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Britain's national epic, Old English unrhymed poem, late 10th or early 11th century

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Anglo-Saxons and the Beowulf Epic
From awesomestories.com, produced by ArtsMagic
This video (audio is a bit unclear in some parts) is about the connection between the Old English heroic epic poem Beowulf and the Anglo-Saxons who settled in England.  The story of Beowulf, the warrior who slew the monster, Grendel, is about Danes a... [more]
Found by adrumm in Beowulf
April 19, 2010 at 02:51 PM
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Beowulf: Pine-Richland High School English Project
From YouTube, produced by Pine Richland High School
This video was done by a group of students for their English class. The beginning is a take off on Star Wars. The video depicts their interpretation of Beowulf, the scene where Beowulf has to kill Mama (Running Time 3:49).
Found by dot_tcarlos in Beowulf
November 28, 2010 at 06:20 PM
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