SUBJECT OF BOOKS
Donald F. Bittner. The Lion and the White Falcon: Britain and Iceland in the World War II Era. Archon Books. 1983. 207pp.
Dóra S. Bjarnason. School Inclusion in Iceland: The Cloak of Invisibility. Nova Publishers. 2003. 218pp.
Jesse L. Byock. Medieval Iceland: Society, Sagas, and Power. University of California Press. 1990. 264pp.
Jesse L. Byock. Viking Age Iceland. Penguin. 2001. 447pp.
Bruce E. Gelsinger. Icelandic Enterprise: Commerce and Economy in the Middle Ages. University of South Carolina Press. 1981. 299pp.
Knut Gjerset. History of Iceland. Macmillan. 1925. 482pp.
Kirsten Hastrup. A Place Apart: An Anthropological Study of the Icelandic World. Oxford University Press. 1998. 227pp.
Gunnar Karlsson. The History of Iceland. University of Minnesota Press. 2000. 418pp.
Terry G. Lacy. Ring of Seasons: Iceland: Its Culture and History. University of Michigan Press. 2000. 328pp.
Sigurdur A. Magnusson. Northern Sphinx: Iceland and the Icelanders from the Settlement to the Present. McGill-Queen's University Press. 1977. 261pp.
William Ian Miller. Bloodtaking and Peacemaking: Feud, Law, and Society in Saga Iceland. University of Chicago Press. 1990. 407pp.
Gudrun Nordal. Ethics and Action in Thirteenth Century Iceland. Odense University Press. 1998. 369pp.
Katharine Scherman. Daughter of Fire: A Portrait of Iceland. Little, Brown. 1976. 364pp.
Richard F. Tomasson. Iceland: The First New Society. University of Minnesota Press. 1980. 247pp.
George T. Trial. History of Education in Iceland. London: W. Heffer & Sons. 1945. 95pp.
Torfi H. Tulinius. Translated by Randi C. Eldevik. The Matter of the North: The Rise of Literary Fiction in Thirteenth-Century Iceland. Odense University Press. 2002. 340pp.
Orri Vésteinsson. The Christianization of Iceland: Priests, Power, and Social Change 1000-1300. Oxford University Press. 2000. 318pp.
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