With Anna Kristín Arngrímsdóttir, Arnar Jónsson, Benedikt Erlingsson, Bergur Þór Ingólfsson. Tv movie frome the first chapters of the Icelandic Brennu-Njáls saga. Brennu-Njals Saga is the longest and most celebrated of the Icelandic Sagas. Though its events are set in the tenth and early eleventh centuries, the Saga. Written in the thirteenth century, Njal’s Saga is a story that explores perennial human problems-from failed marriages to divided loyalties, from the law’s inability .
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Now Swan began to speak, and gasped much. So he told his name. He too made no answer, but Skarphedinn said.
Thorarin to Hoskuld, safa the marriage: Skarphedinn spoke – “That man, though, must have been twice fey,” he says, “who lost his life by our foster-father’s hand, who has never seen man’s blood. She answered – “To no one will I give place, for I will not be driven into the corner for any one”. Then down fell the bill, and Gunnar seized the bill, and thrust Hallgrim through, and then sang a song.
It happened that Hrut was awake. After that they spoke no more of the sagga, and Hauskuld made ready the bridal feast, and rode off to ask men to it.
Then he went straight to Varmalek. He thanked her, and gave her half of all he had. Njal asked Gunnar if he would ride to the Thing. bfennu
They were out three weeks, and the first land they made was Hern, near Bergen, and so sail eastward to the Bay. Then Gunnar went in, and Hauskuld and Hrut made him welcome.
So Gunnar sailed from the east with much goods. He injured three men, and was wounded himself. AM b fol.
After that ride home south, riding always by night and resting by day. Now I wish to ask if any of you saw aught about yon tall man. Slain is he who spoiled the people, Lashing them with flashing steel: Njal took all Gunnar’s goods into his keeping.
He leapt at once on the forecastle of Vandil’s ship, and gave one man his death-blow. Karli ran his ship alongside the other side of Gunnar’s ship, and hurled a spear athwart the deck, and aimed at him about the waist. There he got off and bided in the wood, sqga they had carried down the firewood, and Swart was left alone behind. At last Gunnar’s speech turned thither; how these brothers would answer if he asked for Hallgerda?
And so it was, that she went away; and now each man sat in his place, and they drank and were glad. See Saxo Kallstenius It happened one day that Gunnar went away from the Hill of Laws, and passed by the booths of the men from Mossfell; then he saw a woman coming to meet him, and she was in goodly attire; njalss when they met she spoke to Gunnar at once.
Gunnar rode to the booths of the men of Rangriver, and was there with his kinsmen. KB Add 4to. Thorgeir Skorar-Geir Thorisson, of Holt, questions Kari rhetorically as to whether and how he wishes to attack the Sigfussynir: Meantime, my mother will take care of thee, but then come grennu me.
Hrut spoke – “In this wise will I answer thee about this matter, as is the very truth. Es wird sich zeigen Nord. brenny
Thorarin said – “There’s no good striving against it, for what must be is sure to happen”. Thiostolf fell down on his back at full length, and then out came Hrut’s men, and saw the tokens of the deed. There thou must stay a night, and sit in the lowest place, and hang thy head down.
Man soll nicht lange um wenig bitten Nord After that the sea-rovers begged for mercy. Gunnar went straightway to the Dalesmen’s booths, and met a man outside the doorway, and asks whether Hauskuld were inside the booth?
After that he dealt him his death-blow. Hallvard asked Gunnar if he had a mind to go to see Earl Hacon. Hrennu rode till he met some of Hallgerda’s workmen, and said, “Go ye up to the horse yonder, and look to Kol, for he has fallen off, and is dead”.