“Now bring me the Luck of Edenhall!”

So ends the first stanza of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's translation of the Johan Ludwig Uhland "The Luck of Edenhall." In literature and legend, the ancient drinking glass known as the Luck of Edenhall is at the center of an intriguing and mysterious story of fairies and good fortune. Continue reading

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