By Clara Stroebe, George W Hood, Frederick H Martens
A suite of Folklore and Fairy stories from Norway in step with Gynt The Isle of Udröst the 3 Lemons The Neighbor Underground the key Church The Comrade Aspenclog The Troll marriage ceremony The Hat of the Huldres the kid of Mary typhoon Magic The Four-shilling Piece The Magic Apples Self Did It The grasp lady Anent the large Who didn't have His center approximately Him the 3 Princesses in Whiteland hassle and Care Kari Woodencoat Ola Storbaekkjen The Cat Who may devour loads East of the solar and West of the Moon Murmur Goose-egg The Troll-Wife The King’s Hares Helge-Hal within the Blue Hill The Lord of the Hill and John Blessom The younger Fellow and the satan Farther South Than South, and Farther North Than North, and within the nice Hill of Gold fortunate Andrew The Pastor and the Sexton The Skipper and Sir Urian The early life Who was once to Serve 3 Years with no Pay The formative years Who desired to Win the Daughter of the mum within the nook The Chronicle of the Pancake Soria-Moria citadel The participant at the Jew’s-harp
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At first the pastor would hear nothing of it but when the youth returned with two men, and asked him in their presence whether he refused the dead ; man Christian burial, he ventured no further ob- jections. So they released the wine-dealer from his block of and laid him in consecrated ground. The bells tolled, and there was singing, and the pastor threw earth on the coffin, and they had a wake at which tears and laughter alternated. But when the youth had paid for the wake, he had but a few shillings left in his pocket.
The bells tolled, and there was singing, and the pastor threw earth on the coffin, and they had a wake at which tears and laughter alternated. But when the youth had paid for the wake, he had but a few shillings left in his pocket. Then he once more set out on his ice, 32 THE NORWEGIAN FAIRY BOOK way; but had not gone far before a man came up behind him, and asked him whether he did not find it tiresome to wander along all alone. "No," said the youth, he always had something to think about. The man asked whether he did not need a servant.
He wandered far, and at last, in the winter-time, came into a land where the roads all ran in straight lines, and made no turns. After he had wandered straight ahead for full three months, he came to a city. And there a great block of ice lay before the church door, and in the middle of it was a corpse, and the whole congregation spat at it as the people passed by. This surprised the the came and when out of the church, youth, pastor he asked him what it meant. " asked the youth. " This did not strike the youth as being such a ter"Even if he had to pay for it with his said life," he, "one might now grant him a Christian rible crime.
The Norwegian fairy book by Clara Stroebe, George W Hood, Frederick H Martens