So wide, so long-enduring a renown could be given by a nameless Sagaman.
"Essays in Little" by Andrew Lang
But he was a right Sagaman, whoever said it.
"Hypatia" by Charles Kingsley
Men say that I am no bad sagaman.
"A Prince of Cornwall" by Charles W. Whistler
One other sign that the Icelandic sagaman's art was kin to the English poet's.
"The Influence of Old Norse Literature on English Literature" by Conrad Hjalmar Nordby
He is a better sagaman than I.
"The Norsemen in the West" by R.M. Ballantyne
Since the days of Orry, we have had nothing to tell in Saga, if the Sagaman were here.
"The Little Manx Nation - 1891" by Hall Caine