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    Performing Definitions: Two Genres of Insult in Old Norse Literature.Karen Swenson.Carol Clover - 1994 - Speculum 69 (2):571-572.
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    Regardless of Sex: Men, Women, and Power in Early Northern Europe.Carol J. Clover - 1993 - Speculum 68 (2):363-387.
    In chapter 32 of Gísla saga, two bounty hunters come to the wife of the outlawed Gisli and offer her sixty ounces of silver to reveal the whereabouts of her husband. At first Auðr resists, but then, eyeing the coins and muttering that “cash is a widow's best comfort,” she asks to have the money counted out. The men do so. Auðr pronounces the silver adequate and asks whether she may do with it what she wants. By all means, Eyjólfr (...)
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    The Germanic Context of the Unferþ Episode.Carol Clover - 1980 - Speculum 55 (3):444-468.
    The idea that the Unferþ episode in Beowulf is related to the Norse flytings is hardly a new one. It has seldom progressed much beyond the stage of suggestion, however, and even the few longer discussions have failed to make much of the connection. The problem seems to lie on the Norse side of the equation — in large part in reaching a consensus on just what constitutes a “flyting” so that we know what to measure the Unferþ episode against. (...)
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    Regardless of Sex: Men, Women, and Power in Early Northern Europe.Carol J. Clover - 1993 - Speculum 68 (2):363-387.
    In chapter 32 of Gísla saga, two bounty hunters come to the wife of the outlawed Gisli and offer her sixty ounces of silver to reveal the whereabouts of her husband. At first Auðr resists, but then, eyeing the coins and muttering that “cash is a widow's best comfort,” she asks to have the money counted out. The men do so. Auðr pronounces the silver adequate and asks whether she may do with it what she wants. By all means, Eyjólfr (...)
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    Sigurður Nordal, Ed., Vqluspá. Trans. B. S. Benedikz and John McKinnell. Durham: Department of English Language and Medieval Literature; Fife: Department of English, 1978. Paper. Pp. Viii, 165. £1.20. [REVIEW]Carol Clover - 1980 - Speculum 55 (3):630.
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    Dancin' in the Rain.Carol J. Clover - 1995 - Critical Inquiry 21 (4):722-747.
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