By H. Logeman Ph. D., Hon. L. L. D. (Glasg.) (auth.)
A observation on Henrik Ibsen’s Peer Gynt.- Textual feedback on Henrik Ibsen’s Peer Gynt.- Preface.- Textual Criticism.- Addenda and Corrigenda.- Abbreviations and Bibliography.
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E. "touch the rafters" 1) so that it 1) "Det er et Beviis paa Hallingdandserens Flinkhed, naar han i sine Rundkast kan "tage Bjelken", som det heder: "Landstad No. Folkeviser, p. 223. It would appear from the ballad that L. there prints, that even girls when dancing the Halling tried to kick the rafters: Myllars dottri dansar og kvec! og slrer im6t remi med f6te, - at least if Landstad's interpretation of remi = "beam-pole", bjelkestangen, is right. But as Dr. Western remarks, it would be considered very indecent for a girl to kick the rafters, and as he has never heard of a girl dancing the Halling, he doubts Landstad's explanation of ~_i.
43are many, in Jutland it is often called re skegmand = the bearded man. As a proof of its popularity it may be said that in Denmark a ''work-soldier'' (arbejdssoldat) i. e. one that does not belong to any special arm or corps but that does some odd jobs here and there is commonly called a "dunk". 548. Takk, som byder. Thanks to you, friend. The comma behind Takk is in R and subsequent editions. But the reading of U = Takk som, without the comma is much more in accordance with the way in which the words are colloquially pronounced; some will regret therefore that Ibsen added it in R.
And lastly, Henning Kehler, (Edda, 1916 p. 56) calls attention to the difference between Brand's phantasy and Peer Gynt's dreams: "Brand is a fantast of the will .... a much greater one than Peer Gynt, who, all dreams notwithstanding, has practical sense enough to work himself up to the position of a great ship-owner at Capetown". ) 313. Ja, giv Tid, saa blir du Prins, siges der. Give you time, you'll be a prince, so the saying goes. You'll be a prince is meant rather more in a general way (such as e.
A Commentary, critical and explanatory on the Norwegian text of Henrik Ibsen’s Peer Gynt its language, literary associations and folklore by H. Logeman Ph. D., Hon. L. L. D. (Glasg.) (auth.)