The Norse Myths - Chapter 13, The Necklace of the Brisings; Chapter 14, The Lay of Thrym; Chapter 15, The Lay of Vafthrudnir Summary & Analysis

Kevin Crossley-Holland
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Chapter 13, The Necklace of the Brisings; Chapter 14, The Lay of Thrym; Chapter 15, The Lay of Vafthrudnir Summary and Analysis

Loki sees Freyja quietly leave her hall and cross Bifrost. Loki follows Freyja as she enters the smithy of four dwarfs. Freyja is enraptured by a necklace of fluid gold and desires it at all costs. The dwarfs do not want silver or gold but desire to have Freyja lay with each one in turn for four nights. Freyja hates dwarfs but she desires the necklace so strongly that she agrees. Loki reports all that he sees to Odin. Loki knows that Odin secretly lusts after Freyja and delights in seeing Odin seethe with anger. Odin charges Loki with bringing him the necklace. Loki changes into a fly to gain access...

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