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Eirik the Red's Saga.
The Story of the Ere-Dwellers.
Codex Regius of the Poetic Edda.
The Saga of Grettir the Strong.
The Story of the Heath-Slayings.
The Life and Death of Cormac the Skald.
The Laxdaela Saga.
The Story of Burnt Njal.
The Story of the Volsungs.
Heimskringla, or the Chronicle of the Kings of Norway.
Havamal (Words of the High One).
Voluspa (The Song of the Sybil).
The Lay of Sigrdrifa.
The links above come from these sites, which are excellent sources for saga texts :-
Legends and Sagas on Sacred-Texts.com. is a portal to texts of legends from many European and Middle Eastern cultures - in particular, Norse, Germanic and Celtic.
The Online Medieval and Classical Library. Source texts for many medieval and classical manuscripts, not just Norse sagas.
While I was searching, I also came across the following related links :-
The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.
The Labyrinth. Guide to medieval studies on the web.
Norse Legends Reference Pages.
The Danish History of Saxo Grammaticus.
Some books which have been based on
Norse sagas (with links to their amazon.com
The Golden Warrior by Hope Muntz.
Eric Brighteyes by H. Rider Haggard.
Styrbiorn the Strong by E. R. Eddison.
Two Ravens by Cecelia Holland.
The Greenlanders by Jane Smiley.
The Long Ships by Frans Bengtsson.
The King of Vinland's Saga by Stuart W. Mirsky.
Gunnar's Daughter by Sigrid Undset.
Hrolf Kraki's Saga by Poul Anderson.
War of the Gods by Poul Anderson.
Many thanks to Stuart W. Mirsky for suggesting this.
Know of any others? Then email me - firstname.lastname@example.org