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Nibelungenlied - Adventure 33, How the Burgundians Fought With the Huns Summary & Analysis

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Adventure 33, How the Burgundians Fought With the Huns Summary

Dankwart bursts into the hall calling out that while Hagen has been sitting around, many yeomen and knights lay dead in their quarters. Hagen demands to know who has done such a thing, saying that whoever is at fault will pay dearly for it. Dankwart says that Bloedelin has wrought such grievous actions, but in the process lost his own life by Dankwart's sword. Likewise, the blood that stains Dankwart's clothes is not his but that of the many foes he has slain. Hagen says he will speak with the Hungarian troop, but first he proposes a toast with king's wine. Hagen grabs young prince Ortlieb and strikes the child so that his small head lands in Kriemhild's lap. Hagen continues the bloodbath by severing the head of the child's tutor and cutting...

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