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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 83

Auden-Taylor (1969): Drink ale by the hearth, over ice glide, Buy a stained sword, buy a starving mare To fatten at home: and fatten the watchdog. Hollander (1962): By the fire drink ale, skate...

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Hávamál 37

Auden-Taylor (1969): A small hut of one’s own is better, A man is his master at home: His heart bleeds in the beggar who must Ask at each meal for meat. Hollander (1962): One’s...

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Hávamál 36

Auden-Taylor (1969): A small hut of one’s own is better,  A man is his master at home: A couple of goats and a corded roof Still are better than begging. Hollander (1962): One’s home...