Fafnir


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Fafnir

dragon guarding the Nibelung’s gold. [Ger. Opera: Wagner, Siegfried, Westerman, 240–241]

Fafnir

his slaying represents the destruction of night demon. [Norse Myth.: LLEI, I: 327]
See: Night
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Selfs die oorspronklike antagonis, Fafnir word iets meer as 'n blote draak wat deur 'n held oorwin moet word.
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He kills the dragon Fafnir, present guardian of a gold treasure and a magic ring, which carry the curse of their original owner, from whom they were forcibly taken by the god Loki.
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But the world that contained even the imagination of Fafnir was richer and more beautiful, at whatever cost of peril.
While in OtherWorld, Tara meets other friends, including Cal, Sparrow, and Fafnir, all with secrets of their own, who agree to help Tara.
Here the protagonist is referring to the death of Fafnir, who is killed by Sigurd, but one cannot separate the allusion from the fact that in the Icelandic Saga the same sword will stand as a sexual prohibition whose violation is punished with death: "He said that it had been decreed him that he should accept thus his bridal night, in respect to his wife, or else receive his death" (104).
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