Poems and Songs:

By Bjornstjerne Bjornson; Arthur Hubbell Palmer | Go to book overview

PUBLICATIONS OF
THE AMERICAN-SCANDINAVIAN FOUNDATION
ESTABLISHED BY NIELS POULSON, 1911

COMMITTEE ON PUBLICATIONS

WILLIAM HENRY SCHOFIELD, Professor of Comparative Literature in Harvard University, Chairman

ARTHUR HUBBELL PALMER, Professor of the German Language and Literature in Yale University

HKNRY GODDAARD LEACH, Secretary of the Foundation


SCANDINAVIAN CLASSICS

I. Comedies by Holberg : Jeppe of the Hill, The Political Tinker, Erasmus Montanus

Translated from the Danish by OSCAR JAMES CAMPBELL, JR., and FREDERIC SCHENCK, with an Introduction by OSCAR JAMES CAMPBELL, JR. 1914. xv+178 pages. Price $1.50

To the American-Scandinavian Foundation the English reading public is indebted for the first adequate attempt to introduce the vernatile genius who huilt the foundation for drama in Denmark. It is not an attempt at “revival.” Ludwig Holberg is too lusty to admit of reviving ; he still lives, and most heartily at that. New York Times.

II. Poems by Tegnér : The Children of the Lord’s Supper, Frithiof’s Saga

Translated from the Swedish by HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW, and by Rev. W. LEWERY BLACKLEY, with an Introduction by PAUL ROBERT LIEDER. 1914. xxvii+207 pages. Price $1.50

The life or Tegnér was for the most part a happy one and this happiness ¡a

reflected in the optimism of his poetry. Boston Herald.

III. Poems and Songs by Björnstjerne Björnson Translated from the Norwegian in the Original Meters, with an Introduction and Notes, by ARTHUR HUBBELL PALMER, 1915. xxii+264 pages, Price $1.50

IV. Master Olaf by August Strindberg

Translated from the Swedish with an Introduction by EDWIN BJöRKMAN. 1915. xxiii+125 pages. Price $1.50

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