EGIL’S SAGA: CHAPTER 9; (Part 2) Bard Dies and Thorolf marries his Widow | waldotomosky
They improved on re-reading, generally. The song The Murderer and the play Autumn are downright chilling, even in translation.
I was also pleasantly surprised to see the almost total lack of the typical religious overtones and Christian philosphical entreaties and moralizing which pervades so much of both the folklore and other popular literature seen in writers of that period in Europe and America. The impression is that Nature and her hand-maidens, e. Usually, a favorite subject for the minstrels of other lands and other social levels, are feasts and revelry — with the descriptions of delicacies and groaning food boards. Here, these topics are also lacking in the songs.
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When food is neither varied, nor always plentiful, and only available through year-long labor — barring disasters — this is not a likely candidate for versification. Having food, any food of any type, is the most essential part of life to the people of this 19th century farming community.
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In remote districts that are difficult to access, exotic dishes were probably inconceivable and unheard-of. It is very clear by reading of the other things that did appeal to them as worthy of a place in their music, and by the descriptions of their daily tasks, that every day of every year is spent ensuring that there will be something to eat at all. Food then, like air, is too critically important to be song-worthy.
Quantity alone, not taste or variety, mattered. The prospect of starvation was a very real fear, and their lives were spent attempting to stave it off. We also do estate planning for those with special needs - cerebral palsy, Down's Syndrome, birth defects. A lot of people think the way to protect the child's government benefits is to disinherit them. But there are special needs trusts, so they get all their needs met without losing their benefits.
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