HIAWATHA AND KALEVALA

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Hiawatha And Kalevala

Author : Ernest J. Moyne
ISBN : IND:39000005873257
Genre : Kalevala
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Hiawatha And Kalevala

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ISBN : LCCN:65001612
Genre : Fate and fatalism
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The Kalevala

Author : Elias Lönnrot
ISBN : 0674500105
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The first English translation of the national folk epic of Finland which relates Icelandic family sagas and reflects an ancient Finnish peasant life
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The Kalevala

Author : Eino Friberg
ISBN : 9511101374
Genre : Fiction
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A translation of the national folk epic of Finland which relates Icelandic family sagas and reflects an ancient Finnish peasant life
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The Kalevala

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ISBN : UVA:X000458179
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Inventing The American Primitive

Author : Helen Carr
ISBN : 9780814715499
Genre : History
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Inventing the American Primitive examines a body of work, both literary and anthropological, that describes, inscribes, translates and transforms Native American myths and poetry. Drawing on post-colonial and feminist theory, as well as ethnography's recent textual turn, Carr reveals the conflicts and ambivalence in these texts. Through their writings, the writers and anthropologists studied were attempting to preserve a culture which their country, with their help or connivance, sought to destroy. The contradictions and tensions of this position run throughout their work. Although there is no simple narrative of progress in this story as it moves from the eighteenth-century primitivism to tweentieth-century modernism, the book shows the process by which the richness and complexity of Native American traditions came to be acknowledged
Category: History

Larkin Ideology And Critical Violence

Author : J. Osborne
ISBN : 9780230598935
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This volume combines a theoretical critique of the biographical method that dominates Larkin studies with a revolutionary interpretation of his works that better accounts for their profound influence upon leading Postmodernists like Ian McEwan, David Mitchell, Carol Ann Duffy, Damien Hirst - and the creators of Jerry Springer - the Opera .
Category: Literary Criticism

A Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Companion

Author : Robert L. Gale
ISBN : 031332350X
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Hundreds of A-Z entries cover Longfellow's works, family members, professional associates, and other topics related to his life and career.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Kalevala

Author : Elias Lonnrot
ISBN : 1611044219
Genre : Literary Collections
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The Kalevala is the great Finnish epic, which like the Iliad and the Odyssey, grew out of a rich oral tradition with prehistoric roots. During the first millennium of our era, speakers of Uralic languages (those outside the Indo-European group) who had settled in the Baltic region of Karelia, that straddles the border of eastern Finland and north-west Russia, developed an oral poetry that was to last into the nineteenth century. This poetry provided the basis of the Kalevala. It was assembled in the 1840s by the Finnish scholar Elias Lonnrot, who took dictation' from the performance of a folk singer, in much the same way as our great collections from the past, from Homeric poems to medieval songs and epics, have probably been set down. Published in 1849, it played a central role in the march towards Finnish independence and inspired some of Sibelius's greatest works.
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A Short History Of Finland

Author : Fred Singleton
ISBN : 0521647010
Genre : History
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This is a second edition of the successful study of Finland in the English language. A Short History of Finland traces the historical development of the country from its settlement by the Finns in the first millennium AD to the present time, exploring Finland's earlier connection with Sweden, the complex relationship with Russia that has dominated Finnish history in the past two centuries, and the postwar achievements of the second republic. This second edition has been revised and updated by Emeritus Professor A. F. Upton, a leading scholar of Scandinavian history. It covers the impact of the break-up of the Soviet Union and brings events up to Finland's admission to the European Union in 1995.
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