MYTHS OF NORTHERN LANDS

NARRATED WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO LITERATURE AND ART

BY H. A. GUERBER AUTHOR OF "MYTHS OF GREECE AND ROME"

"Wake again. Teutonic Father ages,
Speak again, beloved primaval creeds;
Flask ancestral spirit from your pagers.
Wake the greedy age to noble deeds
."

CHARLES KINGSLEY

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • Publication/Copyright Page 2
  • Dedication Page 3
  • Preface 5
  • Contents 7
  • List of Illustrations 8
  • Chapter I - The Beginning of All Things 9
  • Chapter II - ODIN 23
  • Chapter III. - FRIGGA 46
  • Chapter IV.. - THOR 61
  • Chapter V - TYR. 84
  • Chapter VI - BRAGI 93
  • Chapter VII - IDUN 100
  • Chapter VIII. - NIöRD. 107
  • Chapter IX. - FREY 112
  • Chapter X - FREYA 124
  • Chapter XI - ULLER 131
  • Chapter XII - FORSETI 134
  • Chapter XIII. - HEIMDALL. 137
  • Chapter XIV. - HERMOD 144
  • Chapter XV. - VIDAR 147
  • Chapter XVI. - VALI 150
  • Chapter XVII. - THE NORNS 154
  • Chapter XVIII - THE VALKYRS 160
  • Chapter XIX - HEL 166
  • Chapter XX - ÆGIR. 171
  • Chapter XXI - BALDER 182
  • Chapter XXII - LOKI 198
  • Chapter XXIII - THE GIANTS 210
  • Chapter XXIV - THE DWARFS 217
  • Chapter XXV - THE ELVES 221
  • Chapter XXVI - THE SIGURD SAGA 225
  • Chapter XXVII - THE TWILIGHT OF THE GODS 263
  • Chapter XXVIII - GREEK AND NORTHERN MYTHOLOGIES--A COMPARISON 274
  • Index to Poetical Quotations 293
  • Glossary and Index 295
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