Sigurd the Volsung
Book I, Pre-Kelmscott Edition, 1876, edited by Stuart Blersch
THE STORY OF
SIGURD THE VOLSUNG
AND THE FALL OF THE NIBLUNGS.
IN THIS BOOK IS TOLD OF THE EARLIER DAYS OF THE VOLSUNGS, AND OF SIGMUND THE FATHER OF SIGURD, AND OF HIS DEEDS, AND OF HOW HE DIED WHILE SIGURD WAS YET UNBORN IN HIS MOTHER'S WOMB.
I. Of the dwelling of King Volsung, and the wedding of Signy his daughter
II. How the Volsungs fared to the Land of the Goths, and of the fall of King Volsung
III. Of the ending of all Volsung's Sons save Sigmund only, and of how he abideth in the wild-wood
IV. Of the birth and fostering of Sinfiotli, Signy's Son
V. Of the slaying of Siggeir the Goth-king
VI. How Sigmund cometh to the Land of the Volsungs again, and of the death of Sinfiotli his Son
VII. Of the last battle of King Sigmund, and the death of him
VIII. How King Sigmund the Volsung was laid in mound on the sea-side of the Isle-realm
IX. How Queen Hiordis is known; and how she abideth in the house of Elf the son of the Helper