The Story of Burnt Njal. The Great Icelandic Tribune, Jurist, and Counsellor, translated from the Njals Saga by the Late Sir George Webbe Dasent. With Editor’s Prefatory Note and Author’s Introduction. Hon. Rasmus B. Anderson, Editor in Chief (London: Norroena Society, 1907). http://oll.libertyfund.org/titles/2029,
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A translation of the Icelandic saga, the main character of which is Burnt Njal, which was first written down in the 13th century.
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