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Hávamál 110

Auden-Taylor (1969): Odhinn, they said, swore an oath on his ring: Who from now on will trust him? By fraud at the feast he befuddled Suttung And brought grief to Gunnlod. Hollander (1962): An...

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Hávamál 109

Auden-Taylor (1969): The following day the Frost Giants came, Walked into Har’s hall to ask for Har’s advice: Had Bolverk they asked, come back to his friends, Or had he been slain by Suttung?...

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Hávamál 108

Auden-Taylor (1969): Hardly would I have come home alive From the garth of the grim troll, Had Gunnlod not helped me, the good woman, Who wrapped her arms around me Hollander (1962): Unharmed again...

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Hávamál 107

Auden-Taylor (1969): What I won from her I have well used: I have waxed in wisdom since I came back, Bringing to Asgard Odrerir, The sacred draught. Hollander (1962): (Of the well-bought matter)  I...

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Hávamál 106

Auden-Taylor (1969): Gunnlod sat me in the golden seat, Poured me precious mead: Ill reward she had from me for that, For her proud and passionate heart, Her brooding foreboding spirit. Hollander (1962): Gunnloth...

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Hávamál 105

Auden-Taylor (1969): Rati had gnawed a narrow passage, Chewed a channel through stone, A path around the roads of giants: I was like to lose my head. Hollander (1962): With an auger I there...