Adaptations

Boucher, Alan. The Land Seekers. Time, Place & Action series. London: André Deutsch, 1964. [Prose]

Brynhildur Þórarinsdóttir. Laxdæla. Reykjavík : Mál og menning, 2006. [Prose]

Brynjúlfur Jónsson. “Auður Djúpúðga á Krosshólaborg.” In Iðunn 3 (1885)1: 78-79. [Poetry]

Brynjúlfur Jónsson. “Hvammur í Hvammsveit.” In Kvæði, 88. Reykjavík: Sigurður Kristjánsson, 1889. [Poetry]

Brynjúlfur Jónsson.“Auður Djúpúðga á Krosshólaborg.” In Kvæði, 89. Reykjavík: Sigurður Kristjánsson, 1889. [Poetry]

Búi Kristjánsson. Laxdæla : höfundur óþekktur. 2 vols. Reykjavík : Laxdælaútgáfan, 1993-1994. [Comic]

Garborg, Hulda. “Unn den djuptenkte.” In Kornmoe. Vers og visor, 17-23Oslo: Aschehoug, 1930. [Poetry]

G. St. “Auður Djúpauðga.” In Nýtt Kvennablað 17 (1956)7: 4. [Poetry]

Jakobína Johnson. “Auður Djúpúðga.” In Saga (1930)6: 10-11. [Poetry]

Kath, Lydia. Die Frau im altnordischen Volksleben. Bagels Bücherei für deutsche Mädel, vol. 1. Düsseldorf: Bagel, 1934. [Non-fiction]

Kath, Lydia. “Urmutter Unn.” In Urmutter Unn. Geschichten um altnordische Frauen, 5-13. Trommler-Buch, vol. 14. Berlin-Steglitz: Junge Generation, 1936. [Non-fiction]

Lundbye, Vagn. “Unn den tænksomme.” In Den kvindelige saga, 11-31. København : Lindhardt og Ringhof, 2011. [Poetry]

MacDiarmid, Hugh. “The Gaelic Muse.” In Hugh MacDiarmid: Complete Poems, ed. by M. Grieve and W. R. Aitkin, vol. 1, 657-662. Cambridge: Carcanet Press, 1993. [Poetry]

MacDiarmid, Hugh. “The Young Audh.” In Hugh MacDiarmid: Complete Poems, ed. by M. Grieve and W. R. Aitkin, vol. 1, 666-667. Cambridge: Carcanet Press, 1993. [Poetry]

MacDiarmid, Hugh. “Audh and Cunaide.” In Hugh MacDiarmid: Complete Poems, ed. by M. Grieve and W. R. Aitkin, vol. 2, 1047-1048. Cambridge: Carcanet Press, 1994. [Poetry]

MacDiarmid, Hugh. “Choice.” In Hugh MacDiarmid: Complete Poems, ed. by M. Grieve and W. R. Aitkin, vol. 2. Cambridge: Carcanet Press, 1994. [Poetry]

Mitchison, Naomi. The Land the Ravens Found. London: Colllins, 1955. [Prose]

Mitchison, Naomi. “Aud the Deep Minded.” In Five Men and a Swan: Scottish tales & verse, 9-23. London: Allen and Unwin, 1957. [Prose]

Ragnheiður Guðmundsdóttir. “Auður djúpúðgu.” In Breiðfirðingur (1982)39-40: 46-47. [Poetry]

Rogge-Börner, Sophie. “Frau Unn, die Siedlerin.” In Von nordischen Frauen, Königen und Bauern, 33-48. Berlin: Union Deutsche Verlagsgesellschaft, 1935. [Non-fiction]

Rogge-Börner, Sophie. Die Olafsippe. Ein Nordlandroman. Berlin: Ährenlese Verlag, 1941. [Prose]

Rüttgers, Severin. Geschichte von Un der Weisen und ihrer Sippe. Berlin: Verlag von Julius Beltz, 1938. [Prose]

Símon Dalaskáld. Ríma af Kjartani Ólafssyni. Reykjavík: Árni Björnsson, 1871. [Poetry]

Stevenson, Gerda. “Unn the Deep-Minded.” In Quines. Poems in tribute to women of Scotland, 31-32. Edinburgh: Luath, 2018. [Poetry]

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Waif Woman. 1916. [Prose]

Syltevik, Anders. Audssoga om “Aud den Djuptenkte.” Jessheim: Sand, 2011. [Prose]

Vilborg Davíðsdóttir. Auður. Reykjavík : Mál og menning, 2009. [Prose]

Vilborg Davíðsdóttir. Vígroði. Reykjavík : Mál og menning, 2012. [Prose]

Vilborg Davíðsdóttir. Blóðug jörð. Reykjavík : Mál og menning, 2017. [Prose]

Wenz-Hartmann, Gisela. “Unn Ketilstochter, die Landnehmerin.” In Lebensbilder germanischer Frauen, 22-36. Die Welt der Germanen, vol. 10. Leipzig: Quelle & Meyer, 1937. [Non-fiction]

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