Then Arne seated himself under a hazel-bush; and aasa, the girl who had told the first tale, came over to him.
aasa Kvaerk loved her father well, but especially in the winter.
aasa clung to the old man's hand and followed him—she knew not whither.
"And then aasa will make an excellent housewife, you know," observed Elsie.
aasa asked to see the sark first, and found on it her sister's mark.
How long he sat there he did not know, but when he rose and looked around, aasa was gone.
He went to bed, and aasa, the other sister, waited upon him.
He had about a year before attacked and slain the king of Agder, whose daughter aasa he married.
His dress was not the national costume of the valley, neither was it like anything that aasa had ever known.
aasa bade him good-night, went to her father, and told him that the man they had housed had killed his daughter.