Edda en Prose
The only prose account of the old faith of the Vikings, the Asatru. This is the source material, handed down for centuries, about the lives of Odin, Thor and Loki. These gods are mentioned daily by millions of people.
The Asatru has always been a source of inspiration for great artists and this book collects the best works of art inspired by the Edda. many of these paintings have never before been collected in a book. Material from the 19th and 20th Century are presented.
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Review: EddaUser Review - Alex - Goodreads
I feel sort of wretched giving this excellent translation of the Prose Edda anything less than a perfect score, but...I can't do that. The Edda is simply not built for the kind of enjoyment or ... Read full review
Review: EddaUser Review - Sara - Goodreads
Snorri Sturluson wrote his Edda, also known as the "Prose Edda", around 1220. Sturluson's work contains his versions of numerous Norse/Icelandic myths as well as a fair catalogue of tropes, motifs and ... Read full review