- n. Plural form of saga.
“What definite proof have we for saying that the Vinland of the sagas is the Great Lakes area?”
“As I said on 5 Live this morning, the most damaging aspect of the Oaten and Hughes sagas is that young men all round the country who are firmly in the closet, will probably remain there for that bit longer because Simon Hughes's behaviour indicates a feeling of shame.”
“The readers will not tolerate if your invented pantheons and magic spells, or acts of your knights-errant, humble farm boys or proud demigods contravene the established dream-logic of the fairy tales of our childhood, or the epics and sagas from the childhood of our race.”
“Such high-crowned caps are mentioned in Icelandic sagas from 1200-1300 and have been found as examples of women's fashion from this period.”
“Their arrival is described in Icelandic sagas and confirmed by archaeological discoveries in Newfoundland.”
“Furthermore, in Icelandic sagas, ships are sometimes called the "skis of the sea.”
“And I thought Icelanders preferred long, epic poems called sagas.”
“Of all classics known to me the sagas are the most unapproachable in their naked strength.”
“For by Dr Vigfusson's own confession the strength of Icelandic literature consists in the sagas, and the sagas are the product of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries.”
“Not Quite What I Was Planning includes nearly one thousand new six-word sagas from writers famous and obscure, and the first collection of six-word memoirs to include backstories.”
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