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" Cease my strain ! I hear them call Who bid me hence to Odin's hall ! High seated in their blest abodes, I soon shall quaff the drink of gods. The hours of life have glided by — I fall ! but laughing will I die... "
Scandinavia, Ancient and Modern: Being a History of Denmark, Sweden, and ... - Page 113
by Andrew Crichton, Henry Wheaton - 1841
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Herbert's Poems: pt. 1. Translations from the German, Danish, etc. (lacking ...

William Herbert - Old Norse poetry - 1804
...call, Who bid me hence to Odin's hall. i See P»rt 1st, p. 89 and 119. High-seated* in their blest abodes I soon shall quaff the drink of Gods. The hours of life have glided by ; 190 I fall ; but smiling shall I die. * 1 aundveigc ; in the high Mat, or at the high table. SONG...
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1807
...rejoice. I hear the Maids of slaughter call, Who bid me hence to Odin's hall. High.seated in their blest abodes I soon shall quaff the drink of Gods. The hours of life have glided by ; 1 fall; but smiling shall I die/ In the first of these stanzas, * I deem'd not I,' Is much too rhetorical for "...
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser

1807
...rejoice. I hear the Maids of slaughter call, Who bid me hence to Odin's hall. High-seated in their blest abodes I soon shall quaff the drink of Gods. The hours of life have glided by ; i fall ; but smiling shall I die.' In the first of these stanzas, ' I deem'd not I,' is much too...
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Researches Into the Nature and Affinity of Ancient and Hindu Mythology

Vans Kennedy - Hindu mythology - 1831 - 494 pages
...rejoice. I hear the maids of slaughter call, Who bid me hence to Odin's hall. High seated in their blest abodes, I soon shall quaff the drink of gods. The hours of life have glided by; I fall; but smiling shall I die."* It is needless to remark, that in the theogonies and cosmogonies...
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History of the Northmen, Or Danes and Normans: From the Earliest Times to ...

Henry Wheaton - Northmen - 1831 - 367 pages
...' Cease my strain ! I hear Them call Who bid me hence to Odin's hall ! t High seated in their blest abodes I soon shall quaff the drink of Gods. The hours of Life have glided by — I fall! but laughing- will I die ! The hours of Life have glided by — I fall! but laughing will...
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History of the Northmen, Or Danes and Normans: From the Earliest Times to ...

Henry Wheaton - Northmen - 1831 - 367 pages
...style only being more poetical.* The last strophe of this lay may be rendered as follows : — ' Cease my strain ! I hear Them call Who bid me hence to Odin's hall ! f High seated in their blest abodes I soon shall quaff the drink of Gods. The hours of Life have...
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American Monthly Review, Volume 1

American literature - 1832
...been thrown by the treacherous King Ella, and where he expired with a " laugh of defiance." " Cease my strain ! I hear them call Who bid me hence to Odin's hall ! High seated in their blest abodes I soon shall quaff the drink of gods. The hours of life have glided...
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The North American Review, Volume 35

North American review and miscellaneous journal - 1832
...mellow beverage of barley. The last strophe of this death-song is thus rendered by Mr. Wheaton : ' Cease my strain ! I hear Them call Who bid me hence to Odin's hall ! High seated in their blest abodes, I soon shall quaff the drink of Gods. The hours of Life have glided...
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Frithiof's Saga: A Legend of the North

Esaias Tegnér - 1839 - 351 pages
...rejoice. I hear Ihe Maids of slaughter call, Who bid me hence to Odin's Hall. High-sealed in their blest abodes , I soon shall quaff the drink of gods. The hours of life have glided by; I fall, but smiling shall I die." f CANTO XXI. Siena Í. cfc. See Remarks on the alliterative Poetry...
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Horae scandicae, or works relating to old Scandinavian literature.-Horae ...

William Herbert - 1842
...185 I hear the Maids* of slaughter call, Who bid me hence to Odin's hall. High-seated inf their blest abodes I soon shall quaff the drink of Gods. The hours of life have glided by ; 190 I fall ; but smiling shall I die. THB SONG OF HARALD THE HARDY. From lite old Icelandic, printed...
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