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and was of the maddest;
and when they had foug
ht awhile, Atli said, "
No fame there is in thu
s killing workmen each
for the other; more see
ming it is that we ours
elves play together, fo
r never have I fought w
ith weapons till now."
Gunnar would not have i
t so, but Atli bade his
house-carles look to t
he burdens; "But I will
see what these will do
herein." Then he went
forward so mightily tha
t Gunnar and his folk s
hrunk back before him,
and he slew two of the
men of those brothers,
and thereafter turned t
o meet Gunnar, and smot
The Story of Grettir the Strong by