It is curious that our poets have inclined to every form but the drama in reproducing Old Norse literature.
In the Old Norse and in the present Icelandic a dual number is to be found.
These works are the kind that show the influence of Old Norse literature as spiritual rather than substantial.
About twenty pages of Old Norse from Nygaard's beginner's book.
The laureate, in good blank verse, discourses on the Old Norse heroes whom he happens to know about.
The Eddic poems are not the only versions in Old Norse literature.
Well, it is strange enough this Old Norse view of Nature; different enough from what we believe of Nature.
Dvergml (the speech of the dwarfs) is the Old Norse expression for the echo in the mountains.
On the other hand, we find the stanza in the Old Norse verse.
Rosmal” comes from Old Norse “rosm-hvalr”—horse-whale, of the same meaning therefore as “hval-ross.