In his absence on a foray Gerlint compels Kudrun to do unfitting tasks.
When they have gone, Kudrun throws the clothes to be washed into the sea.
The Kudrun is a happier story, ending in weddings instead of death.
In Hartmuths castle by the sea Kudrun spends bitter years waiting for deliverance.
Here I have been forced to serve, to your sin and my shame, answers Kudrun—a great answer, in its truth and self-control.