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"When Hjalli the thrall heard this, he began to cry aloud, weeping and screaming and bewailing himself or ever he felt the point of the knife : for an evil and a bitter thing it seemed to him to be cut off for ever from life and from the feeding of swine ..."--Tales of the Teutonic Lands (1872) by George William Cox and Eustace Hinton Jones

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Tales of the Teutonic Lands (1872) is a book by George William Cox and Eustace Hinton Jones.

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