Three Northern Love Stories, and Other Tales
by Marjorie Burns
EDITIONS & PRINTED BOOKS
Three Northern Love Stories, and Other Tales, translated by William Morris and Eirikr Magnusson. London: Ellis and White, 1875
The Story of Frithiof the Bold, Morgan Library Calligraphic Manuscript, MS 1494
Anderson, Karl. Scandinavian Elements in "Three Northern Love Stories," in "Scandinavian Elements in the Work of William Morris," Diss., Harvard University, 1940, 192-200.
Durrenberger, E. Paul and Dorothy Durrenberger. The Saga of Gunnlaugur Snake's Tongue, with an Essay on the Structure and Translation of the Poems. London: Associated University Presses, 1992.
Quirk, Randolph, intro. The Saga of Gunnlaug Serpent-Tongue, ed. Peter Foote. London: Thomas Nelson, 1957.
Unsigned review, Athenaeum. 17 July 1875, no. 2490, 75. From William Morris: The Critical Heritage, ed. Peter Faulkner. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1973, 211-15.
Wawn, Andrew. "Gunnlaugs saga ormstungu and the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh: Melodrama, Mineralogy and Sir George Mackenzie," Scandinavica 28 (1982), 5-16.
Wawn, Andrew. "The Cult of 'Stalwart Frith-thjof' in Victorian Britain," Northern Antiquity: The Post Medieval Reception of Edda and Saga. Middlesex: Hisarlike Press, 1994, 211-54.