Diosa principal, esposa de Odin y madre de Baldr
y Fjorgynn; residia en Fensalir, dentro de Asgard, y se le asocia con un halcon, quiza por la habilidad para metamorfosearse.
In Joseph Harris's intelligent and thought-provoking analysis " 'Myth to Live By' in Sonatorrek," which is an updated version of a 1999 paper, (1) Harris convincingly argues that real laments in Old Norse culture were modeled on mythic ones, using the archetypal lament of Odin for Baldr
as a case study.
Passemar depicts the dance of the choreography of Professor Onde's tale about the death of Baldr
and the struggle between the Ases and the Vanes as "scatological" and full of "all the crap to come" (73).
Felly fe aeth Loki, duwoedd yn enwog am wneud drygioni, ati i dwyllo duw arall i ladd Baldr
a gwaywffon wedi'i gwneud o'r uchelwydd.
So the Aesir set a competition, and Baldr
took to Dragvandil a mountain and told him to sculpt with it, while Freyia took to Laeti a great elm tree and told him to carve from it.
50) In any event it was said that Baldr
was so bright that light shone from him, while his home was in Breidablik (Broad Splendor) in the sky.
Nevertheless, the line between linguistic and literary interpretation is a difficult one to draw; though there is much on Ingeld in the Introduction and ad locitum, there is no reference to the similarities between the story of Herebeald and Haedhcyn and the account of Hodhr and Baldr
in the Snorra Edda.
There is another version of the story, to which allusion is made in a west Norse poem entitled Baldrs
draumar ("Dreams of Baldr
Speakers include Lane County Medical Director Patrick Luedtke, NRA member Peter Loewry and Baldr
Odinson of Ceasefire Oregon; guest/ gallery admission is $5, free for City Club members; meeting will be broadcast Monday at 6:30 p.