Norse Mythology (Stories) - Pages 179 – 228 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 179 – 198: The next story is entitled “The Apples of Immortality.” The story opens in the mountains at the edge of Jotunheim. Thor and Loki sit around a campfire with another god named Hoenir. Suddenly, an enormous eagle swoops down upon them and picks up Loki, carrying him off into the air. The eagle threatens to kill Loki unless Loki agrees to steal the apples of immortality and give them to the eagle. Loki agrees to this and the eagle lets him go. Later, in Asgard, Loki speaks to Idunn, he keep of the apples of immortality. Loki says that he has found much better apples in the woods and says that he will show Idunn where he found them. In the woods, the eagle swoops down and carries away Idunn along with the apples of immortality. The eagle declares itself to be a giant...

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