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Art and Literature from Iceland.
- Information about novels, books and works of Icelandic authors and painters. Featured artists are the writers Elías Snæland Jónsson, Úlfar Harri Elíasson and Anna Kristín Brynjúlfsdóttir and the painter Brynjúlfur Jónsson.
Birds in Death Throes
- Play by the writer Elías Snæland Jónsson from Reykjavik, Iceland. Information on actors with interviews and pictures from a performance in a theater in Dresden, Germany.
Culture Net Iceland
- Culture Net Iceland contains information about icelandic culture and provides many links.
Halldór Kiljan Laxness Nobel Laureate
- Biography and acceptance speech.
Index of Icelandic Medieval Literature
- Texts about Icelandic sagas and Medieval Icelandic Literature.
National and University Library of Iceland
- The National Library of Iceland. The library functions include collecting and preserving all materials published in Icelandic. It has an online Library System.
Randburg.com's Icelandic Bookstore.
- At Randburg.com you can buy Icelandic sagas and novels in English translations.
Selected Poetry and Prose
- Icelandic poet (1807-1845), translated for the first time. Extensive articles, essays, biography, illustrations, and sounds.
The Chronicles of the Kings of Norway
- An online English translation of The Chronicle of the Kings of Norway (or Heimskringla) by Snorri Sturluson.
The Laxdaela Saga
- An online English translation of The Laxdaela Saga. This Saga was written around 1245 A.D.
The Life and Death of Cormac the Skald (Kormáks saga)
- Written in Icelandic sometime between 1250 - 1300 A.D.
The Saga of Grettir the Strong
- The Saga of Grettir the Strong was originally written in the early 14th century by an unknown author.
The Sagas of Icelanders in English
- Leifur Eiriksson Publishing has completed the first English translation of the entire corpus of the Sagas of Icelanders together with the forty-nine Tales connected with them.
The Story of Burnt Njal (Njálssaga)
- An online English translation of The Story of Burnt Njal (Njálssaga or Njála in Icelandic), one of the more famous and dramatic Icelandic sagas.
The Story of the Ere-Dwellers (Eyrbyggja Saga)
- The Story of the Ere-Dwellers or Eyrbyggja Saga was written around the middle of the 13th century.
The Árni Magnússon Institute in Iceland.
- The Árni Magnússon Institute has custody of the medieval Icelandic manuscripts. It main roles are preserving and researching the manuscripts and publishing critical editions of them.
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