But Kullervo resolves before all things to avenge himself on Untamo (345-372).
Now not long after this a child was born to Untamala, and she named him Kullervo.
But Kullervo said: 'Thou shouldst go thyself, for the cows are in better condition to-night than they havep.
And when all these prayers and spells were ended she sent Kullervo off with the herds.
To the house of Ilmarinen the blacksmith, was sold by Untamoinen a slave, Kullervo.
At these words Kullervo jumped up and did as the raven had said.
Then Kullervo sat down and began to weep over his loss, and to ponder how he shouldp.
But Kullervo can not go far; his remorse takes him by the throat.
The most beautiful story in this wonderful book is the story of Kullervo.
Kullervo, or Kullerwoinen, was made a shepherd and sent forth with the flocks.