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" ... all, who had no hope to hinder ever foes infernal and fiendish sprites from havoc in hall. This hero now, by the Wielder's might, a work has done that not all of us erst could ever do by wile and wisdom. Lo, well can she say whoso of women this warrior... "
The Oldest English Epic: Beowulf, Finnsburg, Waldere, Deor, Widsith, and the ... - Page 64
1909 - 203 pages
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Epic and Saga

Charles W - Epic literature - 1910 - 464 pages
...wisdom. Lo, well can she say whoso of women this warrior bore among sons of men, if still she liveth, that the God of the ages was good to her in the birth...thou ever this kinship new: thou shalt never lack wealth of the world that I wield as mine! Full oft for less have I largess showered, my precious hoard,...
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Epic and saga: Beowulf: The song of Roland; The desstruction of Dá Derga's ...

Literary Criticism - 1910 - 464 pages
...wisdom. Lo, well can she say whoso of women this warrior bore among sons of men, if still she liveth, that the God of the ages was good to her in the birth...my son; preserve thou ever this kinship new: thou shall never lack wealth of the world that I wield as mine! Full oft for less have I largess showered,...
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Epic and Saga

Charles W - Epic literature - 1910 - 464 pages
...wisdom. Lo, well can she say whoso of women this warrior bore among sons of men, if still she liveth, that the God of the ages was good to her in the birth...heartily love as mine own, my son; preserve thou ever _ _. - . . piece this kinship new: thou shalt never lack wealth of the world that I wield as mine!...
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The Harvard Classics, Volume 49

Charles William Eliot - Literature - 1910
...wisdom. Lo, well can she say whoso of women this warrior bore among sons of men, if still she liveth, that the God of the ages was good to her in the birth of her bairn. Now, Beowutf, thee, of heroes best, I shall heartily love as mine own, my son; preserve thou ever this kinship...
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Western Journal of Education, Volume 15

Harr Wagner - Education - 1910
...monster fled bleeding and dying. The hall sounded with shouts of rejoicing. The king is again himself. "Now, Beowulf, thee, of heroes best, I shall heartily love as mine own, my son ; preserve thou forever this kinship new." A day passed in rejoicing, again the shades of night came on. Beowulf, weary,...
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Beowulf

...wisdom. Lo, well can she say whoso of women this warrior bore among sons of men, if still she liveth, that the God of the ages was good to her in the birth...thou ever this kinship new: thou shalt never lack wealth of the world that I wield as mine! Full oft for less have I largess showered, my precious hoard,...
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