The Anglo-Saxon world continues to be a source of fascination in modern culture. Its manifestations in a variety of media are here examined.Beowulf again commands him to a#39;Sing wallsa#39; (p. ... Per Winther has noted that Grendel quotes Gardnera#39;s a#39;Setting for an Old Welsh Linea#39;, a poem which itself quotes his novel, The Resurrection, in which the village of Trenn a#39;shall be called aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Anglo-Saxon Culture and the Modern Imagination|
|Author||:||David Clark, Nicholas Perkins|
|Publisher||:||Boydell & Brewer - 2010|