Remarks on an English epitaph and a Scandinavian folk legend, Bengt af Klintberg
quotation proverbs in Ireland, Fionnuala Carson Williams
"Caith Maige Tuired" - parable of the battle of Clontarf, Michael Chesnutt
dreams in Old Norse and Old Irish literature, Hilda Ellis Davidson
international migratory legends concerning the "Black Death" in Iceland, Terry Gunnell
the blood brothers' tale, Hermann Palsson
"Oidhche Rionnagach Reulagach" -a tale with a sting, Barbara Hillers
wedding dance and bridal house in Faeroese folk tradition, Joan Pauli Joensen
the "Varolokkur" of Guoriour porbjarnardottir, Jon Hnefill Aoalsteinsson
"halt Illu Fran Bufa!" - Til Tolkingen af Kvinneby-Amuletten fra Oland, Jonna Louis-Jensen
food-provision strategies on the Great Blasket Island, Patricia Lysaght
note on the motif of the wading giant in Irish and Welsh, Proinsias Mac Cana
recent settlement on the Great Blasket Island, Criostoir Mac Carthaigh and Barry O'Reilly
original name of the Viking settlement at Limerick, Gearoid Mac Eoin
"Acallam na Senorach" and Snorri Sturluson's "Edda", Rory McTurk
dynamics of traditional song performance and social evolution in Ireland, Tom Munnelly
Fer in the North Contree - "with his whole heart" revisited,, Eilis Ni Dhuibhne Almqvist
role of the postal questionnaire in the collection of Irish folklore, Bairbre Ni Fhloinn
the Irish hobby horse and the Icelandic horse dance, Seamas O. Cathain
new light on north-west European dead-child traditions, Anne O'Connor
an uaimh "dhraiochta", Micheal O. Curraoin
of the "Tiachog" and "Peillic" and objects of straw and rushes, Anne O'Dowd
"Lean Ar Do Laimh" - Seansceal Idirnaisiunta I mBealoideas na hEireann, Padraig O. Healai
Aithint agus Ainmniu Sna Rannscealta, Daithi O. hOgain
confrontational ghost-laying in England and Denmark, Jacqueline Simpson
Sceala Aduaidh, Rionach ui Ogain
beliefs and world-view of a Swedish crofter, Bodil Nildin-Wall and Jan Wall
proverbs and traditional sayings from Easter Ross, Seosamh Watson.
"This collection of essays succeeds where it matters most; in deepening understanding of human experience, and conveying the joyfulness of the discovery."
"The articles vary enormously in subject, across the range of heritage from food to dreams in Old Norse and Old Irish literature, to the connections between stories in different countries ... This kind of stuff isn't just interesting for heritage fans, it is also useful as gardening knowledge learned over time."
Books Ireland March 2002
"This collection of 28 papers constitutes a representative selection of all the topics and fields of folklore-related topics that has characterized Bo Almqvist's work ... Moreover, this is a typographically beautiful book."
Ethnologia Scandavica Vol 32 2002
"Readers interested in Ireland, Iceland, Scandinavia and North-Western Europe, Old Norse language and literature, folklore, legends, proverbs, worldview and Almqvist will thoroughly enjoy this tribute to Almqvist, with its many interesting, well written and thoroughly documented research essays."
Arc (Nordic Yearbook of Folklore) Vol 60 2005