By Colette, Willy
L. a. extraordinary comédie que fut le jour de mon mariage ! Trois semaines de fiançailles, los angeles présence fréquente de ce Renaud que j’aime à l’affolement, ses yeux gênants, et ses gestes (contenus cependant) plus gênants encore, ses lèvres toujours en quête d’un bout de moi me firent pour ce jeudi-là une mine aiguë de chatte brûlante. Je ne compris rien à sa réserve, à son abstention, dans ce temps-là ! J’aurais été toute à lui, dès qu’il eût voulu ; il le sentait bien.
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10–26. 15. 32 English Poetry and Old Norse Myth: A History himself does not seem to have used either of these works. Olaus adopted Saxo’s euhemeristic explanation of the Old Norse pantheon, and also drew heavily on his brother’s work. 16 The woodcut at the head of the chapter—also taken from Johannes Magnus’s book—vividly depicts this triumvirate of idols. shamelessly vaunted its sex”, although this is far from apparent in the illustration. Odin, heavily armoured, also has a sword, and is described by Olaus as “holding sway over wars, affording men help against their foes”.
36 English Poetry and Old Norse Myth: A History And for his English audience, Purchas notes in the margin to the passage about Odin “Odinus the same that Woden in our Saxon storie”. Bit by bit, fragments of knowledge were beginning to come together and take shape. However, Arngrímr’s partial and pious references to heathen practice are the nearest thing yet to any direct quotation of Old Norse mythological literature. 34 William Browne’s poem Britannia’s Pastorals (1613–16) is stuffed with classical allusions, and there are many references to the early history of “Britannia”, with footnotes to antiquarians such as Camden and John Selden.
They rendered solemn prayers to these wizards and paid the respect Richard North, Heathen Gods in Old English Literature (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997), pp. 78–132. 241. 245. 10 Saxo Grammaticus, History of the Danes, vol. 5. 11 Saxo Grammaticus, History of the Danes, vol. 25. ”12 Thus the Norse gods became a part of the ancient history of Scandinavia. But if he did not link the Anglo-Saxon gods with their Scandinavian counterparts, William Camden does seem to have been the first to make a parallel link.
Claudine en ménage by Colette, Willy