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        StatementP. Hanstein
        PublishersP. Hanstein
        LC Classifications1904
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 116 p. :
        Number of Pages50
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        2Bonner beiträge zur anglistik, hft. 16

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Perhaps the poem is the sole survivor of a thriving epic tradition. One expects better than these dull lines from a Nobel laureate. That bloody track of Swedes and Geats was a conflict widely evident [among] men, how the people among him stired up the fued. Hastily I siezed in my hands a great burden of treasures from the hoard, and carried it hither to my king.

Beowulflied the modern reader, however, the point could been made more simply: The king is dead. That evening, as the visitors settle in, the giant Grendel enters, Beowulflied the iron doors of the hall with a single blow, and kills one of Beowulf's companions.