The Waking of Angantyr : the Scandinavian past in European culture : den nordiske fortid i europæisk kultur

edited by Else Roesdahl and Preben Meulengracht Sørensen

For centuries, the Viking age has exerted a fascination on European art and literature through, for example, sagas, Norse mythology and runes. The enigmatic Northerners were romanticised by 18th-century poets, dresssed up by 19th-century painters, and misused to serve the propagandistic purposes of 20th-century National Socialism, which saw itself as the legitimate heir to a mythical Germanic past. This collection of essays in English and Scandinavian languages has its origins in a 1993 symposium on The Scandinavian Past in European Culture. Through case studies of different periods, the authors trace the influence of Scandinavia's heroic past on post-Renaissance France, Germany, Britain, Denmark, Norway and Sweden. The title of the book is taken from a famous old Norse Poem, published in English in 1703. Contributors include: Inge Adriansen, Hans Bekker-Nielsen, Francois-Xavier Dillmann, Christine Fell, Pal Hougen, Bo Jansson, Jorgen Hojgaard Jorgensen, Michael Mueller-Wille, Gerd Wolfgang Weber and Sir David Wilson.

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書名 The Waking of Angantyr : the Scandinavian past in European culture : den nordiske fortid i europæisk kultur
著作者等 Meulengracht Sørensen, Preben
Roesdahl, Else
Sorensen Preben Meulengracht (Professor of Old Norse Literature University of Oslo Norway)
Meulengracht Sorensen Preben
シリーズ名 Acta jutlandica
出版元 Aarhus University Press
刊行年月 c1996
ページ数 229 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 8772884355
ISSN 09010556
NCID BA86305606
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言語 デンマーク語
英語
出版国 デンマーク
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