Other Eddic Poems: Introductory Bibliography

1. Lokasenna and Hárbardsljód
Preben Meulengracht Sørensen, "Loki's Senna in Ægir's Hall" in  G. W. Weber ed., Idee, Gestalt, Geschichte. Festschrift Klaus von See. Studien zur europäischen Kulturtraditions. Odense, 1988, Pp. 239-59.
John McKinnell, 'Motivation in Lokasenna', SBVS 22, 3-4 (1987-8), 234-62.
Joseph Harris, "The senna: from description to literary theory", Michigan Germanic Studies 5 (1979), 65-74.
Carol Clover, "The Germanic Context of the Unfer? Episode", Speculum 55 (1980), 444-68.
Carol Clover, "Hárbardzljód as Generic Farce",Scandinavian Studies 51 (1979) 124-45.
M. Bax and T. Padmos, "Two Types of Verbal Dueling in OI: the Interactional Structure of the Senna and the mannjafnadr in Hárbardzljód", Scandinavian Studies 55 (1983): 149-74.
Karen J. Swenson, Performing Definitions: Two Genres of Insult in Old Norse Literature, Columbia, SC: Camden House (1991).

2. Thrymskvida
Clunies Ross, Margaret. "Thorr"s Honour." In Studien zum Altgermanischen. Festschrift für Heinrich Beck. Ed. H. Uecker. Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 1994b. Pp. 48-76.
Clunies Ross, Margaret, 'Thrymskvida', in P. Acker and C. Larrington eds, Mythological Poems of the Edda: A Casebook, Garland, forthcoming.
Damico, Helen. "Thrymskvida and Beowulfís Second Fight: the Dressing of the Hero in Parody." Scandinavian Studies 58 (1986): 407-428.
Davidson, Hilda Ellis. "Thorís Hammer." Folklore 76 (1965): 1-15.
Jakobsen, Alfred. "Thrymskvida." In Medieval Scandinavia. An Encyclopedia. Eds. P. Pulsiano and K. Wolf. New York and London: Garland, 1993. Pp. 678-9.
Lindow, John. "Addressing Thor." Scandinavian Studies 60. 2 (1988). Norse Values and Society Issue, ed. Theodore M. Andersson: 119-36.
Lindow, John. "Thorís Hamarr." Journal of English and Germanic Philology 93 (1994): 483-503.
McKinnell, John. "Thorr as Comic Hero." In La Funzione dellíEroe Germanico: Storicità, Metafora, Paradigma. Rome: Il Calamo, 1995. Pp. 141-183.
Perkins, Richard. "Thrymskvida Stanza 20, and a Passage from Víglundar saga." Saga-Book (Notes and Reviews) 22 (1988): 279-284.
Puhvel. Martin. "The Deicidal Otherworld Weapon in Celtic and Germanic Mythic Tradition." Folklore 83 (1972): 210-19.
Taylor, P. B.  "Völundarkvida, Thrymskvida and the Function of Myth." Neophilologus 78 (1994): 263-281.

3. Vafthrúdnismal and Grímnnismál

Ejder, Bertil. "Eddadikten Vafprúdnismál." Vetenskapssocietetens i Lund årsbok (1960): 5-20.
Holtsmark, Anne. "Den uløselige gåten." Maal og Minne (1965): 101-5.
Kragerud, Alf. "De mytologiske spørsmål i Fåvnesmål."  Arkiv för nordisk filologi  96 (1981): 9-48.
Machan, Tim William, ed. Vafthrúdnismál. Durham Medieval Texts, 6. Durham: Dept of English Language and Medieval Literature, 1988.
McKinnell, John. Both One and Many. Essays on Change and Variety in Late Norse Heathenism. Rome: Il Calamo, 1994.
Ruggerini, Maria Elena. "Appendix. A Stylistic and Typological Approach to Vafthrúdnismál." In John McKinnell, Both One and Many, Essays on Change and Variety in Late Norse Heathenism. Rome: Il Calamo, 1994. Pp. 139-87.

Bucholz, Peter. "Shamanism: The Testimony of Old Icelandic Literary Tradition." Medieval Scandinavia 4 (1971): 7-20.
Fleck, Jere. "Konr­Óttarr­Geirrodr: A Knowledge Criterion for Succession to the Germanic Sacred Kingship." Scandinavian Studies 42 (1970): 39-49.
Fleck, Jere. "The 'Knowledge-Criterion' in the Grímnismál: the Case against 'Shamanism'." Arkiv för nordisk filologi 86 (1971): 49-65.
Hale, Christopher. "The River Names in Grímnismál 27-29."  In Edda: A Collection of Essays. Eds. R. J. Glendinning and Haraldur Bessason, University of Manitoba Icelandic Studies, 4. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 1983. Pp. 165-86.
Ralph, Bo, "The Composition of the Grímnismál." Arkiv för nordisk filologi  87 (1972): 97-118.
4. Baldrs draumar and Hyndluljód

Heinemann, Frederik J., "Ealuscerwen - Meoduscerwen, the Cup of Death and Baldrs Draumar." Studia Neophilologica 55 (1983): 3-10.

Fleck, Jere. "Konr­Óttarr­Geirrodr: A Knowledge Criterion for Succession to the Germanic Sacred Kingship." Scandinavian Studies 42 (1970): 39-49.
Gurevich, A. Ya, "Edda and Law: Commentary upon Hyndluljód." ANF 88 (1973): 72-84; reprinted in Historical Anthropology of the Middle Ages, ed. Jana Howlett, (Oxford: Blackwell, 1992). Pp.  190-99.
Gurevich, A. Ya, "Hyndluljód" in Medieval Scandinavia: An Encyclopedia, eds. Philip Pulsiano, Kirsten Wolf with Paul Acker and Donald Frye. New York, London: Garland 1993, 309.
Steinsland, Gro. Det hellige bryllup og norrøn kongeideologi. Oslo: Solum Forlag, 1991. Pp. 242-306.