The Norse Myths - Chapter 10, The Treasures of the Gods; Chapter 11, Skirnir's Journey; Chapter 12, The Lay of Grimnir Summary & Analysis

Kevin Crossley-Holland
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Chapter 10, The Treasures of the Gods; Chapter 11, Skirnir's Journey; Chapter 12, The Lay of Grimnir Summary and Analysis

Loki sneaks into Sif's bedroom and cuts off her golden hair. Thor demands that Loki replace Sif's hair. Loki enlists the help of the dwarfs promising to fully repay them when the time comes. The sons of Ivaldi make a beautiful skein of spun gold hair for Idun, a ship for Freyr, and a spear for Odin. On his way back to Asgard Loki stops at the cave of Brokk and Eitri who are envious of the treasures Loki carries. The brothers set about making a golden boar, a gold arm band and, through a trick of Loki's, a short handled hammer. Loki and Brokk return to Asgard for the gods to judge whose treasures...

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