Of the earliest, Olafsrima, by Einar Gilsson (c. 1350), and the best, the Aristophanic Skida-rim y (c. 1430), by Einar Fostri, the names may be given.
The latter, Laurentius Saga Biskups, by his disciple, priest Einar Haflidason, is a charming biography of a good and pious man, whose chequered career in Norway and Iceland is picturesquely told (1324-1331).
They range from the rough and noble pathos of Egil, the mystic obscurity of Kormak, the pride and grief of Hallfred, and the marvellous fluency of Sighvat, to the florid intricacy of Einar and Markus.
Most of the novelists and poets already mentioned also essayed the stage, and to those names should be added these of Einar Christiansen (b.
Dr Einar Lonnberg has also recorded certain adaptive peculiarities in the stomach.