Icelandic folklore and the cultural memory of religious change

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Bryan, Eric Shane
Format: Electronic Book
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Published: Leeds Arc Humanities Press 2021
In:Year: 2021
Edition:New edition
Further subjects:B Tales
B Tales (Iceland) History and criticism
B Folklore
B Christianity
B Reformation
B LITERARY CRITICISM / Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Mythology
B Folklore (Iceland) History
B History
B Criticism, interpretation, etc
B Reformation Folklore
B Iceland
B Christianity Folklore
Online Access: Volltext (kostenfrei)
Parallel Edition:Erscheint auch als: 9781641893756
Item Description:Introduction: Stories, Memories, and Modalities Belief Chapter 1-The Dead Bridegroom Carries off his Bride: Pejoration and Adjacency Pairs in ATU 365 Chapter 2-The Elf-Woman's Conversion: Gender Spheres in Post-Medieval Icelandic Folktales Chapter 3- The Fylgjur of Iceland: Attendant Spirits and a Distorted Sense of Guardianship Chapter 4-The Elf Church: Memories of Contested Sacred Spaces Chapter 5-The Stupid Boy and the Devil: Sæmundur Fróði, Magic, and Redemption Conclusion: The Transformation of Memory and of Self Selected Bibliography Index