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studies in honour of Ian Maxwell. by Ian Ramsay Maxwell, Gabriel Turville-Petre, John Stanley Martin. Published 1974 by Organising Committee for publishing a volume in honour of Ian Maxwell in Melbourne. Civilization, Old Norse philology, Medieval Civilization. Dow, H. Ian Ramsay Maxwell.

Medieval Iceland ca. 1100 AD. The Outlaw (Swedish: Den fredlöse) is an 1871 one-act play by Swedish playwright August Strindberg written when he was a 22-year-old . Studies in Honour of Ian Maxwell, Clayton, Vi. Wilke and Company Limited (P., 1974, pp. 79–89. The Outlaw (Swedish: Den fredlöse) is an 1871 one-act play by Swedish playwright August Strindberg written when he was a 22-year-old struggling University student who had yet to become a successful author. The story is based on old Viking sagas for which to prepare Strindberg taught himself Icelandic to read the old sagas. The Outlaw, scanned books at Internet Archive.

Iceland and the Mediaeval World : Studies in honour of Ian Maxwell, ISBN 0909897026. Old English Riddles of the Exeter Book, ISBN 0807812722. Papers in Northern Archaeology.

William Ian Miller considers the unique case of home and homelessness in medieval Iceland, in which . Patricia Fortini Brown translates the floor plans of houses and the layouts of neighborhoods of Renaissance Venice into a broad understanding of that city's social and political arrangements.

William Ian Miller considers the unique case of home and homelessness in medieval Iceland, in which scattered settlements in "the middle of nowhere" were held together by a complex legal system.

Iceland and the Mediaeval World. Dag, Strömbäck: Sejd. Textstudier i nordisk Religionshistoria. Nordiska Texter och Undersökingar 5, Hugo Gebers Forlag, Stockholm-Levin & Munksgaard, Köpenhamn, 1935. Alois Wolf: Zu Gestaltung und Funktion der Rede in germanischer Heldendichtung.

The Cambridge Old English Reader. Turville-Petre, . ‘The Narrative Style in Old English’, in Iceland and the Mediaeval World: Studies in Honour of Ian Maxwell, ed. Martin, J. S. and Turville-Petre, G. (Melbourne, 1975), pp. 116–25. McTurk, R. ‘ Cynewulf and Cyneheard and the Icelandic Sagas’, LSE 12 (1981), 81–127. Shippey, T. ‘Bear and Badger’, LSE 16 (1985), 220–39. Ferro, . ‘The King in the Doorway: the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, A. D. 755’, Acta 11 (1986), 17–30.

The Medieval Mind book. Studies on cuaderna via verse and the poets of the cancionero figure prominently, as do the Libro de Buen Amor and Celestina.

The Religion of Ancient Scandinavia (London, 1964) Turville-Petre, E. O. e. ‘The Sonatorrek’, in Iceland and the Medieval World: Studies in Honour of Ian Maxwell, ed. G. Turville- Petre and J. Martin (Melbourne, 1974), pp. 33-55 Turville-Petre, . ‘On Ynglingatal’, Med. Scan. TERM Spring '14. TAGS Literature.