Both in the tragic picture of Brunhild, and of the rustic, industrial and peaceful picture of the settlement of Charolles, the story constitutes a connecting link between the turbulence of the previous story--The Poniard's Hilt; or, Karadeucq and Bonan--and the renewed turbulence of the age depicted in the story that follows--The Albatial Crosier; or, Bonaik and Septimine.
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