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Burnt Njal --- (chap. 71-80) - Icelandic Saga

... there was the best chance of falling on him, and they were forty men in this league, and they thought it would be a light thing for them to hunt down Gunnar, now that Kolskegg was away, and ...

Burnt Njal (chap. 116-119) - Icelandic Saga

... think that I should be easier to undertake your suit than Gudmund, or that I would back a wrongful quarrel." Then Asgrim held his peace, and thought it would be hard work to win him over. Then Thorkel went on and said, "Who ...

Ragnar's Saga (chap. 16 & 17) - Icelandic Saga

... revenging Ragnar, their father. Then Ivar spoke: ?I will have no part in this?I shall not muster troops, for it happened with Ragnar as I had thought it would. He prepared badly for his action from the beginning. He had no grievance ...

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Ragnar's Saga (chap. 1) - Icelandic Saga

... pleasing than we are. We are both born very ugly, and people will not think it likely that we would have a child like this, as uncommonly ugly as we both are.? Then the poor woman spoke: ?You do not ...

Burnt Njal (chap. 95-102) - Icelandic Saga

... were summoned to the Althing, "and so," say they, "we would rather seek our rights with point and edge." "So it must not be," says Njal, "for it will never do to have no law in the land. But yet ...

Burnt Njal --- (chap. 61 - 70) - Icelandic Saga

... thou dreamt, kinsman?" "That have I dreamt," says Gunnar, "which if I had dreamt it there I would never have ridden with so few men from Tongue." "Tell us thy dream," says Kolskegg. Then Gunnar sang a song. Chief, that chargest foes in fight ...

Burnt Njal --- (pref.8) - Icelandic Saga

... they would have to answer heavily before God, "seeing that we are Christian men ourselves".... One word and we must bring this introduction to an end; it is merely to point out how calmly and peacefully the Saga ends, with ...

Burnt Njal --- (chap. 25-32) - Icelandic Saga

... , and said there were no men with whom he would be more willing to make this bargain than with them. They fell a-talking then about terms, and the end of it was that Asgrim betrothed his daughter to Helgi, and ...

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Burnt Njal (chap. 149-154) - Icelandic Saga

... south for Scotland, and King Sigtrygg said-- "This was a mighty bold fellow, who dealt his stroke so stoutly, and never thought twice about it!" Then Earl Sigurd answered-- "There is no man like Kari for dash and daring." Now Flosi ...

Burnt Njal --- (chap. 1-6) - Icelandic Saga

... thee that thou mayest never have any pleasure in living with that woman on whom thy heart is set in Iceland, but with other women thou mayest get on well enough, and now it is like to go well with ...

Burnt Njal --- (chap. 46-52) - Icelandic Saga

... men as he cannot get what they want". "What's the good of thy talking so much about such a little matter?" says Bergthora; "far more like a man would it be to let him have both meat and hay, when thou lackest ...

Burnt Njal (134-137) - Icelandic Saga

... and went away, and would not speak about it; and Snorri said, as Eyjolf arose-- "It is very likely that thou wilt know what kind of gift thou hast taken by the time this Thing is ended." Then Eyjolf went ...

Burnt Njal (chap. 103-109) - Icelandic Saga

... was his woodman's axe," says Hauskuld, "and I saw how he put it under his belt; and now, Mord, I will just tell thee this right out, that thou canst never say so much ill of Njal's sons as to make me ...

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Burnt Njal --- (chap. 19-24) - Icelandic Saga

... thou know anything about law?" "'Up in the North I am thought to know something about it,' thou shalt say. 'But still I should like thee to tell me how this suit should be taken up.' "'What suit dost thou mean?' he ...

Burnt Njal --- (chap. 34-38) - Icelandic Saga

... thinkest thou hast fulfilled thy promise, but now my promise is still behind". "There is no need that thou shouldst fulfil it," says Njal. "Nay," says she, "thou hast guessed it would be so; and so it shall be." Hallgerda ...

Burnt Njal (110-115) - Icelandic Saga

... thou promisedst to do when thou tookest him for thy foster-child." "It may well be," says Kettle, "that I promised very many things then, for I thought not that these days would ever befall us that have now come to pass ...

Ragnar's saga (chap, 4&5) - Icelandic Saga

... that, how the king had spoken and how she should prepare herself, but Grima thought that it could not be done, and said that she thought such a king would not be wise. Kraka said: ?He must have spoken thus because ...

The Havamal - Icelandic Saga

... trusted ill, and whose mind thou dost misdoubt; thou shalt laugh with him but withhold thy thought, for gift with like gift should be paid. 47. Young was I once, I walked alone, and bewildered seemed in the ...

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Burnt Njal (chap. 157 - 158 end) - Icelandic Saga

... bade them then to part from his company, if they liked it better, and said that he would not wish to beguile any man into mischief, because he thought he had not yet had revenge enough on Flosi and his ...

Burnt Njal (chap. 130-133) - Icelandic Saga

... looks as it was likely she would look, and still fair; but Njal's body and visage seem to me so bright that I have never seen any dead man's body so bright as this." They all said they thought so too ...

Burnt Njal --- (chap. 91-95) - Icelandic Saga

... quarrel with Njal's sons; but he said he would never pay any money, and answered crossly, for he said he thought himself quite a match for Njal's sons wherever they met. "So it may be," says Runolf; "but so far as ...

Burnt Njal (126-129) - Icelandic Saga

... though the gable wall were thrown down, but the whole board and the meat on it is one gore of blood." All thought this strange but Skarphedinn, he bade men not be downcast, nor to utter other unseemly sounds ...

Burnt Njal (145-148) - Icelandic Saga

... , and told how bad their journey had been. Flosi said it was only what was to be looked for; "and this is a warning that ye should never do the like again". Flosi was the merriest of men, and the best ...

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Burnt Njal (120-125) - Icelandic Saga

... ; Flames flare at each end, Gall glows in the midst, So fares it with Flosi's redes As this flaming brand flies; And so fares it with Flosi's redes As this flaming brand flies. Then he thought he hurled the firebrand ...

Burnt Njal (chap. 13-18) - Icelandic Saga

... against that story, and said there was nothing in it. But this all knew that he was never seen again either alive or dead. So when Hallgerda heard that, she thought she had a great loss in her mother's brother. Glum ...

Burnt Njal --- (chap. 53-60) - Icelandic Saga

... said, "Ye ride hard, lads!" Gunnar went home, and said never a word to any one about what had happened, and no one thought that this wound could have come by man's doing. It happened, though, one day that he told ...

Burnt Njal --- (pref.2) - Icelandic Saga

... to Iceland, this tragic story bears away the palm for truthfulness and beauty. To use the words of one well qualified to judge, it is, as compared with all similar compositions, as gold to brass.[1] Like all the Sagas which ...

Burnt Njal (chap. 155-156) - Icelandic Saga

... the north. A like event befell Brand Gneisti's son in the Faroe Isles. At Swinefell, in Iceland, blood came on the priest's stole on Good Friday, so that he had to put it off. At Thvattwater the priest thought he saw ...

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Ragnar's Saga (chap. 10) - Icelandic Saga

... Saga: Chapters 10 Chris van Dykes Translation Chapter 10 When that time had passed when it had been agreed that Ragnar would go to the wedding at Uppsala and he had not come, it seemed to King Eystein that it ...

Ragnar's Saga (chap. 13 & 14) - Icelandic Saga

... peace, or rather test their forces and their hardihood, and their men would then receive no quarter. But they responded quickly and said that the town would never be so overcome. ?But before that happens, you must try us and ...

Burnt Njal (142-144) - Icelandic Saga

... ; and I have not brought money into this court in this suit, and I will not bring it. I have not taken money, and I will not take it, neither for a lawful nor for an unlawful end." The men who were Mord's vouchers then ...

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