Gothic literature

This is a list of published books and poems in the Gothic language which could be considered part of a Gothic literature.

Du gaminþja jah gamaudeinai, 1836, Hans Ferdinand Maßmann. Google Books

Jiukaima, “Das gothische Gaudeamus”, 1837: Hans Ferdinand Maßmann. Bayerische Statsbibliothek

Bagme Bloma (poem), “Songs for the Philologists”, 1936: J.R.R. Tolkien. Google Books

Ranilons Draums Fraujons (poem), page 44-46 “The Goths: Children of the Storm”; april 15, 2009: Arthur A. Jones. Google Books

Im leitila, “Bin ich klein?”; March 17, 2015: Philipp Winterberg. Translators: Hroþiland Bairhteins and Edmund Fairfax. Amazon

Balþos Gadedeis Aþalhaidais in Sildaleikalanda, “The Adventures of Alice in Wonderland”; June 1, 2015: Lewis Carroll. Translator: David Alexander Carlton. Amazon

Fimf leitilai Fruskos, “Five little froggies”; June 12, 2015: Harris Tobias. Translator: Hroþiland Bairhteins. Corrector: Bjarne Simmelkjær Hanssen. AmazonKindleUnlimited (free)

Agjabairhts wairþiþ rauþs, “Egbert wird rot”; August 26, 2015: Philipp Winterberg. Translators: Hroþiland Bairhteins and Edmund Fairfax. AmazonPDF

Hwaiwa fuglos ganemun ize farwos, “How the birds got their colours”; September 29, 2015: Harris Tobias. Translator: Hroþiland Bairhteins. Corrector: Luc de Grauwe. Amazon

Ufarassus (poem), page 10-11 “Overvloed”; August 2017: Bert Bevers. Translators: Hroþiland Bairhteins, Thom de Herdt, J. Quak. FleursDuMal

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