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White Hawk, the Lazy

In her 19th century book American Indian Fairy Tales, Margaret Compton recorded the story of "White Hawk, the Lazy." In this tale, a young man named White Hawk disguises himself as a girl and marries his enemy, Red Head. Once they're married, White Hawk kills Red Head. Does that sound like Thor and Thrym or what?

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