680-2
    Subjects: Bibliography, Library Science, History

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  1. Front Matter
    (pp. 1-4)
    (pp. 5-6)
    (pp. 7-10)
  4. Table of Contents
    (pp. 11-12)
  5. Abbreviations
    (pp. 13-14)
  6. I Introductory Material
    (pp. 15-19)
  7. II Study of Language
    (pp. 20-25)
  8. III Literary History and Criticism
    (pp. 26-30)

    The following is a selection of works of a general, or fairly general, nature dealing with Old Norse-Icelandic literature. Other contributions to the study of literature are found in Section IV below....

  9. IV Texts
    (pp. 31-80)

    This section contains a list of texts recommended to the student of Old Norse-Icelandic literature. Each entry and /or its subdivisions includes references to (a) editions, (b) facsimile editions, (c) translations, (d) bibliographies, and (e) studies relevant for the text(s), in that order. None of the entries is exhaustive, and the list itself is selective. In some cases a reference toKLNMhas been included, whereas in most cases it is tacitly understood that this encyclopedia should be consulted for references to the most recent scholarly literature. General treatments of Old Norse-Icelandic literature are listed in Section III, but occasional...

  10. V Background Material
    (pp. 81-85)

    The following section gives references to a number of books or articles which the compiler has found useful. It would be possible to add many more titles to the list for the benefit of the student of Old Norse-Icelandic language and literature; however, the following selection will, it is hoped, contain tempting material for further study of areas not covered elsewhere in the bibliography....

  11. INDEX
    (pp. 86-94)
  12. Back Matter
    (pp. 95-95)