Grettir the Outlaw: A Story of Iceland
by S. Baring-Gould
Publisher: A.L. Burt 1889
Number of pages: 310
A classic adventure novel which details the life of Grettir Asmundarson, a bellicose Icelandic outlaw. There are several tales told of Grettir when he was a boy, which show that he was a rough and unkindly lad. He was set by his father to keep geese on the moors, and this made him angry, so he threw stones at the geese...
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