Marmion: A Tale of Flodden Field
An epic poem published in 1808, Marmion details the Battle of Flodden Field between the Kingdom of England and the Kingdom of Scotland in 1513. Following the Scottish subject matter that made him famous, Scott? depicts the courage and passion of the Scots throughout the work.
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ancient arms array band battle bear beneath bold Border called castle cause changed charge chief Clare close command cross dark death deep Douglas Earl English face fair fear fell field fight fire Flodden gave given grace grave hall hand hath head hear heard heart heaven held hill holy horse host hour James King knight Lady land length light living look Lord Marmion loud marked meet monks morning mountain ne'er never noble Note o'er passed peace plain rest rock round royal rude Saint scarce Scotland Scottish seemed seen shew shield side soon sound spoke squire steed stone stood story strange sword tale tell thee thou thought tide told took tower train turn wall wild