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Old Norse-Icelandic language and literature at the EFL: Finding books

Subjects: English

Classification scheme

Shelfmark
Subject
CJ1
Dictionaries
CJ1.1
Etymological dictionaries
CJ1.2
Wordlists
CJ1.4
Bibliographies
CJ2 Journals
CJ3
Language and grammar
CJ4
Runes
CJ5
History and culture
CJ6
Festschriften
CJ7
Literary criticism
CJ20
Edda (Poetic)
CJ25
Edda (Prose)
CJ30
Scaldic poetry
CJ40
Rimur
Fornkvaedi (ballads)
Vikivakakvaedi (carols)
Late Mediaeval religious poetry
CJ50
Prose texts (sagas)
CJ90
Palaeography
CJ100 ff.
Oversize volumes
CJ200 ff.
Facsimiles

 

A table showing the classification scheme of the Old-Norse Icelandic lending collection 

Finding Old Norse-Icelandic books on SOLO

The easiest way to find books on Old-Norse Icelandic in the EFL is to use the search box on the main front page of SOLO. Type in your search keywords (e.g. ‘Sturluson’ and ‘Edda’) and limit your results to show only Books held in the English Faculty Library, then click on the large Search button.  

This will generate a list of search results. If you click on the Check library holdings link for each individual record, you will find details of where the item is held and its individual shelf mark.

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