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Beowulf : a new verse translation

Auteur: Seamus Heaney
Uitgever: New York : Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 2000.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : Engels : 1st bilingual edAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Composed toward the end of the first millennium of our era, Beowulf is the elegiac narrative of the adventures of Beowulf, a Scandinavian hero who saves the Danes from the seemingly invincible monster Grendel and, later, from Grendel's mother. He then returns to his own country and dies in old age in a vivid fight against a dragon. The poem is about encountering the monstrous, defeating it, and then having to live  Meer lezen...
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Genre/Vorm: Poetry
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Seamus Heaney
ISBN: 0374111197 9780374111199
OCLC-nummer: 41211330
Taalopmerking: Text in English and Old English.
Beschrijving: xxx, 213 p. ; 24 cm.
Inhoud: A note on names / by Alfred David --
Beowulf --
Family trees.
Andere titels: Beowulf.
Beowulf.
Verantwoordelijkheid: Seamus Heaney.
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Composed toward the end of the first millennium of our era, Beowulf is the elegiac narrative of the adventures of Beowulf, a Scandinavian hero who saves the Danes from the seemingly invincible monster Grendel and, later, from Grendel's mother. He then returns to his own country and dies in old age in a vivid fight against a dragon. The poem is about encountering the monstrous, defeating it, and then having to live on in the exhausted aftermath. In the contours of this story, at once remote and uncannily familiar at the end of the twentieth century, Seamus Heaney finds a resonance that summons power to the poetry from deep beneath its surface. Drawn to what he has called the "four-squareness of the utterance" in Beowulf and its immense emotional credibility, Heaney gives these epic qualities new and convincing reality for the contemporary reader.

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