Home » Beowulf An Anglo Saxon Epic Poem by J. Lesslie Hall (Annotated) by J. Lesslie Hall
Beowulf An Anglo Saxon Epic Poem J. Lesslie Hall (Annotated) by J. Lesslie Hall

Beowulf An Anglo Saxon Epic Poem

J. Lesslie Hall (Annotated) by J. Lesslie Hall

Published
ISBN :
Kindle Edition
242 pages
Enter the sum

 About the Book 

Point out the place: he passed then unwillinglyTo the spot where he knew of the notable cavern, The cave under earth, not far from the ocean,The anger of eddies, which inward was full of Jewels and wires: a warden uncanny, Warrior weaponed, warderedMorePoint out the place: he passed then unwillinglyTo the spot where he knew of the notable cavern, The cave under earth, not far from the ocean,The anger of eddies, which inward was full of Jewels and wires: a warden uncanny, Warrior weaponed, wardered the treasure, Old under earth- no easy possession For any of earth-folk access to get to. Then the battle-brave atheling sat on the naze-edge, While the gold-friend of Geatmen gracious saluted His fireside-companions: woe was his spirit, Death-boding, wav’ring- Weird very near him, Who must seize the old hero, his soul-treasure look for, Dragging aloof his life from his body: Not flesh-hidden long was the folk-leader’s spirit. Beowulf spake, Ecgtheow’s son: