Author:George Webbe Dasent

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George Webbe Dasent
English writer, was born in St. Vincent, West Indies, the son of the attorney general of that island


  • The Story of Burnt Njal (Project Gutenberg) (Edinburgh, 1861)
  • Popular Tales from the Norse (Edinburgh, 1859)
  • East of the Sun and West of the Moon: old tales from the North
  • The Prose or Younger Edda (1842)
  • (tr.) A Grammar of the Icelandic or Old Norse Tongue by Erasmus Rask (1843)
  • Theophilus, in Icelandic, Low German, and Other Tongues (1845)
  • The Story of Gisli the Outlaw (Edinburgh, 1866)
  • Annals of an Eventful Life (1870)
  • Three to One (1872)
  • Half a Life (1874)
  • Jest and Earnest (1873)
  • Tales from the Fjeld (1874) (transcription project)
  • The Vikings of the Baltic (1875)

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