Hildur, Queen of the Elves: And Other Icelandic Legends
Interlink Books, 2007 - Fiction - 267 pages
A beautiful collection of poetic and imaginative Icelandic legends, Iceland's particular geography, its long nights and savage weather, led to the development of a unique oral tradition, from which grew the famous Icelandic family sagas.
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