Karin asks the herdsman, "Is your brother mute?" (0:33)
Professor: "The sun shone in all its fairness and made you forget winter's rages." (0:48)
Professor tells the youngest brother, referring to people, "They worry and tremble like leaves in a storm because of what they know and what they don't know." (0:55)
Karin’s mother Märeta asks her farmer husband Töre, "What would have become of us if I’d always done like you, never troubled or worried, never praying to God?"
Töre: ”I know you're worried about Karin, ” (0:58)
A herdsman tells Märeta, referring to his sister, "She died at Candlemas." (1:01)
Grief overcomes her parents after they find Karin’s body. (1:23)