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Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood - Chapter 115, Iduna Summary & Analysis

Merlin Stone
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Chapter 115, Iduna Summary and Analysis

Iduna is the keeper of the golden apples of immortality. She provides the deities of Asgard with her apples so that each may become as youthful as she is. Thiassi of snowy Thrymheim, where all is cold and dead, is envious of the deities for receiving the gift of eternal springtime. He enlists the help of Loki and captures Iduna. Without Iduna, the deities grow old. They ask Frigga to help them find Iduna. Frigga discovers Iduna's location. She orders Loki to rescue Iduna and return her to Asgard. Loki dresses in Feyja's falcon coat, finds Iduna alone, and snatches her up with his beak. Thiassi with his chases after Iduna, but as he nears Asgard the deities light a fire on the mountaintop. Thiassi's wings come too close to the fires and he is engulfed in flames.

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