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  1. Folk-Lore and Legends Scandinavian by Authors Various Authors, 2005-07
  2. A History of Danish Literature (Histories of Scandinavian Literature)
  3. A History of Icelandic Literature (Histories of Scandinavian Literature)
  4. A History of Norwegian Literature (Histories of Scandinavian Literature)
  5. The Angel House (Series B: English Translations of Works of Scandinavian Literature) by Kerstin Ekman, 2002-11-29
  6. From Baltic Shores (Series B: English Translations of Works of Scandinavian Literature) by Christopher Moseley, 1995-03-01
  7. Adam's Diary (Modern Scandinavian Literature in Translation) by Knut Faldbakken, 1987-12-01
  8. Sacrificial Smoke: Volume 3 in the Holme Trilogy (Modern Scandinavian Literature in Translation) by Jan Fridegard, 1990-08-01
  9. A History of Swedish Literature (Histories of Scandinavian Literature)
  10. Children's Island (Modern Scandinavian Literature in Translation) by P. C. Jersild, 1986-11-01
  11. Gender and Representation in the Films of Ingmar Bergman (Studies in Scandinavian Literature and Culture) by Marilyn Johns Blackwell, 1997-06-22
  12. Cleng Peerson (The Library of Scandinavian literature) by Alfred Hauge, 1976-02
  13. Lucie (Series B: English Translations of Works of Scandinavian Literature) by Amalie Skram, 2002-04-05
  14. A History of Finland's Literature (Histories of Scandinavian Literature)

1. Scandinavian Literature - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Scandinavia literature or Nordic literature is the literature in the languages of the Nordic countries of Northern Europe. The Nordic countries include Denmark, Finland, Iceland
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Scandinavia literature or Nordic literature is the literature in the languages of the Nordic countries of Northern Europe . The Nordic countries include Denmark, Finland, Iceland , Norway (including Svalbard ), Sweden and associated autonomous territories ( Åland Faroe Islands and Greenland ).The majority of these nations and regions use North Germanic languages . Although Finland speaks Finno-Ugric languages , Finnish history and literature are clearly interrelated with those of both Sweden and Norway who have shared control of various areas and who have substantial Sami populations/influences. These peoples have produced an important and influential literature. Henrik Ibsen , a Norwegian playwright, was largely responsible for the popularity of modern realistic drama in Europe, with plays like The Wild Duck and A Doll's House . Nobel prizes for literature have been awarded to Selma Lagerlöf Verner von Heidenstam Karl Adolph Gjellerup Henrik Pontoppidan ... Eyvind Johnson , and Harry Martinson
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4. Scandinavian Literature - The Art And Popular Culture Encyclopedia
Scandinavia literature or Nordic literature is the literature in the languages of the Nordic countries of Northern Europe. The Nordic countries include Denmark, Finland, Iceland
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7. Scandinavian Literature | Ask.com Encyclopedia
Scandinavia literature or Nordic literature is the literature in the languages of the Nordic countries of Northern Europe. The Nordic countries include Denmark, Finland
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Scandinavia literature or Nordic literature is the literature in the languages of the Nordic countries of Northern Europe. The Nordic countries include
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Scandinavian literature
Scandinavia literature or Nordic literature is the literature in the languages of the Nordic countries of Northern Europe . The Nordic countries include Denmark, Finland, Iceland , Norway (including Svalbard ), Sweden and associated autonomous territories ( Åland Faroe Islands and Greenland ).The majority of these nations and regions use North Germanic languages . Although Finland speaks Finno-Ugric languages , Finnish history and literature are clearly interrelated with those of both Sweden and Norway who have shared control of various areas and who have substantial Sami populations/influences. These peoples have produced an important and influential literature. Henrik Ibsen , a Norwegian playwright, was largely responsible for the popularity of modern realistic drama in Europe, with plays like The Wild Duck and A Doll's House . Nobel prizes for literature have been awarded to Selma Lagerlöf Verner von Heidenstam Karl Adolph Gjellerup Henrik Pontoppidan ... Eyvind Johnson , and Harry Martinson
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Medieval Scandinavian literature
In medieval times Scandinavia shared first Proto-Norse and then Old Norse as a common language. The earliest written records from Scandinavia are

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11. Scandinavian Literature
Four Major Plays A Doll House, The Wild Duck, Hedda Gabler, and The Master Builder, Vol. 1 Author Henrik Ibsen Book Review Format Mass Market Paperback
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15. Janus: Scandinavian Literature
Catalogue entries (2 hits) University/SOC.60.1 Minutes of meetings of the Cambridge Scandinavian Society, signed Scandinavian Literature Hit found in subject
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Archive of free ebooks of classic Nordic (Scandinavian) literature.
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(runeberg.org) is a volunteer effort to create free electronic editions of classic Nordic (Scandinavian) literature and make them openly available over the Internet. It was founded in 1992 and is based at LYSATOR , the students' computer club at Linkping University in Linkping, Sweden. What we have is already the Internet's biggest center for Nordic literature. With the help of volunteers like you, our goal is to double our collection every year. How can you help us? Learn more about Project Runeberg , browse our catalog , join our mailing list , try our discussion forum , send e-mail to the editors@runeberg.org or donate money to LYSATOR's Swedish PlusGiro 885669-2 or by international SWIFT bank transfer to BIC = NDEASESS, IBAN = SE59 9500 0099 6042 0885 6692. Projekt Runeberg (runeberg.org) arbetar p frivillig grund med att skapa fria elektroniska utgvor av klassisk nordisk litteratur och gra dem ppet tillgngliga ver Internet. Det grundades 1992 och hr hemma hos datorfreningen LYSATOR vid Linkpings universitet i Linkping, Sverige.

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of Harvard University and a member of the UW faculty since 1978, Sj vik is the author of four books and numerous scholarly articles on Norwegian and Scandinavian literature.
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Scandinavian literature, the body of works, both oral and written, produced within Scandinavia in the North Germanic group of languages, in the Finnish language, and, during the
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Table of Contents: Scandinavian literature Article Article Additional Reading Additional Reading Related Articles Related Articles External Web sites External Web sites Citations ARTICLE from the Scandinavian literature also called Nordic literature , the body of works, both oral and written, produced within Scandinavia in the North Germanic group of languages, in the Finnish language , and, during the Middle Ages, in the Latin language Scandinavian literature traditionally consists of works in modern Swedish, Norwegian, Icelandic, Danish, and Faroese, all members of the North Germanic group of languages. The literary works written in these languages show deep-seated common linguistic ties. The Finnish language is unrelated to the North Germanic languages; it belongs instead to the Baltic-Finnic branch of the Finno-Ugric language family and is most closely related to Estonian and Karelian. Because Sweden ruled Finland for more than six centuries, Finnish literature, despite its linguistic differences, became closely intertwined with Swedish literature.

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