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If the knights were to acknowledge their murderous crime, I wouldn’t hate the ending as much. Pieties are mentioned but no god appears, or is said to have influenced the outcome of the tragic events.
Kriemhild is cut to pieces by the horrified Huns who witness her murdering Hagen with her own hands. Open Preview See a Problem? Books whose authorship is purposefully withheld should be attributed instead to Anonymous.
Although I liked the characters and the driving plot throughout this story I haven’t read the whole storybut I utterly despised Hagen so much because he was just rude and sleazy. The public back then couldn’t read, so the poem was never invented to be read as a text in the first place, but rather to be performed in front of a live audience.
Again, I don’t read German, so the way it’s written in translation isn’t important to me. The final paragraph of the book is utterly retarded, though.
Everyone slaughters everyone, and nielungos scene where Rudiger gives Hagen his shield is quite touching. We saw him joining in with the murder in the first part of the poem. Given the structure of medieval society, whoever ordered the poem to be constructed could have altered whatever he wanted with or without the artist’s agreement.
Trivia About The Nibelungenlied. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Thus begins a vendetta in which Kriemhild seeks to avenge herself on the brothers nibelungps murdered her husband.
Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. The only reason anyone does anything is for the ls of reward, which is usually merely alluded to–you know, good manners and all. La Divina Comedia Spanish Edition. This was an age where stories were written down in a painstaking way, and there was a serious danger of important passages being distorted or omitted.
Kings and queens are constantly handing out gold nibeljngos jewels like their wealth grows on trees, and yet they never grow poor. We can forgive absurdities in the story nigelungos they are no worse than those found in most mythology.
The story is as follows. But the second half I found pretty unenjoyable. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. All in all, my favorite My mother read this story to me when I was little, and I loved it. WormsGermany Esztergom Hungary.
It’s not that the translation was badly done, on the contrary, I applaud Felix Genzmer for the translation, which managed to keep rhyming all the way through. The Norse version in my modern opinion is vastly superior, with its intervention by pagan gods in a causative way, with absolutely nothing for modern states to use to their own advantage ell the world’s disadvantage, and really, no hero standing out as different from the heroic desire of pos Vikings: In spite of this, the story is surprisingly light on misogyny.
It is pretty over-the-top with some of the action but overall pretty cool and tragic, fucking Hagen. Of course the minute I looked into it I disc I was first introduced to the myth of Siegfried and the Nibelungs through a pretty bad miniseries, with so many different names I don’t even know what to call it – The Sword Of Xanten?
A more serious weakness though is a lack of thematic unity to the poem. Oh, and no one has that much money.
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If you waste your time reading this poem, all you’re going to get is redundant descriptions of people coming and going and sending emissaries to this or that place and accepting invitations to go nibeulngos this or that festival, all while dressed impeccably wearing jewels that would bankrupt the world.
The robust masculinity of the poem is curious when one considers the driving force behind edigorial narrative. This story was not original, being a combination of two or three earlier sagas, reaching back to the 6th century, but the unknown author has done a good of updating them for his audience, and has added passages and characters.
While the warrior does not have sex nibeljngos Brunhild, he does steal her ring and belt, and he gives them to Kriemhild, whom he is now able to marry.
This is probably a nit-picky thing, but for some reason, the introduction to my edition is listed after the main text, not before, which was kind of annoying.
Even the scene where Siegfried invisibly wrestles Brunhild into sexual submission–though despicable by today’s standards–at least doesn’t have any unnecessary oohing and aahing at their new clothes! Learn more about Amazon Prime. You will be held in contempt and stand apart from all good warriors.
It would make a good anti-war poem, or a critique on male machismo. Nibellungos by Anonymous 1 11 Mar 13, Amazon Music Stream millions of songs.
The warriors, while chopping each other up a la “Monty Python and the Holy Grail” still manage snarky comments and lengthy, emotive soliloquies with their dying breaths. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life.
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Well, too bad, because the poet himself spoils it within the first three pages. Having said that, if you get some kind of bullet-point summary of what’s going on, then the last five chapters or so might be worth reading. The poem shows appalling events, but while it acknowledges the terrible events that have taken place, it still celebrates military heroism and honour.
I believe with no specific evidence that the Nibelungenlied was written after the oral Norse tale became known. Return to Book Page.
El Cantar de los Nibelungos (Sepan Cuantos, #285)
Can a librarian please combine this edition with the on bellow? Anyway, while the miniseries itself was deeply flawed, I remember being fascinated by the story. This story is a bit wordy and sometimes does not make sense but it is the best we have from the period so read editoril. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. The writer presents us with a tragic event, ominously anticipated in every section of the poem, but it is not clear what we are supposed to think about it.
Then—and he had cause—he rebuked those who had plotted his foul murder.