By H. Logeman Ph. D., Hon. L. L. D. (Glasg.) (auth.)
A statement on Henrik Ibsen’s Peer Gynt.- Textual feedback on Henrik Ibsen’s Peer Gynt.- Preface.- Textual Criticism.- Addenda and Corrigenda.- Abbreviations and Bibliography.
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Skr. II, 83, 84; ib. III, 416). They seem to return in R. as the Nissebuktanker of 1. 1424. J. 1. p. 297) here quotes an appropriate passage from Ibsen's letter to his mother-in-law, (3/12/,65; cf. " See Eitrem, Samtiden 1908, p. 570 (Ibsens Gjennembrud) on this mood of the poet and compare lower down, n. to 1. 572. 466. Den, som havde noget strerkt at drikke. If I'd only a good strong dram now. Compare later on: Mand~n min drakk (1. 787) and En bruger Brrendevin, etc. (1. 796). , - as I now:find noticed by Henning Kehler, Edda 1916, p.
Va ei kjrerring .... som heitte Aase) but also in Faye's No. Sagn (p. 161) where we also read of a smith that lived at Lunde. 267. Knrekte Armen paa han Aslak Smed. broke Blacksmith Aslak's arm for him. Han = acc. instead of ham as we should expect in Norwegian riksmaal, is a characteristically popular turn, proper to Landsmaal; cf. Aasen, Det Norske Folkesprogs Gramm I. p. 177 and esp. Hregstad, Maallrera 7, § 55, note: honom is used only "when the word has especial stress", and "before a proper name han may be used always".
177 and esp. Hregstad, Maallrera 7, § 55, note: honom is used only "when the word has especial stress", and "before a proper name han may be used always". As a few cases in point I quote: Gamle Knut Vinje spurde eingong han Aanund, and: Dette var et Sneidord til han Knut, DfZjlen, 1. c. I, 457; Rolv dreiv han Asgeir, Bugge-Berge, Folkesagn, II, 54; han Anders Fange, Landstad, Folkeviser, p. p. 121, 125). That han is not used with a proper name 0 n I y appears from Moltke Moe og LiestfZjl's No. Folkeviser, p.