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The home of the Eddic poems; with especial reference to the Helgi-lays.

Author: Sophus Bugge
Publisher: [New York], [AMS Press], [1972]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Rev. ed.View all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sophus Bugge
ISBN: 0404535542 9780404535544
OCLC Number: 428426
Notes: Original ed. issued as no. 11 of Grimm library.
Translation of Helge-digtene i den Ældre Edda.
Description: lxxix, 408 pages 19 cm
Contents: The Helgi-Lays in their relation to later old Norse Skaldic poems --
The first Lay of Helgi Hundingsbani in its relation to earlier old Norse poems --
Influence from the British Isles on the phraseology of the first Helgi-Lay --
The first Helgi-Lay and the Irish story of the battle of Ross na Rig --
The first Helgi-Lay and the Irish tale of the destruction of Troy --
The relation of the first Helgi-Lay to the Wolfdietrich story --
The relation of the first Helgi-Lay to the story of Meleager --
English and Irish influence on the second Helgi-Lay --
The second Helgi-Lay in its relation to other Eddic poems --
Helgi Hundingsbani a Danish King --
Helgi Hundingsbani in Saxo and in the Eddic poems --
The account of Helgi Hundingsbani in its relation to Anglo-Saxon epics --
Helgi Hundingsvani in his relation to the Wolfings, Hunding, the Volsungs, and Sigrun --
Concluding remakes on the first Helgi-Lay --
The Helgi-Lays and the story of Eric the Eloquent --
The poem on the death of Helgi Hundingsbani and Sigrun --
The story of King Hjorvarth and his son Helgi --
The meeting of the mermaid Hrimgerth with Atli and Helgi Hjorvarthsson --
Hjorvarth and Sigrlinn --
Atli's two encounters with a supernatural bird --
The Helgi-poems and the ballads of Ribold and of Hjelmer --
Concluding remarks on the Lay of Helgi Hjorvarthsson --
Saxo''s account fo Regner and Swanwhite --
Svafa and Thorgerth Holgabruth.
Other Titles: Helge-digtene i den Ældre Edda.
Responsibility: Translated from the Norwegian by William Henry Schofield.

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