By Rory McTurk
- Comprises 29 chapters written through prime students within the field
- Reflects present debates between previous Norse-Icelandic scholars
- Pays awareness to formerly missed parts of analysis, reminiscent of the sagas of Icelandic bishops and the fable sagas
- Looks on the methods previous Norse-Icelandic literature is utilized by smooth writers, artists and movie administrators, either inside and out of doors Scandinavia
- Sets outdated Norse-Icelandic language and literature in its wider cultural context
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A Companion to Old Norse-Icelandic Literature and Culture (Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture) by Rory McTurk