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Weird tales from Northern seas

Jonas Lauritz Idemil Lie

Weird tales from Northern seas

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Published by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[translated] from the Danish of Jonas Lie by R. Nisbet Bain ; with twelve illustrations by Laurence Housman.
ContributionsBain, R. Nisbet 1854-1909.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17153903M

But when night drew nigh, and the sun began to dance out into the sea, she kissed him and shed tears. He saw the sea-bore rise and fall out there like a white wall of foam on the bright warm summer day, and on the island sat the cormorants sleeping in the sunshine. So they raced on, side by side, in constantly stiffer seas, till night-fall, and beyond it. Last Christmas a second series of "Trold" came out, but it is distinctly inferior to the former one. It was found that, in the summer time, when the fishermen went out to the Vaer to fetch away the dried fish, that the young fellows began underbidding each other, so as to be selected for that special errand.

Then it seemed to him as if there was a laugh over in the other boat, and something said, "There goes thy boat, Elias! During the four following years he devoted himself almost exclusively to journalism, working hard and without much reward, but acquiring the pen of a ready writer and obtaining command of a style which has proved serviceable in his subsequent career. Along the rocks sit the cormorants in a long black row, lying in wait for dog-fish. His works were numerous after that. It made as if it would race him, and when Elias perceived that, he could not for the life of him help letting out a clew again. Without these cookies, we can't provide services to you.

Out of his back, just below his sou'wester as he turned round it showed quite plainlyprojected an iron spike six inches long, which Elias had no difficulty in recognising again. Ever sincewhen he made his reputation by his first novel, "Den Fremsynte," he has been a prime favourite with the Scandinavian public, and of late years his principal romances have gone the round of Europe. After great exertions they succeeded, and Elias, who had got up on the top first, now helped the other two up after him. Jacob Clark Hennenberger and J. Then the thirteenth cormorant arose, and flew right over the island. In a cleft on the skerry was a patch of green grass.


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Nobody knew who her father was. Stiff as he now was in all his limbs from sitting and holding on, he nevertheless succeeded, after a great effort, in clambering up the cliff, where he hauled the mast ashore, and made the Femboering fast.

Research and analytics cookies These cookies help us understand user behavior within our services. Ever after this, too, it seemed to folks as if the lad were a little bit daft.

And when the morning came, his heart beat. A moment afterwards the comrade boat ducked up again: it had vanished for an instant as before.

Weird Tales never had a large circulation and often struggled to make a profit. And she laid him in her bosom, and sat with him the whole night through, and put warmth into his heart.

Having obtained this small pension from the Government, he sought the greatest contrast he could find in Europe to the scenes of his childhood and started for Rome.

There was no other ballast in the boat but himself, his old woman, the children, and the Christmas provisions. The supernatural beings that haunt those shores and seas are, for the most part, malignant and malefic.

The weather, meantime, had become worse, and they had already got a couple of dangerous seas right upon them. The only person left at home was a little Finn girl, whom they had taken into service some few years before, and who had only lately been confirmed.

They seem to hate man. Marvin Kaye will take over as editor early in Next winter the steersman of a yacht came a wooing. Meanwhile he sailed along much the same as before. The couple had five children, of whom two died young. Now it is the custom for the various crews to lend each other a hand in pushing off the boats, and so it happened now.

Another tale, in which many of the superstitious beliefs and wild imaginings of the Nordland fishermen are skilfully grouped together to form the background of a charming love-story, entitled "Finn Blood," I have borrowed from the volume of "Fortaellinger og Skildringer," published in On fine summer days something sparkles there through the sea-foam like a large gold ring; and, time out of mind, folks have fancied there was a treasure there left by some pirates of old.

For two years he had gone about and hugged his misery for her sake, and he got the same answer. After great exertions they succeeded, and Elias, who had got up on the top first, now helped the other two up after him.

But it is when Lie tells us some of the wild legends of his native province, Nordland, some of the grim tales on which he himself was brought up, so to speak, that he is perhaps most vivid and enthralling.

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