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Me wants it precious

I am looking for the following to own. Help?

Rooth, Anna Birgitta
1961: Loki in Scandinavian Mythology, C.W.K. Gleerups Förlag, Lund

I've checked the usual suspects, Amazon, eBay, Abe Books with no such look.

Also...

Celander, Hilding
1911: Lokes mytiska ursprung, Edv. Berlings Boktryckeri, Uppsala
Does a translation exist anywhere?

de Vries, Jan
1933: The Problem of Loki, Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia, Helsinki

Dumézil, George
1959: Loki, Wissenschaftlige Buchgesellschaft, Darmstadt
Does a translation exist anywhere?

Sturluson, Snorri
1956: Loki-ein mythologisches Problem, Almquist & Wiksell, Göteborg
Does a translation exist anywhere? What language is this in?

Anderson, Philip N.
1981: "Form and Content in the Lokasenna: A Re-evaluation", Edda: Nordisk Tidskrift för Litteraturforskning, Scandinavian Journal of Literary Research, 4, Oslo

Frakes, Jerold C
1987: "Loki´s function in the Tripartite System", Journal of English and Germanic Philology, October, Champaign

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I have a copy of it. Next time i see you, you can take a look at it. it's not overly exciting. You may also want to hunt up Dumezil's monograph on "Loki." it's in French, so it'll be an exercise to read it, but it's worth it just for his comments on Loki as the 'unquiet thought.'

and yes, getting some F. time. MOstly i just needed to not be in NY. *sigh*
Um the Dumezil I see above, looks German, not French.

Can't quite make out th elanguage for the Sturluson one...
the Dumezil is French. I own it.
I don't know if there's a German translation but it was originally written in French.
ah, i didn't see the whole list! Where'd you find these? :)
when i first looked at your post, it only showed the Rooth.
Because I added to it. And as I googled for the Rooth book, I found a Bibliography that listed the other preciouses. ^.^
Wissenschaftlige Buchgesellschaft means 'scientific book-society' so i wonder if that isn't the publisher?
Ah maybe, I thought it was part of the TITLE. No wonder I was confused!

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