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Arrow-Odd: a medieval novel
|Statement||translated with an introd. by Paul Edwards and Hermann Pálsson.|
|Contributions||Edwards, Paul Geoffrey, 1926- ed., Hermann Pálsson, 1921- ed.|
|LC Classifications||PT7287.O7 E5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 136 p.|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||73116991|
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Iceland, c As translated by Christopher Tolkien. Oxford, Saxo Grammaticus. The First Nine Books of the Danish History of Saxo Grammaticus. This translation of "Orvar-Odd" was originally published separately, as "Arrow-Odd: A Medieval Novel" (), where I originally sought it out after studying some of the related works (such as Saxo).
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Arrow-Odd: A Medieval Novel by Paul Edwards, Hermann Pálsson Arrow-Odd: A Medieval Novel by Paul Edwards, Hermann Pálsson (pp. ) Review by: Paul Schach.The story also gives an insight into medieval humour, very dif-ferent from that of today. The second tale, Orms áttr, differs greatly in age and type from Hrei›ars áttr.
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