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either of two distinct works in Old Icelandic dating from the late 13th century and consisting of 34 mythological and heroic ballads composed between 800 and 1200

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Chapter 4 "Animals between context and text" proposes the understanding of specific aspects of the archaeological material, particularly animals in burial contexts, relative to a pre-Christian world view as expressed in and contrasted with that represented in Snorri's Edda, as well as Proto-Norse and Norse runic inscriptions.
The illegitimate son of a servant girl and a farmhand, Jonsson had little education, but he soon became an avid reader of the ancient Icelandic sagas and Eddas.
He published a children's book, Norse Stories Retold from the Eddas (1882); My Study Fire (1890); Books and Culture (1896); The Life of the Spirit (1899), a popular uplift book; William Shakespeare, Poet, Dramatist and Man (1900); and Heroines That Every Child Should Know (1908).
According to a frequently advanced theory, the "beanstalk " is the ash, Yggdrasil, of the Eddas, the giant is All - Father, whose three treasures are the wind, the rain, and the red hen which lays golden eggs (the sun).