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Published by Methuen & co. Ltd. in London .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

Bibliography: p.44-48.

Statementedited by F. Norman.
SeriesMethuen"s Old English library. [A. Poetic texts -- 3]
ContributionsNorman, Frederick.
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 55 [1] p.
Number of Pages55
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16989078M

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Waldere maðelode, wiga ellenróf, Waldere spoke, the courage-strong warrior, hæfde him on handa hildefró{f}re he had in his hands the battle-comfort, gúðbil{l} {on} gripe, gyddode wordum: war-blade in his grip, he uttered formally: 'Hwæt, ðú húru wéndest, wine Burgenda. A brilliant study, text and translation of the waldere fragments. The author places the fragments in the context of an Anglo-Frankish culture, rather than the usual Anglo-Danish culture that was put forward by past editors of the poem/5. Waldere text. This edition provides both an accurate description of the manuscript and tools for tracing its interpretations historically. Several of the prior edited texts of Waldere contain emendations that need reassessment, especially since “an editorial incursion, repeated enough over the decades. Frederick Norman "Waldere" or "Waldhere" is the conventional title given to two Old English fragments from a lost epic poem, discovered in by E. C. Werlauff, Librarian, in the Danish Royal Library at Copenhagen, where it is still preserved.

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