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Playground Worlds
Author: Jaakko Stenros
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ISBN:
Pages: 288
Year: 2008
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The Hammer & The Cross
Author: Harry Harrison
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 0812523482
Pages: 480
Year: 1994-11-15
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In an alternate history set in A.D. 865, Shef, son of a Norse raider and an English lady, tries to carve out a kingdom of his own in England, while Christian kings and Viking worshippers of Asgard battle for the country's dominion
The Sagas of Ragnar Lodbrok
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Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0578021382
Pages: 150
Year: 2009-04
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Although based on historical persons from the 9th century, Ragnar Lodbrok and his sons are the subjects of compelling legends dating from the Viking era. Warriors, raiders, and rulers, Ragnar and his sons inspired unknown writers to set down their stories over seven centuries ago. This volume presents new and original translations of the three major Old Norse texts that tell Ragnar's story: the Saga of Ragnar Lodbrok, the Tale of Ragnar's Sons, and the Sogubrot. Ragnar's death song, the Krakumal, and a Latin fragment called the List of Swedish Kings, complete the story. Extensive notes and commentary are provided, helping the reader to enter the world of these timeless stories of Viking adventure.
Studies in the Transmission and Reception of Old Norse Literature
Author: Maria Adele Cipolla, Judy Quinn
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ISBN: 2503555535
Pages: 375
Year: 2016-05-31
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The compelling world of the Vikings and their descendants - preserved in the sagas, poetry, and mythology of medieval Iceland - has provided inspiration for centuries to artists and writers across Europe as well as to scholars devoted to editing and interpreting the manuscript texts. Imagining this distant'hyperborean' world has been the spur to a broad range of creative ventures, by editors, translators, playwrights, librettists, novelists, poets and cartoonists. The essays in this volume, by scholars from Italy, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Germany, and the UK, examine the scholarly and artistic reception of a variety of Old Norse texts from the beginnings of the manuscript tradition in twelfth-century Iceland to contemporary poetry, crime fiction and graphic novels in Britain, Ireland, Italy and Iceland. In between, the influence of Old Norse literature is explored in the context of Shakespeare's plays, eighteenth-century Italian opera, the Romantic movement in Sweden and Denmark, the so-called 'Nordic renaissance' of the late nineteenth-century (including the works of August Strindberg and William Morris) and some of the political movements of twentieth-century northern Europe. Interest in Old Norse literature is charted as it spread beyond the academies of Europe out to a wide reading and viewing public. The influence of the hyperborean muse is evident throughout - affecting editors as well as artists - as the idea of early Nordic culture has been refashioned to suit contemporary ideals.
The Three Billy Goats Gruff
Author: Paul Galdone
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0547416849
Pages: 32
Year: 2009-06-01
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The three Billy Goats Gruff are hungry and want to go over the bridge to a fine meadow full of grass and daisies where they can eat and eat. But under the bridge lives a troll who’s as mean as he is scary . . .
Exotique 6
Author: Daniel Wade
Publisher: Ballistic Pub
ISBN: 1921002816
Pages: 208
Year: 2011-01
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EXOTIQUE 6 sets the standard for new character artwork, featuring the most talented artists from around the world.
Lion of Ireland
Author: Morgan Llywelyn
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1429913207
Pages: 448
Year: 2010-04-01
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King, warrior, and lover Brian Boru was stronger, braver, and wiser than all other men-the greatest king Ireland has ever known. Out of the mists of the country's most violent age, he merged to lead his people to the peak of their golden era. His women were as remarkable as his adventures: Fiona, the druidess with mystical powers; Deirdre, beautiful victim of a Norse invader's brutal lust; Gormlaith, six-foot, read-haired goddess of sensuality. Set against the barbaric splendors of the tenth century, Lion of Ireland is a story rich in truth and legend-in which friends become deadly enemies, bedrooms turn into battlefields, and dreams of glory are finally fulfilled. Morgan Llywelyn has written one of the greatest novels of Irish history. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
The Book of Settlements
Author: Herman Palsson
Publisher: Univ. of Manitoba Press
ISBN: 0887553702
Pages: 159
Year: 2014-05-14
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Iceland was the last country in Europe to become inhabited, and we know more about the beginnings and early history of Icelandic society than we do of any other in the Old World. This world was vividly recounted in "The Book of Settlements, " first compiled by the first Icelandic historians in the thirteenth century. It describes in detail individuals and daily life during the Icelandic Age of Settlement.
The Loving Dead
Author: Amelia Beamer
Publisher: Night Shade Books
ISBN: 1597801941
Pages: 241
Year: 2010
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A California party turns bad when the spread of a brain-eating STD leaves roommates Kate and Michael struggling to deal with a houseful of zombies. Oblivious Oakland authorities ignore the escalating crisis as aggressively promiscuous and ravenous zombies keep popping up. Finally, the desperate friends make a plan to flee to a zombie-proof haven while fearing that some of their acquaintances may already be infected.
Fiery Edge of Steel
Author: Jill Archer
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101623888
Pages: 336
Year: 2013-05-28
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Lucifer and his army triumphed at Armageddon, leaving humans and demons living in uncertain peace based on sacrifice and strict laws. It is up to those with mixed demon and human blood, the Host, to prevent society from falling into anarchy. Noon Onyx is the first female Host in memory to wield the destructive waning magic that is used to maintain order among the demons. Her unique abilities, along with a lack of control and a reluctance to kill, have branded her as an outsider among her peers. Only her powerful lover, Ari Carmine, and a roguish and mysterious Angel, Rafe Sinclair, support her unconventional ways. When Noon is shipped off to a remote outpost to investigate several unusual disappearances, a task that will most likely involve trying and killing the patron demon of that area, it seems Luck is not on her side. But when the outpost settlers claim that an ancient and evil foe has stepped out of legend to commit the crimes, Noon realizes that she could be facing something much worse than she ever imagined…
Göngu-Hrolfs Saga
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ISBN: 0802023924
Pages: 128
Year: 1980
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Aelfric's Catholic Homilies
Author: Aelfric (Abbot of Eynsham.)
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Pages: 794
Year: 2000
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This is the third and final volume in the Early English Text Society's edition of AElfric's Catholic Homilies, a set of preaching texts in two series composed in Old English around 900 for the use of preachers throughout England. This final volume gives an account of the origin, function, and dating of the Catholic Homilies and their Latin sources; a detailed commentary on all eighty homilies; and a glossary of all words occurring in the text.
A Song of Ice and Fire Campaign Guide
Author: David Chart, Michael Komarck, Joshua J. Frost, Brian E. Kirby, Jon Leitheusser, Anthony Pryor
Publisher: Green Ronin Pub
ISBN: 1934547492
Pages: 252
Year: 2012-12-04
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Song of Ice and Fire Campaign Guide: A Game of Thrones Edition.
The Cyclopes
Author: Russell Roberts
Publisher: Mitchell Lane Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 1612281958
Pages: 48
Year: 2011-08-01
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Of all the fantastic creatures to emerge from Greek mythology, perhaps none is more well-known than the Cyclops. With his single eye glowering out from the middle of his forehead, the Cyclops is an image that is not soon forgotten and so has been used in countless stories, films, and other subjects. Almost everyone knows the story of how Odysseus (Ulysses) and his crew encountered the Cyclops Polyphemus on their way home from Troy and how the creature imprisoned them in his cave, only to have them escape by hiding underneath sheep. But fewer know about the rest of the Cyclopes. They don't know how the creatures actually once helped in the battle to create the world, and that they were allies of Zeus and his fellow gods. How did the Cyclopes go from friend to foe? The answer may well surprise you.
Blade of the Immortal
Author: Hiroaki Samura
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
ISBN: 1630088242
Pages: 232
Year: 2016-08-10
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Anotsu Kagehisa, murderous leader of the rogue Ittö-ryü, has journeyed to the mountains far from Edo to the romote Shingyötö-ryü dojo under invitation to bring the sword school under his wing. But instead of a warm welcome, Anotsu finds a dojo full of angry young men who don't want to take orders from an upstart, unless he can proves he's tougher than the best of them! That sits just fine with Anotsu, who has dedicated his life to putting the killing back into Japan's formalized sword schools, but Anotsu suspects that something more than proof of his worthiness lies beneath the challenge. Meanwhile, the immortal swordsman, Manji, is recovering from a battle that left him literally cut to pieces. His charge, Rin, is till nowhere to be found, bound for vengeance against Anotsu, but soon his troubles may become a bit more immediate, troubles that even an immortal may not survive! Collecting issues #58-#65 of the ongoing series.