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Whether a book is in the public domain may vary country to country. We are aware that in our division of many passages we have differed from high au- thorities, but it is a liberty which every editor of a language, no longer spoken, possesses to the fullest extent Of his success in arriving at the sense of any author, it belongs to others to judge. To have noted every deviation from the text, even from forms of words in the same, as expressed in the sources from which we have drawn, would have been desirable, but was forbidden by the want of space. I., however, no important changes have been arbi- trarily made, or without calling the student's attention to them. Geseah "tha Lifes Weard Drige stowa, Dugotha Hyrde, Wide aet-e6wde ; 880 Tha se Wuldor-Cyning SELECTIONS FROM OABDMOlf.Public domain books are our gateways to the past, representing a wealth of history, culture and knowledge that's often dillicull lo discover. OF THE UNIVERSITY OF GIE8SEN J AUTHOR Of " A GRAMMAR OF THE ANGLO-SAXON LANGUAGE," ETC. Rhythmical translations have been ventured upon in some cases ; but being made line for line, they are necessarily restricted in expres- * Biograpkia Britannica Literaria — Anglo- Saxon Period — pp. In the Notes appended to this volume, the references to the Grammar will be found but few, as almost all etymological forms, and syntactical peculiarities occurring in the language, had been exemplified in the first. M Eorthan nemde ; Gesette ythum heora Onrihtne ryne, Riimum fl6de, And gefeterode * * * * * * THE FORMATION OF EVE, AND MAN*8 FIRST ESTATE. Even through the early ages of Saxon rule, though at times the chain is slender, yot it is not broken. — A Departed Soul's Address to the Body 127 XL — Poems on the Day op Judgment 137 XII.— The Phoenix 155 XIII. Thaet se rica ahof Up fram eorthan, Thurh his agen word, Frea aelmihtig.
Rhythmical translations have been ventured upon in some cases ; but being made line for line, they are necessarily restricted in expres- * Biographia Britannica Literaria — Anglo-Saxon Period— pp. In the Notes appended to this volume, the references to the Grammar will be found but few, as almost all etymological forms, and syntactical peculiarities occurring in the language, had been exemplified in the first. Leoht waes aerest, Thurh Drihtnes word, 260 Daeg genemned ; SJHJCOn OKB FROM OJJEDMOV. Tha se6 tid gewat 270 Ofer tiber sceacan Middan-geardes.
209 XVL — Poem on the Various Fortunes of Men 216 XVII. XXI— The Scop's Excursion 999 XXII*— The Wanderer 307 XXIII. — Deor the Scop's Complaint 317 XXV.— The Ruin 320 XXVI— A Fragment 322 XXVII. — The Death of Edgar, and Succession of Edward 329 XXIX— The Whale 332 XXX— Riddles 337 Notes 341 3tnaltfta 1Xii%io~8axon\ta. 280 Nergend lire Hie gesundrode ; Siththan aefre, Dragon and dydon Drihtnes willan, Ece ofer eorthan.
— The Battle op Maldon 261 XX-— Judith 279 1* 6 CONTENTS OF VOLUME H. In conclusion, we would not forbear acknowledging our indebted- ness to the labors of Thorpe, Kemble, and others, whose names stand foremost in the modern school of Anglo-Saxon literature. Him arn on laste, Thrang, thystre genip, Tham-the se The6den-self • • • • • • Sce6p Nihte naman.
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