|Subject:||Poetry & Poets|
|Date:||February 2, 2017|
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He tried to pick a way through the syntax, get the run of the meaning establishes and then hope that the lines could be turned into metrical shape and raised to the power of verse. Seamus Heaney began his translation of Beowulf in the mid 1980s and it took him until 1999 to finish capturing the beauty of the poem in Modern English...
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He also repeats the pattern of Beowulf’s victory ie. A threat arises, the hero boasts, the conflict takes place, the hero is victorious and there is a celebration. The battle becomes harder for Beowulf each time. The enormous significance of Beowulf’s victory is continually restated so that the reader absorbs Grendel’s monstrosity...
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