Rolf sent for him to come and speak to him, and when the man was face to face with him, behold, it was Grani!
He mounted Grani, his proud horse, and rode toward the forest.
But Grani said most earnestly, "I mean no insult, but much lies on it that thou shouldst make me outlaw."
Then Sigurd heard Grani, his horse, neigh for him again and again.
But Grani, knowing that the one who rode him had fear of the fire, reared up and would not go through it.
Only with Sigurd on his back would Grani go through the flame.
Then Grani spoke apart with the Earl, and after that Thorfinn gave orders to his men.
Then Sigurd lifted her in his arms and carried her to where Grani, his horse, was waiting.
Then the shipmaster pulls at Grani's sleeve, and draws him aside.
But one of the men had heard what had been said, and told Grani.