Scandinavian Literature

Scandinavian Literature: Selected full-text books and articles

An Introduction to Scandinavian Literature: From the Earliest Time to Our Day By Elias Bredsdorff; Brita Mortensen; Ronald Popperwell Ejnar Munksgaard, 1951
The North! To the North! Five Swedish Poets of the Nineteenth Century By Judith Moffett; Judith Moffett Southern Illinois University Press, 2001
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A History of Norwegian Literature By Harald S. Naess University of Nebraska Press, 1993
A History of Danish Literature By Sven H. Rossel University of Nebraska Press, 1992
A History of Finland's Literature By George C. Schoolfield University of Nebraska Press, 1998
On the Transformation of Apparition Stories in Scandinavia and Germany, C. 1350-1700(1) By Beyer, Jurgen Folklore, Annual 1999
Peer-reviewed publications on Questia are publications containing articles which were subject to evaluation for accuracy and substance by professional peers of the article's author(s).
The Role of Inflection in Scandinavian Syntax By Anders Holmberg; Christer Platzack Oxford US, 1995
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