Professor Carolyne Larrington: List of publications

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Mediating Medieval(ized) Emotion in Game of Thrones

Gender / Queer Studies

A Textscape: On Sámsey

The Norse Myths: A Guide to the Gods and Heroes

‘“Wyȝe, welcum iwys to þis place!’ Emotions in the schemas for arrival, return and welcome at the Arthurian court'

A Handbook to Eddic Poetry Myths and Legends of Early Scandinavia

Heroic Legend and Eddic Poetry

Arnaldur Indriðason’s Konungsbók: Literary History as MacGuffin, Or: Raiders of the Lost Örk

Winter is Coming The Medieval World of Game of Thrones

Emotions in Medieval Arthurian Literature Body, Mind, Voice

Mourning Gawein: Cognition and Affect in Diu Crône and some French Gauvain-Texts

The Land of the Green Man A Journey Through the Supernatural Landscapes of the British Isles

Brothers and Sisters in Medieval European Literature

Kerling / Drottning: Thinking about Medieval Queenship with Egils saga einhendar ok Ásmundar berserkjarbana’

Learning to Feel in the Old Norse Camelot?

Virtue and pleasure

King Arthur's Enchantresses Morgan and Her Sisters in Arthurian Tradition

Unto me delyverd

The Poetic Edda

Völsunga saga and Ragnars saga and romance in Old Norse: revisiting the relationship’

I have long desired to cure you of old age: Mothers, Siblings and Murder in the later Heroic Poems of the Edda

Introduction to chapters 4, 5 and 6: Elegy in Eddic Poetry

'I Have Long Desired to Cure You of Old Age': Sibling Drama in the Later Heroic Poems of the Edda

Magical Tales

Revisiting the Poetic Edda: Essays on Old Norse Heroic Legend

The Myths of the North in Children’s Books’

‘Brittany in Middle English : giants, marvels and magic’

The 'mighty winter' and two novels inspired by myth welcome to the fimbulvetr

The Translated Lais

Sibling Drama: Laterality in the Heroic Poems of the Edda

Sibling Relations in Malory's Morte Darthur

Melvin Burgess’s Bloodtide and Bloodsong: Sigmundr, Sigurðr and Young Adult Literature

Sibling Relations in Malory's Morte Darthur

Strengleikar, Möttuls saga and Skikkjurimur

Þóra and Áslaug in ‘Ragnars saga loðbrókar: Women, dragons and destiny

English Chivalry and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

Queens and bodies: the Norwegian translated Arthurian lais and Hákon IV’s Kinswomen

Cakes and Klimt

A Viking in Shining Armour?: Vikings and chivalry in the fornaldarsogur

Awkward Adolescents: male maturation in Norse Literature

The Enchantress, the Knight and the Clerick: Authorial Surrogates in Arthurian Romance


Translating the Poetic Edda into English’

Diet, Defecation and the Devil: Disgust and the Pagan Past

Myth and the Psychology of Memory

Undruðusk þá, sem fyrir var”: wonder, Vínland and mediaeval travel narratives’

Women and Writing in Medieval Europe: A Sourcebook

Freyja and the Organ-Stool: Neo-Paganism in Sólarljóð’

The Poetic Edda: Essays on Old Norse Mythology

Vafþrúðnismál and Grímnismál: Cosmic History, Cosmic Geography’

Some recent developments in the psychology of emotion and their relevance to the study of the medieval period’

The Candlemas Vision and Marie d’Oignies’s Role in its Dissemination

The Fairy Mistress: A Medieval Literary Fantasy

The Poetic Edda

Leizla Rannveigar: Gender and Politics in the Other World Vision’

Friendship in Old Norse and Old English Wisdom Poetry

A Store of Common Sense

Hávamál and sources outside Scandinavia’

What does Woman Want? Mær and munr in Skírnismál’

Egill's Longer Poems: Sonatorrek and Arinbjarnarkviða

The Feminist Companion to Mythology

Arnaldur Indriðason's Konungsbók: Fetishising Literary History

As hit is breued in þe best boke of romance: L’autorité, la verité et la fiction dans les traditions moyen-anglaises de Yvain et du Conte de Graal

Brittany in Middle English: Giants, marvels and magic

I have long desired to cure you of old age: Mothers, Siblings and Murder in the later Heroic Poems of the Edda

Melvin Burgess’s Bloodtide and Bloodsong:Sigmundr, Sigurðr and Young Adult Literature

Mourning Gawein: Performing Grief in Diu Crône







Stjúpmœñrasögur and Sigurñr’s Daughters

Stjúpmœñrasögur and Sigurñr’s Daughters, preprints

Völsunga saga and Ragnars saga: revisiting the relationship

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