Honey is sometimes used in the Kalevala for anything sweet and agreeable, just as golden is used for anything beautiful.
After any one has been to Finland, he reads the Kalevala with amazement.
Sea-beasts are very rarely mentioned in the Kalevala, for nearly all aquatic animals referred to are lake- or river-fish.
And with these words he gave up his search and set off to his home in Kalevala.
The labors of a Wolf are not necessary to show that the Kalevala is composed of various runes or lays, arranged by a compiler.
It is the last story, and is about Wainamoinen's departure from Kalevala.'
As this book is only intended for children, it would be out of place to discuss the age, etc., of the Kalevala.
In fact, it might appropriately be named the "Kalevala" of North America.
Then he opened his mouth wide, and Wainamoinen glided forth and hastened swiftly as the deer to Kalevala.
The Mistress of Pohjola sends a bear to destroy the herds of Kalevala (1-20).