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One example is Icelandic sagas. Two of the most famous such are Egil's Saga and Njal's Saga, bearing personal names. Others, such as Laxdæla saga have place names in their titles. The examples of the Iliad and Odyssey from another cultural tradition show the same mix: place name and personal name, respectively, in this case. In classical Greek literature ...


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