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Thu Oct 16 17:58:23 2014 UTClccn-n790179360.06The three billy goats Gruff /0.281.00[The prose or younger Edda, commonly ascribed to Snorri Sturluson, translated from the Old Norse by George Webbe Dasent]29897770George_Webbe_Dasentn 79017936251792Dasent, G. wDasent, George W. 1817-1896Dasent, George Webbe 1817-1896Dasent, George Webbe 1817-1896 SirDasent, George Webbe, Sir, 1817-1896Webbe Dasent, George 1817-1896lccn-n50002002Asbjørnsen, Peter Christen1812-1885comlccn-n50000153Moe, Jørgen Engebretsen1813-1882comlccn-n81132478Njáll Þorgurssonapproximately 930-1011lccn-n87891397Harcourt Brace & Companypbllccn-n86082213Lynch, Patrick Jamesilllccn-n78086432DePaola, Tomie1934-illlccn-n50037215D'Aulaire, Ingri1904-1980lccn-n50037216D'Aulaire, Edgar Parin1898-1986lccn-n79060410Anderson, Rasmus Björn1846-1936edtlccn-n86831637Buel, James W.(James William)1849-1920edtDasent, George WebbeSir1817-1896Juvenile worksFictionFairy talesFolkloreBig booksDictionariesPictorial worksRecords and correspondenceNorwayFairy talesFolkloreTalesGoatsTrollsNjáll Þorgursson,Children's literatureOld Norse language--GrammarChristmas storiesIcelandScandinaviaCivilizationBig booksOld Norse languageEnglish languageSagasNjáls sagaOld Norse literatureMythology, NorseVikingsNorthmenNursery rhymes, EnglishGreat BritainPicture books for childrenFablesGermanyIcelandic language--GrammarBridgesIcelandic prose literatureFolk literature, IcelandicPop-up booksDasent, George Webbe,--Sir,Tales, MedievalIcelandic languageOrkneyinga sagaToy and movable booksSterling, John,Icelandic literatureChildren's stories, NorwegianNorwegiansEnglandEdda Snorra SturlusonarChildren's storiesHeroesEncyclopedias and dictionaries, Icelandic18171896184218431845184818531857185818591860186118621863186518661869187018721873187418751876187718801881188318861887188818901894189518961897190019031904190519061907190819091910191119121914191519171918191919201921192219231924192819311932193319381941194919521957196019641967196919701971197619791980198919911992199419951996199720012004200520062007200820102011201220139715226740EPZ8.1.A8ocn000169360ocn000008234ocn001358550ocn000089886ocn001833026ocn000074515ocn001269288ocn000616013ocn006112939ocn001707449ocn311404912ocn866076261ocn797366743ocn883474548ocn186418773ocn185883837ocn185869134ocn464765311ocn46471480312773ocn000169360book19570.06Asbjørnsen, Peter ChristenThe three billy goats GruffJuvenile worksFolkloreFictionPictorial worksBig booksFairy talesThree billy goats outsmart the hungry troll who lives ynder the bridge10737ocn025165221book19210.07Dasent, George WebbeEast o' the sun and west o' the moonJuvenile worksA girl travels east of the sun and west of the moon to free her beloved prince from a magic spell+-+049575910680467ocn001833026book19000.56Dasent, George WebbeThe story of Burnt Njal : from the Icelandic of the Njals saga7956ocn004493662book19790.06Dasent, George WebbeThe cat on the Dovrefell : a Christmas taleJuvenile worksFictionThe trolls pay Halvor an annual Christmas visit until they encounter a great white cat7704ocn000008234book19380.07Asbjørnsen, Peter ChristenEast of the sun and west of the moon; twenty-one Norwegian folk talesJuvenile worksFictionTwenty-one of the Norwegian folk tales collected by Asbjørnsen and Moe telling of trolls, sprites, princesses, cinderlads, talking cats, and mountains made of glass67267ocn011934092book18590.22Asbjørnsen, Peter ChristenPopular tales from the NorseJuvenile worksFolkloreFiction+-+301796469648421ocn001269288book19000.56Njáll ÞorgurssonThe story of Burnt Njal : the great Icelandic tribune, jurist, and consellor42222ocn001275771book19060.63Dasent, George WebbeA collection of popular tales from the Norse and north GermanFolkloreMainly a translation of Asbjornsen's collection of Norse fairy tales+-+41973639053806ocn000089886book19700.06Asbjørnsen, Peter ChristenEast o' the sun and west o' the moon: fifty-nine Norwegian folk tales from the collection of Peter Christen Asbjørnsen and Jørgen MoeGrade level: 7, 8, 9, e, i, s+-+167077139535224ocn726823541file18430.53Rask, RasmusA grammar of the Icelandic or Old Norse tongueThis volume contains a reprint of the English translation (1843) by Sir George Webbe Dasent of Rask s Anvising till Isländskan eller Nordiska Fornspråket (1818). This re-edition, with an added bio-bibliography of Rask, should enable the linguist of today to obtain a fairly rounded picture of this important 19th-century scholar who, together with Bopp and Grimm, has justly been ranked among the founding fathers of the comparative-historical study of Indo-European languages. Rasmus Kristian Rask (1787 1832) did not occupy himself with historical linguistics alone as a comparativist, but also with language as a system based on a notion of structure comprised of three key ideas: the idea of wholeness, the idea of transformation (derivation and composition), and the idea of self-regulation. He formulated theoretical and practical premises for the composition of grammars, and in this he was far ahead of his time and in closer proximity to the linguistic concerns and problems of our era. From both theoretical and pedagogical points of view, Rask s grammar of Icelandic remains a most remarkable work+-+462357275433922ocn000074515book18740.07Asbjørnsen, Peter ChristenTales from the fjeldFifty-one Norse fairy tales, many of which are Norse variations of tales from other countries29133ocn006112939book18870.79Icelandic sagas and other historical documents relating to the settlements and descents of the Northmen on the British Isles21316ocn001707449book19140.07Asbjørnsen, Peter ChristenEast of the sun and west of the moon : old tales from the NorthJuvenile worksFictionFairy talesIncludes six traditional Norwegian tales: East of the Sun and West of the Moon, The Blue Belt, The Lassie and her Godmother, The Three Princesses of Whiteland, The Widow's Son, The Three Princesses in the Blue Mountain19913ocn001835089book18690.77Cleasby, RichardAn Icelandic-English dictionary, based on the ms. collections of the late Richard CleasbyDictionaries18124ocn000616013book18610.77Dasent, George WebbeThe story of Burnt Njal; or, Life in Iceland at the end of the tenth century. From the Icelandic of the Njals saga12511ocn000685071book18660.82The story of Gisli the outlaw7510ocn002220029book18750.94Dasent, George WebbeThe vikings of the Baltic; a tale of the North in the tenth centuryFiction744ocn001718403book19050.07French, AllenHeroes of Iceland; adapted from Dasent's translation of "The story of Burnt Njal", the great Icelandic sagaJuvenile worksFolklore703ocn046642061book20010.18Dasent, George WebbePopular tales from Norse mythology+-+K763691395663ocn004430955book18740.77Asbjørnsen, Peter ChristenTales from the fjeld. A second series of popular tales, from the Norse of P. Chr. Asbjörnsen21ocn314521164book19140.47Sterling, JohnLetters from John Sterling to George Webbe Dasent, 1838-1844Records and correspondence11ocn064041591book18591.00Grímur ThomsenThe Northmen of Iceland, remarks on a treatise of George Webbe Dasent, esq., D.C.L11ocn064682288book18421.00Säve, C[The prose or younger Edda, commonly ascribed to Snorri Sturluson, translated from the Old Norse by George Webbe Dasent]Criticism, interpretation, etc+-+0495759106+-+0495759106Thu Oct 16 15:05:59 EDT 2014batch26578