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Nibelungenlied - Study Guide Adventure 30, How the Knights Kept Watch Summary & Analysis

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Gunther soon beseeches King Etzel to retire for the evening. As the warriors make their way from the hall, Etzel's men crowd and jostle Gunther's knights. Folker reprimands the rude behavior and Hagen states that if the Hunnish warriors desire to meet with them, then do so by daylight and leave the night to rest. The nobles retire to their well-appointed chamber while the bulk of the escort sleeps with the Huns. Giselher fears for their safety, but Hagen vows to keep watch over them. Folker boldly joins his friend in the guard of Gunther and his brothers. To lull the weary travelers to sleep, he plays on his viol.

In the middle of the night, Folker makes out the glint of a helmet and alerts Hagen to the approaching troop of Kriemhild's men. However, one of...

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