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Some clarity can be found in the two motivators behind the employment la saga de hrolf kraki magic in Hrolf Kraki: Preservation of the status quo for the benefit of the greater good, and Imposition of change for personal gain. Ambitious people who employ magic are mostly seen as evil because they upset the status quo, placing their personal desires before those of the community.

We see examples of this dichotomy from the first chapter, where we have the magical struggle between Frodi and Vifil. King Frodi, who has committed fratricide in greed and envy, is unable to thwart the efforts of Vifil, no matter the number la saga de hrolf kraki seers and sorcerers he employs.

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The message is clear, that equal or even superior usurpers cannot defeat a man of righteousness, one who has kept his oaths and honored alliances to king and kinsman.

Such inversions can have dire consequences for la saga de hrolf kraki who cause them, but curiously the birth of Hrolf himself is something of an exception.

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Here is a man whose very lineage consists of inversions and dishonorable acts, for his father is his grandfather, his mother his sister, and his grandmother a man-hating transvestite. His issuance is the result of duplicity, inbreeding and coerced sex.

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Yet from this came a king of champions and a defender of his people. Queen Olof is inversion personified. While Nordic women of the time were hardly shrinking violets, the societal structure did not encourage them to stand aside the men in a combat role.

More likely they would be seen in the role of peace-bonder. The implication is that this is something deep, arcane, and perhaps more effective. Had the old magic been lost by Christian times, or merely suppressed?

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A queen who has no king and wants none, she challenges the practice of make dominance in such a way that the societal norm is threatened. No mention of home or la saga de hrolf kraki, of the traditional responsibilities of a Queen or of any woman in Nordic culture.

It seems inevitable that someone like King Helgi should come along and attempt to right the balance.

He has three such children. La saga de hrolf kraki is also Skuld, who comes to him after a loveless coupling with, and broken promise to a 4 A good example of such is La saga de hrolf kraki Wealtheow in the Old English epic Beowulf.

She her position and the ritual cup-bearing in Heorot after Beowulf has defeated Grendel to also remind the King of the proper line of succession in order to prevent a ruinous fight for the throne on his death lines Hott is another man who undergoes a ritual rebirth, but unlike King Helgi his is a positive transformation.

When Bodvar removes Hott from the bone pile 48 he is reclaiming him from death, drawing him back to the land of the living.

Hott has been beaten down so badly that he has no inner strength, la saga de hrolf kraki effect no soul. He is without courage or stamina. It is worth noting that the king is well aware of the deception Bodvar has perpetrated, but approves of the result While Olof inverts the societal order by temporal means, la saga de hrolf kraki other strong female characters employ supernatural powers to cause even greater chaos as they assert their will upon 5 She tells the king that he must meet her a year later on the shore, and that failure to do so will have repercussions for him The shore is a liminal spot between land and sea, and so a metaphor for the border between this world and the Other World.