R.J. Page, “Norse Myths”

The author of this 80-page book, which is part of a series on myths, is a Cambridge professor.  The myths recounted are bloody and irrational, entertaining but not edifying, and so it seemed to me very different from Bible stories or even classical myths.  It’s also much harder to see how the Norse myths would have been seriously believed.  (But the texts are often corrupt or incomplete, and in any event the Inklings saw something in them.)