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Published: 2005-02-23T16:00:00+00:00

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The Sagas of the Icelanders (World of the Sagas) by Smilely Jane

56 Halldor’s companions remarked that Gudrun had seemed to care but little that Bolli had been slain, since she followed them on their way and even spoke to them as if they had done nothing at all to offend her.

Halldor answered them, saying, ‘I suspect that it was not because Bolli’s killing meant little to her that she saw us off, but rather that she was intent on finding out exactly who had taken part in the attack. It’s no exaggeration when people say that Gudrun is a woman of exceptionally strong character. Besides, it’s only natural that she should greatly regret losing Bolli, because there’s no denying that a man of Bolli’s stature is a severe loss, despite the fact that we kinsmen were not destined to get along together.’

After this they rode back to Hjardarholt.

 

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Author:Smilely, Jane [Smilely, Jane] , Date: June 6, 2019

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Author:Smilely, Jane [Smilely, Jane]

Language: eng

Format: azw3

ISBN: 9780141933269

Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd

Published: 2005-02-23T16:00:00+00:00
56 Halldor’s companions remarked that Gudrun had seemed to care but little that Bolli had been slain, since she followed them on their way and even spoke to them as if they had done nothing at all to offend her.

Halldor answered them, saying, ‘I suspect that it was not because Bolli’s killing meant little to her that she saw us off, but rather that she was intent on finding out exactly who had taken part in the attack. It’s no exaggeration when people say that Gudrun is a woman of exceptionally strong character. Besides, it’s only natural that she should greatly regret losing Bolli, because there’s no denying that a man of Bolli’s stature is a severe loss, despite the fact that we kinsmen were not destined to get along together.’

After this they rode back to Hjardarholt.

The news of these events soon spread and created plenty of comment. Bolli was mourned widely. Gudrun sent men to Snorri the Godi immediately, because she and Osvif felt they could place all their trust in Snorri. Snorri lost no time in answering Gudrun’s summons and arrived at Tunga with a party of sixty men.

Gudrun was very glad to see him, but when he offered to seek a reconciliation she was anything but eager to accept payment for Bolli’s killing on behalf of her son Thorleik. ‘The best help you could offer me, Snorri,’ Gudrun said, ‘would be to exchange residences with me, so that I won’t have the Hjardarholt clan in the next field to me.’

At this time Snorri was involved in extensive disputes with his own neighbours, the people of Eyrar.

He replied that he would make the change for Gudrun’s sake, ‘but you’ll have to remain at Tunga for a year yet’.

Snorri then prepared to leave and Gudrun gave him worthy gifts at parting. He returned home and the year followed without event. Gudrun gave birth to a child the winter after Bolli’s death, a boy, who was named Bolli. Even as a young child he was large and handsome and Gudrun loved him deeply. The winter passed and spring arrived, and the time came for the exchange of lands which had been agreed upon between Gudrun and Snorri. Snorri settled down at Tunga and lived there for the remainder of his life, while Gudrun and Osvif moved to Helgafell, where they built up a substantial farm. Gudrun’s sons, Thorleik and Bolli, grew up there. Thorleik was four years of age when his father Bolli was slain.

57 There was a man named Thorgils who was identified with his mother and known as Halla’s son (Holluson), because she had outlived his father. His father Snorri was the son of Alf from Dalir, while his mother Halla was the daughter of Gest Oddleifsson. Thorgils’s farm Tunga was in Hordadal. He was a large, handsome man, very haughty, and not at all fair in his dealings. There was no love lost between him and Snorri the Godi, who considered Thorgils to be an interfering fellow who liked to make his presence felt.

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