762 GermanuLanguages IV. NORWEGIAN STUDIES* LANGUAGE AND EARLY LITERATURE By ERLING GEORG LARSEN , Senior Lecturer in N orweg ian Languag e at Rogaland Reg ional College, S tauanger, N orway I. GENERAL Norsk sprdk: 1250-135°. Pr imerkjelder og sekunderlitteratur, a bibl. by Ole-jorgen Johannessen and Erik Simensen , publ. Nordisk institutt, Univ. of Bergen, 1975 (19 76), v + 365 pp ., gives a useful survey of the specifically Norwegian share of t,he primary sources of Old Norse language in the period concerned, together with the most important secondary lit. MSS revealing a mixture of Norwegian and Icelandic have not been included. This publ., considered as a basis of further work, may well be used as a supp. to E. Haugen's important bibl. (cf. rWML , 36: 760) . Ivar Aasen, Skrifter, Det Norske Samlaget, 352 pp., ed. Olav Hr. Rue, is a selection of texts, chiefly belletristic, of th e great founder of nynorsk language and lit. Of special interest to linguists may be the fact that these texts are reproduced in their orig. form . Ed. by Even Hovdhaugen is Papers from the Second Scandinavian Conferen ce of Linguistics, Lysebu, April 1!)-20, 1975, Lingvistisk institutt, Univ.
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