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“This translates the M.H.G. "tarnkappe", a word often retained by translators.”
“This translates the M.H.G. “tarnkappe”, a word often retained by translators.”
“Meanwhile Siegfried had arrayed himself in his magic cloak, the tarnkappe, and thus made invisible to all he returned to the company and hastened to King Gunther's side.”
“From this same dwarf he wrested a magic cloak or tarnkappe, that gave its owner wonderful strength, made him proof against every blow dealt him, and enabled him to become invisible.”
“And so it chanced that with the help of the tarnkappe, Siegfried, all unseen, overcame the Queen in a mighty struggle that had been brought on by some show of authority on Gunther's part.”
“All the earth seemed to resound with the death-dealing blow, and surely had it not been for the tarnkappe both”
“Perhaps you have never heard of Siegfried's tarnkappe.”
“ This is the _tarnkappe_, a cloak that made the wearer invisible, and also gave him the strength of twelve men.”
“Hagen (strophes 86-501), how he won the hoard, the _tarnkappe_, and the sword Balmung, and slew the dragon, is evidently a faint echo of an earlier version of this episode, which sounds out of place in the more modern German form of the story.”
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