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Visit to Iceland and the Scandinavian North. Translated from the German of Madame Ida Pfeiffer. With numerous explanatory notes and eight tinted engravings. To which are added an Essay on Icelandic poetry, from the French of M. Bergmann; a translation of the Icelandic poem, the Voluspa; and a brief sketch of Icelandic history.

Main Author: Pfeiffer, Ida, 1797-1858.
Other Authors: Bergmann, Frédéric Guillaume, 1812-1887., Edda Sæmundar.
Language(s): English
Published: London, Ingram, Cooke, and co., 1852.
Subjects: Old Norse poetry > History and criticism.
Scandinavia > Description and travel.
Iceland > Description and travel.
Note: Added engraved col'd t.-p.
Physical Description: xv, [1], [17]-354 p. incl. col. front., col. plates. col. pl. 19 cm.
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