Jón Halldórsson and the 14th-Century Innovations in Saga Narrative: The Case of Egils saga einhenda ok Ásmundar berserkjabana
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By the early fourteenth century, when Icelandic sagas and poetry had matured into an impressively rich literary system on its own, a new generation of saga-writers seems to have developed a taste for importing new themes, story-patterns, and motifs into their sagas, which were evidently picked up from continental Latin and French literature.
|Title of host publication||Bishop Jón Halldórsson of Skálholt and his Influence on Icelandic Literature|
|Number of pages||17|
|Place of Publication||Reykjavík|
|Publisher||University of Iceland Press|
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - 2019|