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The Saga of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald

The saga of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald, composed in the 13th century, relates the story of two Icelandic poets Gunnlaugr Ormstunga and Hrafn nundarson, and their competition for the love of Helga the Fair, daughter of orsteinn Egilsson and granddaughter of Egill Skallagrmsson. The story opens with a prophetic dream of two eagles fighting over a swan, prefiguring the love triangle in the story. The rivalry is initially fought using verse, but later with weapons, when Gunnlaug challenges Hrafn to a holmgang -- a duel, the recognised Norse way of settling disputes. The narrative follows Gunnlaugr and is sympathetic towards him as it describes his ambitious career as a court poet across Scandinavia and the British Isles. The saga has similarities to earlier sagas of poets, such as Kormks saga and Bjarnar saga, but it is more refined and elegant with strong characterization and emotional impact. Long considered a masterpiece, the saga is often read by new students of Old Norse literature.

  • Gunnlag and Hafrn compete for the love of Helga the Fair
  • A story of Love Lust Betrayal and Friendship
  • Life lived in the Viking way!
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  • Printed from Sustainable forests with Chain of Custody certification
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The Saga of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald

The saga of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald, composed in the 13th century, relates the story of two Icelandic poets Gunnlaugr Ormstunga and Hrafn nundarson, and their competition for the love of Helga the Fair, daughter of orsteinn Egilsson and granddaughter of Egill Skallagrmsson. The story opens with a prophetic dream of two eagles fighting over a swan, prefiguring the love triangle in the story. The rivalry is initially fought using verse, but later with weapons, when Gunnlaug challenges Hrafn to a holmgang -- a duel, the recognised Norse way of settling disputes. The narrative follows Gunnlaugr and is sympathetic towards him as it describes his ambitious career as a court poet across Scandinavia and the British Isles. The saga has similarities to earlier sagas of poets, such as Kormks saga and Bjarnar saga, but it is more refined and elegant with strong characterization and emotional impact. Long considered a masterpiece, the saga is often read by new students of Old Norse literature.

  • Gunnlag and Hafrn compete for the love of Helga the Fair
  • A story of Love Lust Betrayal and Friendship
  • Life lived in the Viking way!
  • A Perfect Bound Paperback
  • Printed from Sustainable forests with Chain of Custody certification
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The Saga of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald

The saga of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald, composed in the 13th century, relates the story of two Icelandic poets Gunnlaugr Ormstunga and Hrafn nundarson, and their competition for the love of Helga the Fair, daughter of orsteinn Egilsson and granddaughter of Egill Skallagrmsson. The story opens with a prophetic dream of two eagles fighting over a swan, prefiguring the love triangle in the story. The rivalry is initially fought using verse, but later with weapons, when Gunnlaug challenges Hrafn to a holmgang -- a duel, the recognised Norse way of settling disputes. The narrative follows Gunnlaugr and is sympathetic towards him as it describes his ambitious career as a court poet across Scandinavia and the British Isles. The saga has similarities to earlier sagas of poets, such as Kormks saga and Bjarnar saga, but it is more refined and elegant with strong characterization and emotional impact. Long considered a masterpiece, the saga is often read by new students of Old Norse literature.

  • Gunnlag and Hafrn compete for the love of Helga the Fair
  • A story of Love Lust Betrayal and Friendship
  • Life lived in the Viking way!
  • A Perfect Bound Paperback
  • Printed from Sustainable forests with Chain of Custody certification
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The Saga of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald

The saga of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald, composed in the 13th century, relates the story of two Icelandic poets Gunnlaugr Ormstunga and Hrafn nundarson, and their competition for the love of Helga the Fair, daughter of orsteinn Egilsson and granddaughter of Egill Skallagrmsson. The story opens with a prophetic dream of two eagles fighting over a swan, prefiguring the love triangle in the story. The rivalry is initially fought using verse, but later with weapons, when Gunnlaug challenges Hrafn to a holmgang -- a duel, the recognised Norse way of settling disputes. The narrative follows Gunnlaugr and is sympathetic towards him as it describes his ambitious career as a court poet across Scandinavia and the British Isles. The saga has similarities to earlier sagas of poets, such as Kormks saga and Bjarnar saga, but it is more refined and elegant with strong characterization and emotional impact. Long considered a masterpiece, the saga is often read by new students of Old Norse literature.

  • Gunnlag and Hafrn compete for the love of Helga the Fair
  • A story of Love Lust Betrayal and Friendship
  • Life lived in the Viking way!
  • A Perfect Bound Paperback
  • Printed from Sustainable forests with Chain of Custody certification
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The Saga of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald

The saga of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald, composed in the 13th century, relates the story of two Icelandic poets Gunnlaugr Ormstunga and Hrafn nundarson, and their competition for the love of Helga the Fair, daughter of orsteinn Egilsson and granddaughter of Egill Skallagrmsson. The story opens with a prophetic dream of two eagles fighting over a swan, prefiguring the love triangle in the story. The rivalry is initially fought using verse, but later with weapons, when Gunnlaug challenges Hrafn to a holmgang -- a duel, the recognised Norse way of settling disputes. The narrative follows Gunnlaugr and is sympathetic towards him as it describes his ambitious career as a court poet across Scandinavia and the British Isles. The saga has similarities to earlier sagas of poets, such as Kormks saga and Bjarnar saga, but it is more refined and elegant with strong characterization and emotional impact. Long considered a masterpiece, the saga is often read by new students of Old Norse literature.

  • Gunnlag and Hafrn compete for the love of Helga the Fair
  • A story of Love Lust Betrayal and Friendship
  • Life lived in the Viking way!
  • A Perfect Bound Paperback
  • Printed from Sustainable forests with Chain of Custody certification
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The Saga of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald ebook

The saga of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald, composed in the 13th century, relates the story of two Icelandic poets Gunnlaugr Ormstunga and Hrafn Ãnundarson, and their competition for the love of Helga the Fair, daughter of Ãorsteinn Egilsson and granddaughter of Egill Skallagrímsson.

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The Saga of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald ebook

The saga of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald, composed in the 13th century, relates the story of two Icelandic poets Gunnlaugr Ormstunga and Hrafn Ãnundarson, and their competition for the love of Helga the Fair, daughter of Ãorsteinn Egilsson and granddaughter of Egill Skallagrímsson.

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The Saga of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald ebook

The saga of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald, composed in the 13th century, relates the story of two Icelandic poets Gunnlaugr Ormstunga and Hrafn Ãnundarson, and their competition for the love of Helga the Fair, daughter of Ãorsteinn Egilsson and granddaughter of Egill Skallagrímsson.

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The Saga of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald ebook

The saga of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald, composed in the 13th century, relates the story of two Icelandic poets Gunnlaugr Ormstunga and Hrafn Ãnundarson, and their competition for the love of Helga the Fair, daughter of Ãorsteinn Egilsson and granddaughter of Egill Skallagrímsson.

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The Saga of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald ebook

The saga of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald, composed in the 13th century, relates the story of two Icelandic poets Gunnlaugr Ormstunga and Hrafn Ãnundarson, and their competition for the love of Helga the Fair, daughter of Ãorsteinn Egilsson and granddaughter of Egill Skallagrímsson.

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The Life and Death of Cormak the Skald

This is the story of a poet, poor and proud, with all the strength of a Viking and all the weakness of genius. He loves a fine lady, a spoiled child; who bewitches him, and jilts him, and jilts him again. In true Viking style he fights for her, kills for her, writes verse for her, and rises, for her sake, to the height of all that a man in his age could achieve. Then, after years, he has her at his feet, and learns of her heartlessness and worthlessness. He bids her farewell; but in the end dies with her name on his lips. The motive of the book is very modern, yet at the same time as ancient as the human race itself. It is dramatic and imaginative in the sense that it is told by one who was an artist in his craft of saga-telling. The diction is of the simplest and there is no fine writing, but the plot is balanced like a Greek play and the action drives along to its close. The result is conveyed without a word of moralizing. The characters are broadly drawn, and their types are still valid today. W

  • The saga of Cormak the Skald (Poet)
  • A Norse/Viking Saga
  • The saga of a poet, poor and proud, with all the strength of a Viking and all the weakness of genius
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  • Printed from Sustainable forests with Chain of Custody certification
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The Life and Death of Cormak the Skald

This is the story of a poet, poor and proud, with all the strength of a Viking and all the weakness of genius. He loves a fine lady, a spoiled child; who bewitches him, and jilts him, and jilts him again. In true Viking style he fights for her, kills for her, writes verse for her, and rises, for her sake, to the height of all that a man in his age could achieve. Then, after years, he has her at his feet, and learns of her heartlessness and worthlessness. He bids her farewell; but in the end dies with her name on his lips. The motive of the book is very modern, yet at the same time as ancient as the human race itself. It is dramatic and imaginative in the sense that it is told by one who was an artist in his craft of saga-telling. The diction is of the simplest and there is no fine writing, but the plot is balanced like a Greek play and the action drives along to its close. The result is conveyed without a word of moralizing. The characters are broadly drawn, and their types are still valid today. W

  • The saga of Cormak the Skald (Poet)
  • A Norse/Viking Saga
  • The saga of a poet, poor and proud, with all the strength of a Viking and all the weakness of genius
  • A Perfect Bound Paperback
  • Printed from Sustainable forests with Chain of Custody certification
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The Life and Death of Cormak the Skald

This is the story of a poet, poor and proud, with all the strength of a Viking and all the weakness of genius. He loves a fine lady, a spoiled child; who bewitches him, and jilts him, and jilts him again. In true Viking style he fights for her, kills for her, writes verse for her, and rises, for her sake, to the height of all that a man in his age could achieve. Then, after years, he has her at his feet, and learns of her heartlessness and worthlessness. He bids her farewell; but in the end dies with her name on his lips. The motive of the book is very modern, yet at the same time as ancient as the human race itself. It is dramatic and imaginative in the sense that it is told by one who was an artist in his craft of saga-telling. The diction is of the simplest and there is no fine writing, but the plot is balanced like a Greek play and the action drives along to its close. The result is conveyed without a word of moralizing. The characters are broadly drawn, and their types are still valid today. W

  • The saga of Cormak the Skald (Poet)
  • A Norse/Viking Saga
  • The saga of a poet, poor and proud, with all the strength of a Viking and all the weakness of genius
  • A Perfect Bound Paperback
  • Printed from Sustainable forests with Chain of Custody certification
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The Life and Death of Cormak the Skald

This is the story of a poet, poor and proud, with all the strength of a Viking and all the weakness of genius. He loves a fine lady, a spoiled child; who bewitches him, and jilts him, and jilts him again. In true Viking style he fights for her, kills for her, writes verse for her, and rises, for her sake, to the height of all that a man in his age could achieve. Then, after years, he has her at his feet, and learns of her heartlessness and worthlessness. He bids her farewell; but in the end dies with her name on his lips. The motive of the book is very modern, yet at the same time as ancient as the human race itself. It is dramatic and imaginative in the sense that it is told by one who was an artist in his craft of saga-telling. The diction is of the simplest and there is no fine writing, but the plot is balanced like a Greek play and the action drives along to its close. The result is conveyed without a word of moralizing. The characters are broadly drawn, and their types are still valid today. W

  • The saga of Cormak the Skald (Poet)
  • A Norse/Viking Saga
  • The saga of a poet, poor and proud, with all the strength of a Viking and all the weakness of genius
  • A Perfect Bound Paperback
  • Printed from Sustainable forests with Chain of Custody certification
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The Life and Death of Cormak the Skald

This is the story of a poet, poor and proud, with all the strength of a Viking and all the weakness of genius. He loves a fine lady, a spoiled child; who bewitches him, and jilts him, and jilts him again. In true Viking style he fights for her, kills for her, writes verse for her, and rises, for her sake, to the height of all that a man in his age could achieve. Then, after years, he has her at his feet, and learns of her heartlessness and worthlessness. He bids her farewell; but in the end dies with her name on his lips. The motive of the book is very modern, yet at the same time as ancient as the human race itself. It is dramatic and imaginative in the sense that it is told by one who was an artist in his craft of saga-telling. The diction is of the simplest and there is no fine writing, but the plot is balanced like a Greek play and the action drives along to its close. The result is conveyed without a word of moralizing. The characters are broadly drawn, and their types are still valid today. W

  • The saga of Cormak the Skald (Poet)
  • A Norse/Viking Saga
  • The saga of a poet, poor and proud, with all the strength of a Viking and all the weakness of genius
  • A Perfect Bound Paperback
  • Printed from Sustainable forests with Chain of Custody certification
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THE SAGA OF EGIL SKALLAGRIMSSON (Egil's Saga)

EGILL SKALLAGRÍMSSON (ca. 910AD ca. 990AD) was a Viking Age poet, warrior and farmer and the protagonist of Egil's Saga. Born in Iceland, the son of Skalla-Grímr Kveldúlfsson, a respected chieftan, and Bera Yngvarsdóttir. Egill composed his first poem aged three years and exhibited berserk behaviour (a bloody theme which continues throughout the saga), and this, together with the description of his large and unattractive head, has led to the theory that he might have suffered from Paget's disease. This is corroborated by an archaeological find of a head from the Viking era which is thought to be Egill's.

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  • 33% of the net profit is donated to UNICEF
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THE SAGA OF EGIL SKALLAGRIMSSON (Egil's Saga)

EGILL SKALLAGRÍMSSON (ca. 910AD ca. 990AD) was a Viking Age poet, warrior and farmer and the protagonist of Egil's Saga. Born in Iceland, the son of Skalla-Grímr Kveldúlfsson, a respected chieftan, and Bera Yngvarsdóttir. Egill composed his first poem aged three years and exhibited berserk behaviour (a bloody theme which continues throughout the saga), and this, together with the description of his large and unattractive head, has led to the theory that he might have suffered from Paget's disease. This is corroborated by an archaeological find of a head from the Viking era which is thought to be Egill's.

  • Suitable for ages 12+
  • A Perfect Bound Paperback (5" x 8" or 12.7cm x 20.3cm)
  • 33% of the net profit is donated to UNICEF
  • Printed from Sustainable forests with Chain of Custody certification.
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THE SAGA OF EGIL SKALLAGRIMSSON (Egil's Saga)

EGILL SKALLAGRÍMSSON (ca. 910AD ca. 990AD) was a Viking Age poet, warrior and farmer and the protagonist of Egil's Saga. Born in Iceland, the son of Skalla-Grímr Kveldúlfsson, a respected chieftan, and Bera Yngvarsdóttir. Egill composed his first poem aged three years and exhibited berserk behaviour (a bloody theme which continues throughout the saga), and this, together with the description of his large and unattractive head, has led to the theory that he might have suffered from Paget's disease. This is corroborated by an archaeological find of a head from the Viking era which is thought to be Egill's.

  • Suitable for ages 12+
  • A Perfect Bound Paperback (5" x 8" or 12.7cm x 20.3cm)
  • 33% of the net profit is donated to UNICEF
  • Printed from Sustainable forests with Chain of Custody certification.
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THE SAGA OF EGIL SKALLAGRIMSSON (Egil's Saga)

EGILL SKALLAGRÍMSSON (ca. 910AD ca. 990AD) was a Viking Age poet, warrior and farmer and the protagonist of Egil's Saga. Born in Iceland, the son of Skalla-Grímr Kveldúlfsson, a respected chieftan, and Bera Yngvarsdóttir. Egill composed his first poem aged three years and exhibited berserk behaviour (a bloody theme which continues throughout the saga), and this, together with the description of his large and unattractive head, has led to the theory that he might have suffered from Paget's disease. This is corroborated by an archaeological find of a head from the Viking era which is thought to be Egill's.

  • Suitable for ages 12+
  • A Perfect Bound Paperback (5" x 8" or 12.7cm x 20.3cm)
  • 33% of the net profit is donated to UNICEF
  • Printed from Sustainable forests with Chain of Custody certification.
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THE SAGA OF EGIL SKALLAGRIMSSON (Egil's Saga)

EGILL SKALLAGRÍMSSON (ca. 910AD ca. 990AD) was a Viking Age poet, warrior and farmer and the protagonist of Egil's Saga. Born in Iceland, the son of Skalla-Grímr Kveldúlfsson, a respected chieftan, and Bera Yngvarsdóttir. Egill composed his first poem aged three years and exhibited berserk behaviour (a bloody theme which continues throughout the saga), and this, together with the description of his large and unattractive head, has led to the theory that he might have suffered from Paget's disease. This is corroborated by an archaeological find of a head from the Viking era which is thought to be Egill's.

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The Laxdaela Saga

The Laxdla saga is an Icelandic saga (story) of the men and women of the Salmon River valley involving the clan of Laxrdalur. It is one of the most important Icelandic sagas, originally written in Old Icelandic; probably sometime around the year 1245 AD. It is noted for its mention of the first known Norseman in the Varangian Guard: the Icelander Bolli Bollason. An amalgam of historical fact, myth, epic, romance, anachronism, and literary invention, the Laxdaela Saga is, in essence, a dramatization of the circumstances surrounding a blood-feud between two sides of a great dynasty; in its second and decisive portion, it treats a love triangle that re-ignites the feud and its adjoining intrigues. Gurn svfursdttir, who is famous for her beauty is our protagonist. Courted by the two foster-brothers Kjartan lafsson and Bolli orleiksson. Gurn preferred Kjartan, but she gave herself to Bolli, because of a false rumour that Kjartan was engaged to Ingibjrg, the sister of King lafur Tryggvason. The two foster-bro

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The Laxdaela Saga

The Laxdla saga is an Icelandic saga (story) of the men and women of the Salmon River valley involving the clan of Laxrdalur. It is one of the most important Icelandic sagas, originally written in Old Icelandic; probably sometime around the year 1245 AD. It is noted for its mention of the first known Norseman in the Varangian Guard: the Icelander Bolli Bollason. An amalgam of historical fact, myth, epic, romance, anachronism, and literary invention, the Laxdaela Saga is, in essence, a dramatization of the circumstances surrounding a blood-feud between two sides of a great dynasty; in its second and decisive portion, it treats a love triangle that re-ignites the feud and its adjoining intrigues. Gurn svfursdttir, who is famous for her beauty is our protagonist. Courted by the two foster-brothers Kjartan lafsson and Bolli orleiksson. Gurn preferred Kjartan, but she gave herself to Bolli, because of a false rumour that Kjartan was engaged to Ingibjrg, the sister of King lafur Tryggvason. The two foster-bro

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The Laxdaela Saga

The Laxdla saga is an Icelandic saga (story) of the men and women of the Salmon River valley involving the clan of Laxrdalur. It is one of the most important Icelandic sagas, originally written in Old Icelandic; probably sometime around the year 1245 AD. It is noted for its mention of the first known Norseman in the Varangian Guard: the Icelander Bolli Bollason. An amalgam of historical fact, myth, epic, romance, anachronism, and literary invention, the Laxdaela Saga is, in essence, a dramatization of the circumstances surrounding a blood-feud between two sides of a great dynasty; in its second and decisive portion, it treats a love triangle that re-ignites the feud and its adjoining intrigues. Gurn svfursdttir, who is famous for her beauty is our protagonist. Courted by the two foster-brothers Kjartan lafsson and Bolli orleiksson. Gurn preferred Kjartan, but she gave herself to Bolli, because of a false rumour that Kjartan was engaged to Ingibjrg, the sister of King lafur Tryggvason. The two foster-bro

  • The saga of the men and women of the Salmon River valley
  • One of the most important Icelandic sagas
  • An amalgam of historical fact, myth, epic, romance, anachronism, and literary invention
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The Laxdaela Saga

The Laxdla saga is an Icelandic saga (story) of the men and women of the Salmon River valley involving the clan of Laxrdalur. It is one of the most important Icelandic sagas, originally written in Old Icelandic; probably sometime around the year 1245 AD. It is noted for its mention of the first known Norseman in the Varangian Guard: the Icelander Bolli Bollason. An amalgam of historical fact, myth, epic, romance, anachronism, and literary invention, the Laxdaela Saga is, in essence, a dramatization of the circumstances surrounding a blood-feud between two sides of a great dynasty; in its second and decisive portion, it treats a love triangle that re-ignites the feud and its adjoining intrigues. Gurn svfursdttir, who is famous for her beauty is our protagonist. Courted by the two foster-brothers Kjartan lafsson and Bolli orleiksson. Gurn preferred Kjartan, but she gave herself to Bolli, because of a false rumour that Kjartan was engaged to Ingibjrg, the sister of King lafur Tryggvason. The two foster-bro

  • The saga of the men and women of the Salmon River valley
  • One of the most important Icelandic sagas
  • An amalgam of historical fact, myth, epic, romance, anachronism, and literary invention
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