The Lay of the Nibelung Men

Tr. from the Old German text, by Arthur S. Way. 1911.

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This passage tells of Siegfried’s defeat of the dragon and gaining of miraculous near-invulnerability almost as an afterthought to his winning of the hoard in a separate adventure. The tales are told by Hagen, a fearsome Odin-like figure.

Image of The Lay of the Nibelung Men

This passage tells of Siegfried’s defeat of the dragon and gaining of miraculous near-invulnerability almost as an afterthought to his winning of the hoard in a separate adventure. The tales are told by Hagen, a fearsome Odin-like figure.

Image of The Lay of the Nibelung Men

This passage tells of Siegfried’s defeat of the dragon and gaining of miraculous near-invulnerability almost as an afterthought to his winning of the hoard in a separate adventure. The tales are told by Hagen, a fearsome Odin-like figure.

Image of The Lay of the Nibelung Men

This passage tells of Siegfried’s defeat of the dragon and gaining of miraculous near-invulnerability almost as an afterthought to his winning of the hoard in a separate adventure. The tales are told by Hagen, a fearsome Odin-like figure.

Metadata Details
Item Type Book
Title The Lay of the Nibelung Men
Short Title Nibelungenlied
Creator Tr. from the Old German text, by Arthur S. Way
Publication Date 1911
Call Number Y 9565 .N519
Location General Collections