Xenophobe's Guide to the Icelanders
by Richard Sale
An insightful, humorous look at Icelandic character and values.
"The essence of Icelandic conversation is the insult. Icelanders are born with a talent for it and use it with ease from an early age. Because of their farming and fishing ancestry the most telling jibes involve sheep and fish. It is a very serious matter to refer to someone as a sheep or a codhead."
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