The Anglo-Saxon poems of Beowulf, the scôp or gleeman's tale and the fight at Finnesburg

The Anglo-Saxon poems of Beowulf, the scôp or gleeman's tale and the fight at Finnesburg

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Him then the valour-fama#39;d answera#39;d, the Wedersa#39; proud lord these words after spake, the bold under his helmet: a€œ We are Hygelaca#39;s table enjoyers: Beowulf is my name : I will relate to Healfdenea#39;s son, the great lord, my ... lord, will ask, the distributor of rings, as thou requestest, the great lord, concerning thy voyage, and to thee the answer quickly make known that me the good prince shall think fit to give.


Title:The Anglo-Saxon poems of Beowulf, the scôp or gleeman's tale and the fight at Finnesburg
Author: Benjamin Thorpe
Publisher: - 1855
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