I found the full text of the Kalevala in project runeberg. Can you tell me if the text can be viewed in English anywhere on the Internet? We are participating…

Posted
25.07.2001

I found the full text of the Kalevala in project runeberg. Can you tell me if the text can be viewed in English anywhere on the Internet? We are participating in a project with Finnish, Norwegian and Austrian partners and I would like to know more about the culture of our partners.

Answer

Answered
26.07.2001
Last updated
26.07.2001

You can find The Kalevala full text version in http://www.sacred-texts.com/neu/kveng/ . If you need any further information about Finnish culture and literature you can visit The Finnish Literature Society in http://www.finlit.fi/kalevala/indexeng.html . They have a lot of background information about The Kalevala and Finnish literature. If you need more general information about Finland and for example our education or language these pages might be worth visiting: http://virtual.finland.fi/ (Finfo), http://www.lib.hel.fi/mcl/suomi-eng.htm . A good place to start looking for Information about Norvegian and Austrian cultures are the following pages: http://www.lib.hel.fi/mcl/maat/norway.htm , http://www.lib.hel.fi/mcl/maat/austria.htm .

1 votes
Was this answer helpful?
 
Do you want to leave a new question? Post your question here.

Add new comment

Basic HTML without CKEditor

  • Allowed HTML tags: <i> <b> <s>
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.
  • Web page addresses and email addresses turn into links automatically.

What is a common pet that eats mice?