Project: Kalevala

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    Faculty of Art
  • Project Name: "Kalevala - Land of Heroes" or
    "Kalevala - The Finnish National Epic"
  • Field Researcher:


  • Department: Art

  • Faculty: Literature

  • Start Date: 17th April 2003

  • End Date: Well... things being a bit slow right now, still busy
    researching - say July 31st? (2003)smiley -

  • Assisting Sub-Editor: U185843

Project Description

Pages currently in progress:

  • The Kalevala meter (link to be added later)

  • Elias Lönnrot, Author

  • Kalevala, the Finnish national epic (link to be added later)

  • The influence (or maybe impact?) of Kalevala (link to be added

Contributing Researchers

Further Information Required?

  • *looks at heap of research material, books borrowed from
    the library, a book she bought herself, a book she was
    given for birthday and a T-shirt with a very cool
    illustration from Kalevala*

    Eh - I don't think I need any more information right now,
    thanks... smiley -

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