Table of contents for A companion to Old Norse-Icelandic literature and culture / edited by Rory McTurk.

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Notes on contributors
Introduction
1. Archaeology: Orri Vesteinsson
2. Christian Biography: Margaret Cormack
3. Christian Religious Poetry: Katrina Attwood (York University)
4. Continuity: Guoni Elisson (University of Iceland)
5. Eddic Poetry: Terry Gunnell (University of Iceland)
6. Family Sagas: Vesteinn Olason (University of Iceland)
7. Geography and Travel: Judith Jesch (University of Nottingham)
8. Historical Background (Iceland 870-1400): Helgi Porlaksson (University of Iceland)
9. Historiography and Pseudo-History: Stefanie Wurth (Universitat Tubingen)
10. Language: Michael Barnes (University College London)
11. Late Prose Fiction: Matthew J. Driscoll (Kobenhavns Universitet Amager)
12. Late Secular Poetry: Shaun Hughes (Purdue University)
13. Law: Gudmund Sandvik and Jon Vioar Sigurosson (University of Oslo)
14. Manuscripts and Paleography: Guovarour Mar Gunnlaugsson (University of Iceland)
15. Metre and Metrics: Russell Poole (Massey University)
16. Orality and Literacy: Gisli Sigurosson (University of Iceland)
17. Pagan Myth and Religion: Peter Orton (Queen Mary University of London)
18. Prose of Christian Instruction: Svanhildur Oskarsdottir (University of Iceland)
19. Reception: Andrew Wawn (University of Leeds)
20. Rhetoric and Style: Porir Oskarsson 
21. Romance: Jurg Klauser (Universitat Zurich)
22. Royal Biography: Armann Jakobsson
23. Runes: Patrik Larsson (Institutionen for nordiska sprak)
24. Sagas of Contemporary History: Ulfar Bragason (Sigurour Nordal Institute)
25. Sagas of Icelandic Prehistory: Torfi Tulinius (University of Iceland)
26. Short Prose Narrative: Joseph Harris (Harvard University)
27. Skaldic Poetry: Diana Whaley (University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne)
28. Social Institutions: Gunnar Karlsson (University of Iceland)
29. Women in Old Norse Poetry and Sagas: Judy Quinn (Newnham College, Cambridge)
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Old Norse literature -- History and criticism.
Iceland -- Civilization.