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Re: What is "Beowulf"?
• Posted by: James   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, January 12, 2002, at 9:31 p.m.
• IP Address: dal-tgn-tkf-vty8.as.wcom.net
• In Response to: What is "Beowulf"? *NM* (Timmy B.)

Beowulf is the first english epic that we have record of today today. Have you not read it in school? Anyway, 13th Warrior is based on Beowulf and historical sources (well, the Michael Chrichton's book is, the movie is of course based on that book) I didn't know LOTR was based on Beowulf (directly anyway, all epics have similar thematic strands)




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