by Princeton University Press for the American-Scandinavian Foundation, New York in Princeton .
Written in English
|Statement||with introductions and notes by Lee M. Hollander.|
|LC Classifications||PT7245.E5 H6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 216 p.|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||45008261|
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Finished The Skalds: a Selection of Their Poems (), by Lee Milton Hollander. The Skaldic forms began in the ninth century in Norway, when the Skalds created poems to praise their kings and other leaders. The skalds were early and artistic ministers of propaganda. The Skalds: A selection of their poems, with introduction and notes. Poetry and Alaska: William Henry Seward's Alaskan Purchase and Bret Harte's "An Arctic vision" It is a textbook on poetics intended to instruct young poets in the difficult meters of the early Icelandic skalds (court poets) and to provide for a Christian age an understanding. The Skalds: A Selection of their Poems with Introduction and Notes. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, p. ). Ann Arbor: University of . This book is an attempt to present, in one volume, a selection of notable Old Norse (Old Icelandic) poetry in which the voice of the speaking poet (skald, Icelandic skáld) is poetry is attributed, in the manuscripts, to skalds from the ninth to the thirteenth century, as well as to numerous legendary figures impossible to verify or date.
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