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Nibelungenlied - Adventure 19, How the Treasure of the Nibelungers Was Brought to Worms Summary & Analysis

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Adventure 19, How the Treasure of the Nibelungers Was Brought to Worms Summary

Count Eckewart waits constantly upon Kriemhild as she mourns. A house is built for her near the minster, and Siegfried's widow spends much of her time in church. Lady Uta tries to console the grieving woman but Kriemhild's grief is too deep. For three and a half years, Kriemhild sits in mourning; never once does she talk to Gunther or lay an eye on Hagen.

Hagen begins to counsel his king on how to regain Kriemhild's love. Gernot and Giselher convince their sister at least to speak with Gunther. No sooner does the lady consent than Gunther comes with all his men except for Hagen. Kriemhild pardons all the men with the exception of Hagen; then Gunther, counseled by Hagen, contrives to have the Nibelungers' treasure brought...

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