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Myths of the northern lands by H. A Guerber
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Myths of the northern lands (edition 1895)

by H. A Guerber

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Title:Myths of the northern lands
Authors:H. A Guerber
Info:American Book Company (1895), Hardcover, 319 pages
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Narrated with special reference to literature and art. The aim of this handbook of Northern mythology is to familiarize the English student of letters with the religion of his heathen ancestors, and to set forth, as clearly as possible, the various myths which have exercised an influence over our customs, arts, and literature.

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Guerber states in her preface that this 1895 study of the myths from Norway, Sweden, and other northern lands is aimed at students. Here are the stories from the religion of England's heathen ancestors and the myths which took an important role in the history of British customs, art, and literature. Guerber focuses on the grim humor and dark tragic threads weaved throughout the narratives, starting with "The Beginning of All Things" and ending with a comparison of Greek and Northern mythology--covering all the giants, dwarves, and gods in between.… (more)

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