No 37 (2018)

Autumn

Two of the articles in this issue—‘The Mediation and Re-creation of Guðrún Gjúkadóttir in English Translations of the Poetic Edda in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries’ by Katie Harling-Lee, and ‘Mannakjöt and Mannakrof: Human Identity in Ketils Saga Hængs and Örvar-Odds Saga’ by Rebecca Drake—have resulted from the Journal’s collaboration with the seventh annual Norse in the North conference, held on 9 June 2018 at Durham University, and hosted by the Lindisfarne Centre at St Aidan’s College. A summary of proceedings and acknowledgments is provided by the conference organisers in the Journal's reviews section. 

Table of Contents

Articles

The Mediation and Re-creation of Guðrún Gjúkadóttir in English Translations of the Poetic Edda in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries PDF
Katie Harling-Lee
Mannakjöt and Mannakrof: Human Identity in Ketils Saga Hængs and Örvar-Odds Saga PDF
Rebecca Drake
The Use of Debates in John Milton’s Poems: Rethinking the Conventions of Scholastic and Humanist Dialectics PDF
Fernando Martinez-Periset
‘I Am a Widow Lone, in Authority Arrayed’: Tears of Authorship in Selected Works by Christine de Pizan PDF
Elaine Ruth Boe
Comedy and Madness in Swift: The Idiosyncrasies of Lemuel Gulliver PDF
Emelia Hamilton-Russell

Reviews

Seventh Annual Norse in the North Conference (2018) PDF
Katie Harling-Lee, Alexander J. Wilson


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