Kalevala: The Land of the Heroes, Volume I

Elias Lönnrot William Forsell Kirby

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Kalevala: The Land of the Heroes, Volume I

Kalevala The Land of the Heroes Volume I This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers You may find it for free on the web Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery

  • Title: Kalevala: The Land of the Heroes, Volume I
  • Author: Elias Lönnrot William Forsell Kirby
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 356
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers You may find it for free on the web Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.

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    One thought on “Kalevala: The Land of the Heroes, Volume I

    1. Tanabrus on said:

      Totalmente ignorante di epica finnica, ho accostato questo libro spinto dalle canzoni degli Amorphis, che hanno dedicato a queste storie ben tre cd.Dopo aver letto la prima metà del Kalevala, posso dire di apprezzare molto di più l’epica più nostra.Iliade, Odissea, Eneide. Ma anche il Beowulf, il ciclo arturiano, l’Orlando.Mi lascia perplesso la magia di questi runi, una magia che vede i potenti e saggi bardi cantare, e il loro canto si avvera.Ma devono conoscere bene un elemento per util [...]

    2. Jody Mena on said:

      Truely beautiful, epic, masterful. I'm sure it's even better in Finnish, but even in English, it's a work of art. The meter and rhyme scheme are so lyrical that you will find yourself wanting to read the verses aloud, just to hear them spoken, and they paint such a vivid picture that I easily became lost in the world of song and legend and magic and glorious battle. It's unlike any other mythology I've encountered. You'd do yourself a service to readi it if you get the chance.

    3. Dev Sodagar on said:

      It is interesting to read these Finnish myths as they are so distinct to those of the rest of the Nordic countries that largely overlap. The Finns seem to have developed a very different culture and these tales of Vainamoinen show this differences.

    4. Dr. Andrew Higgins on said:

      Brilliant, stirring - onto Volume 2 - not sure I got all the Runos about dealing with your new wife and husband may need to re-read that. Still musing on the sampo!!!

    5. Yann on said:

      Le chant du peuple finnois : magique! Et magnifique traduction! Chapeau!

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