Kveldulf and his wife had two sons,
the elder was named Thorolf, the younger Grim;
these, when they grew up, were both tall men and strong,
as was their father. But Thorolf was most comely as well as doughty,
favoring his mother's kin; very cheery was he, liberal,
impetuous in everything, a good trader, winning the hearts of all men.
Grim was swarthy, ill-favoured, like his father both in face and mind;
he became a good man of business; skilful was he in wood and iron,
an excellent smith. In the winter he often went to the herring fishing,
and with him many house-carles.

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