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' Thus Grettir (and likewise Ormr) as a boy shows himself lazy and of a violent disposition and displays uncommon bodily strength. The outcome of the new war between the two tribes is related in Widsi S, 45-49 : Hr6Jryin. 7,9) may have been substituted in Norse tradition for that between brother and sister. Ibi decet lectorem audiri, non citharistam ; sermones patrum, non cafmina gentilium.

parallels are gathered from widely scattered and varying versions (most of them modern), no single specimen or group answering precisely to the type represented by the Beoivulf. They are supposed to represent the faith- less companions of the tale. But an old, grim warrior {eatd ascwiga, 2042), chafing under the trying situ- ation, which to his sense of honor is utterly humiliating, spurs a young comrade on to a realization of his duty, until hostility actually brea Jcs out again. 797 J to bishop Speratus of Lindis- farnc : ' Verba Dei legantur in sacerdotali coiivivio.

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She was the stronger, but he gave back with craft, and all that was before them was broken, yea, the cross-paneling withal of the chamber. 104 ff.) would identify Healfdene with Alewih of Wids. ^ According to Danish accounts Haldanus killed his brother (cf.

But now when they had come to the gulf of the river, he gives the hag a swing round, and therewith got his right hand free, and swiftly seized the short-sword [sax) that he was girt withal, and s mote the troll thfrnyitji on thf 'ib pulder, and struck off her arm ; and therewithal was he free, but she fell into the gulf and was carried down the 'force.' After Yule-tide Grettir went with the Eyjardaba priest (who- doubted his tale and would not believe that the two men who had van- ■ ished had gone into the gulf) to the scene of his victory.

All night they wrestled furiously; never, he deemed, had he fought with such a monster ; she held him to her so hard that he might turn his arms to no account save to keep fast hold on the middle of the witch.

' It serves indeed to make clear the Beowulfian representation of the Grendel abode, see Lawrence L 4.62. That her real name was Yrsa, has been ' Sanazin, E St.

942 ff., but the coincidence need not be considered of importance. S An explanation of his peculiar name may be found in the fact that, according to the later Skjqldungasaga (Par. Icelandic sources have it that he lost his life through his brother (Fr6«i).6 Two sons of Halfdan(r), Hroarr .(Roe) and Helgi (Helgo), are regularly known in the North, besides in a few versions a daughter Signy who married a jarl n amed Ssevil,' — probably a mistake for Onela, the Swedish king. English lineage of Hroar's wife in the Hr Slfssaga (ch.

In some points, it should be noted, this important and highly instructive version presents an obscuration of the original folk- tale elements ; ^ viz. ^ The former is used by the giant, the latter by Beowulf ; a seax is used also by Grendel's mother (1545), as a sax is several times by Grettir. In the original form of the story, it appears, the male demon had been merely wounded ; when the hero had made his way to the dwelling place of the monsters, he put the wounded enemy to death (and afterwards killed the mother). The theory that the Anglo-Saxon poet worked up different versions (relating to Grendel and to Grendel' s mother respectively) has been repeatedly proposed as a means of accounting for disparities of the narrative ; see especially Schneider (L 4. Yet only in the Hrolfssaga do we find a story at all comparable to the Grendel part placed in a historical setting comparable to that in the Anglo-Saxon epic and attributed to a person who is possibly after all identical with Beowulf himself. Haldan) figu red also in Norse arcounts ss the fathe r "*^ Hrn^ - gar (Hroarr) and Halga (Helgi), is abundantly proved, though his position became in time much confused.

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