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by Elias Lonnrot,Jr Francis Peabody Magoun

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Elias Lonnrot,Jr Francis Peabody Magoun
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Harvard University Press; 1st edition (1963)
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The national folk epic of Finland is here presented in an English translation that is both scholarly and eminently readable. To avoid the imprecision and metrical monotony of earlier verse translations. The work then turns to the relations between two communities: Kalevala (‘Land of the Kaleva’―the poetic name for Finland), led by Väinämöinen, and Pohjola (‘Land of the North’), ruled by Louhi, and old woman who can change into an avenging dragon.

Francis peabody magoun, jr. Harvard u n iversity press. 10 Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 63-19142 ISBN 0-674-50010-5 (paper) Printed in the United States of America Book design by David Ford. 43. The sea and air battle for the Sampo; the lucky preser­ vation in the Kaleva District of some fragments of the Sampo; a soldier’s protective charm. 288. 44. Väinämöinen’s new birchwood harp. 295. 45. Magically induced diseases in the Kaleva District; the origin of pestilences; charms against pain.

When Elias Lönnrot was born in 1802, Finland was a province of Sweden; by the time he came to compile the Kalevala in the 1830s and 1840s, it was part of the Russian Empire.

The Kalevala: Or, Poems of the Kaleva District. When Elias Lönnrot was born in 1802, Finland was a province of Sweden; by the time he came to compile the Kalevala in the 1830s and 1840s, it was part of the Russian Empire. Scholarly prose translation of the 1835 Old Kalevala. Book was published in Hungary, illustrated with Akseli Gallen-Kallela's artwork. The Kalevala; or, Poems of the Kaleva District, compiled by Elias Lönnrot, trans. by Francis Peabody Magoun, Jr. (Cambridge, Mass. Harvard University Press, 1963). The Old Kalevala, and Certain Antecedents, compiled by Elias Lönnrot, trans. Harvard University Press, 1969).

by Elias Lönnrot & Francis Peabody Magoun (transl. Ego says, "Once everything falls into place, I'll feel peace. Spirit says "Find your peace, and then everything will fall into place.

The Kalevala, or Poems of the Kalevala District Written by Compiled by Elias Lonnrot, Trans. by Francis Magoun, Jr. Finnish mythology. Discover ideas about Faroe Islands. The Kalevala: Or Poems of the Kaleva District: Elias Lonnrot, Jr. Faroe Islands Norse Mythology Tatoo Art Art Tattoos Folklore Norway Sweden Scandinavian January.

Lönnrot, Elias, 1802-1884; Magoun, Francis Peabody, 1895-1979.

Magically induced diseases in the Kaleva District the origin of pestilences charms against pain. Francis Peabody Magoun. 300. The slaying of the bear at North Farm and the great feast in the Kaleva District a bearhunters charm the origin of bears. 305. The mistress of North Farm steals the sun and the moon the disappearance of Ukkos fire. составитель: Elias Lönnrot. Издание: иллюстрированное, перепечатанное.

The Kalevala: Or Poems of the Kaleva District: Elias Lonnrot, J. The painting illustrates a passage from the Kalevala, the Finnish national epic compiled by Elias Lönnrot in the century.

The Kalevala: Or Poems of the Kaleva District: Elias Lonnrot, Jr. Wesley Pegram. What others are saying. Kalevala: Or, Poems of the Kaleva District. Akseli Gallen-Kallela (Pori, + Stockholm 7 March was a Finnish painter. After a holistic study, fresco technique.

Bibliographic Details. Title: Kalevala; Poems of the Kaleva District. Publisher: Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA. Publication Date: 1963. List this Seller's Books.

Again and again the Kalevala has been described as the national heroic epic of the Finnish people, a description which, at least outside Finland, has tended to do the work a certain disservice by raising expectations that the reader is not likely to find fulfilled, regardless of what else he may find that is richly rewarding at a poetical, folkloristic, or ethnographic level.... It is essentially a conflation and concatenation of a considerable number and variety of traditional songs, narrative, lyrics, and magic, sung by unlettered singers, male and female, living to a great extent in northern Karelia in the general vicinity of Archangel. hese songs were collected in the field and ultimately edited into a book by Elias Lönnrot, M.D. (1802-1884), in two stages. The first version appeared in 1835 and is now known as the Old Kalevala ; it contained about half the material in the 1849 edition here translated.