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5 thoughts on “The Big Hul and the Little Hul – a saga

  1. Reblogged this on The Harmony of Týr Mórríghan and commented:
    Taking Back Our Literature, Culture One Story at a time!
    “In the time when giants still roamed the land, it so happened that the giant of Uddel, who lived near Uunnilo, was woken one night by the noise of a violent thunderstorm, followed by a terrible crashing sound. Thunar1, the great God of Thunder and enemy of all giants, rode wildly across the skies. The thundering sound held on, and then slowly passed. When the giant heard it no more, he understood that Thunar had only driven by on his way elsewhere. Soon he drifted back to sleep.” ~excerpt The Big Hul and the Little Hul – a saga translated by Eva Weggelaar

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