The fall of man: or paradise lost of Caedmon, tr. in verse from the Anglo-Saxon, with a new metrical arrangement of the lines of part of the oringinal text, and an introduction on the versification of Caedmon, by William H.F. Bosanquet
Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1860 - 63 pages
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