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Again the two parties joined battle and. and pierced him with his sword. and they gave him a girdle of victory. 213 With a howl that shook the mountains and startled the wild beasts in their caves, the monster awoke. In Loki's mind it was not a question of whether but of when the gods would catch up with him. In all three myths. they are fighting a civil war in which both sides are inevitably the losers. and in what is the longest and most picaresque of the myths. and in a hilarious burlesque.

Pages: 337

Publisher: Gollancz (July 11, 2013)


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