Retrieved October 2, She is in a storeroom and the air is filthy and stagnant. One night, Agnes woke up and saw Natan having sex with Sigga, realizing that he had been sleeping with both of them the whole time.
Agnes worked on various farms throughout her young adulthood, where she was often subjected to sexual violence. Natan then came back to the farm and told Fridrik to leave.
The reader, like the characters, must compare the real Agnes with her reputation in order to figure out what is true. Lauga, on the other hand, hates Agnes more and more the closer Agnes gets to the other members of the family.
He then tells them they will only host one of the women prisoners. Active Themes Lauga returns to the parlor. As Agnes, who seems to be in a disturbed state because of the poor conditions she has been kept in, discusses how her name is being used, she draws attention to the importance of names, a common theme throughout the book.
She imagines the valley in summer and the bright blue sky. Steina is the first to befriend Agnes, because Steina remembers that she met Agnes once as a child while traveling and Agnes was kind to her. Agnes wonders whether she is already dead. At this point Fridrik also discovered that Natan had been sleeping with Sigga.
Natan then became violent toward Agnes. Throughout the book, food and drink show and reinforce class divides, as luxury goods are reserved for people with high status. Natan told Agnes one day that he kept having dreams about his own death and Agnes was in them. Agnes has two siblings, but one is dead and she does not know where the other is.
Lauga is angry with Steina for interrupting her plan to tell her parents, and begins to chastise her. Steina corrects her, saying she did not give him anything, and Lauga is even more dismayed.
The fact that Steina has burned the letter, in addition to her sudden intrusion and outburst, shows that Steina is a passionate and sometimes bold character. She suddenly hears hooves while she is piling dried dung. If the weather is too bad, it will be held the following day. The family is not happy about this, but they have no choice.
Cite This Page Choose citation style: Agnes slept in the cow shed that night and woke up to see Fridrik holding a hammer and knife. Even before Agnes arrives at the farm, the news of her impending arrival creates a rift between Lauga and Steina.
After the murders, Agnes and Fridrik burned down the farm in attempt to conceal their murders. They hid the affair from Sigga. Steina, meanwhile, seems to either not be aware of his higher status or to not respect it. determine how each work of art illustrates its respective. culture.
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