ANF, Volume 10; Volume 14

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C.W.K. Gleerup, 1898 - Scandinavian languages
 

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Page 55 - “The Science of Fairy Tales is concerned with tradition and not with literature. It finds its subjects in the stories which have descended from mouth to mouth from an unknown past; and if
Page 294 - Bibliotheca danica. Systematisk Fortegnelse over den danske Literatur fra 1482 til 1830 efter Samlingerne i
Page 380 - are fictitious matter, absolutely of the same kind as those miserable episodes that disfigure .Nial's Saga and many more, and show the sad decay of taste for true epic prose in the postclassic centuries, which had began to care for other things than native traditions.
Page 55 - made to works of conscious literary art, the value of such works is not in the art
Page 55 - yield of the existence of given tales in certain forms at periods and places
Page 55 - capable of determination: evidence in a word, which appropriates and fixes a preexisting tradition”.
Page 279 - paafaldende, hvis Digtet var forfattet under Indtryk fra Livet paa Island eller paa Grønland”.
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