Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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stanzas:
Sigsk 17 (34-1)
    ‘Einu því Högni ’
Sigsk 18 (1-4)
    ‘Vituma við ámoldu ’
Sigsk 19 (4-9)
    ‘Ek veit görla ’
Sigsk 20 (9-11)
    ‘Hné hans um dólgr ’
Sigsk 21 (11-12)
    ‘Sofnuð var Guðrún ’
Sigsk 22 (12-14)
    ‘Svá sló hon svárar ’
Sigsk 23 (14-16)
    ‘Á ek til ungan ’
Sigsk 24 (16-20)
    ‘Ríðra þeim síðan ’
Sigsk 25 (20-22)
    ‘Kona varp öndu ’
Sigsk 26 (22-23)
    ‘Hló þá Brynhildr, ’
Sigsk 27 (23-25)
    ‘Hitt kvað þá Gunnarr, ’
Sigsk 28 (25-28)
    ‘Hví hafnar þú ’
Sigsk 29 (28-30)
    ‘Frýra maðr þér engi, Gunnarr, ’
Sigsk 30 (30-32)
    ‘Segja mun ek þér, Gunnarr, ’
Sigsk 31 (33-34)
    ‘Né ek vilda það ’
Sigsk 32 (34-1)
    ‘Þeim hétumk þá ’

prose text:

Edda (poetic)

Sigurðarkviða hin skamma

Sigurðarkviða in skamma

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