4 edition of Eirik the Red and other Icelandic sagas found in the catalog.
|Statement||translated, with an introduction by Gwyn Jones.|
|Series||Oxford world"s classics, Oxford world"s classics (Oxford University Press)|
|Contributions||Jones, Gwyn, 1907-|
|LC Classifications||PT7269.A1 E383 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 318 p. :|
|Number of Pages||318|
|LC Control Number||00265364|
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Gwyn Jones' "Eirik the Red and Other Icelandic Sagas" () is a short ( pages of text), but remarkably varied, collections of both Sagas proper and shorter stories (thattr) usually founded embedded in other, longer, works.
It was originally published as a small, blue-bound hardcover, in the original "World's Classics" Eirik the Red and other Icelandic sagas book from Oxford /5(17). Eirik the Red and Other Icelandic Sagas book.
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Erik Thorvaldsson (c. – c. ), known as Erik the Red, was a Norse explorer, described in medieval and Icelandic saga sources as having founded the first settlement in most likely earned the epithet "the Red" due to the color of his hair and beard. According to Icelandic sagas, he was born in the Jæren district of Rogaland, Norway, as the son of Thorvald Children: Freydis, Leif Erikson, Thorvald and Thorstein.
Gwyn Jones' "Eirik the Red and Other Icelandic Sagas" () is a short ( pages of text), but remarkably varied, collections of both Sagas proper and shorter stories (thattr) usually founded embedded in other, longer, works. It was originally published as a small, blue-bound hardcover, in the original "World's Classics" series from Oxford Reviews:.