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"You've always wanted to understand Beowulf, the English heroic epic poem, but never have been able to find the time to understand this truly epic masterpiece."

Only 2 hours in your hectic schedule - that is all you need to begin to comprehend the Beowulf epic. You don't believe it?

First, who cares about a poem written 650-1000 A.D. in Old English having no relevance to our busy, modern lives? Why would anyone want to investigate a poem about some fictional comic book characters?

Or is this a fictional poem? One would have thought so, until the discovery in 1939 of a pre-Viking burial ship at Sutton Hoo in East Anglia, England. This fascinating 20th century dig at last convinced archaeologists that the poem may in fact have been reporting some seminal events that actually happened in very early English history.

Likewise, the 19th century amateur archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann took Homer's epic poem The Iliad and by a literal interpretation of the work (he was an advocate of the historical reality of places written about by Homer) discovered the fabled ancient city of Troy in modern day Hisarlik, Turkey.

At last, understand the English epic poem Beowulf - advance your comprehension of English and Scandinavian culture.

From: Stephen Adams

Greetings Beowulf fans!

Reading an epic heroic poem can be intimidating to some. According to others, it is just a waste of time. They often disregard the wonderful opportunities that mastery of the poem can bring.

By knowing an epic poem, you come to realize the cultural background and aspirations of an entire nation. Previously puzzling customs and pecularities of a country become revealed to you.

That is why I extend my congratulations to you, as you have decided to improve your personal, intellectual, and social understanding through study of this epic poem.

Your decision to read the Medieval Epic Beowulf is a wise choice as it allows you to connect with an early Anglo-Saxon legend which is stunning in its different viewpoint from our 21st century norms.

Typical Beowulf translations just drop you into the middle of an archaic story, without providing you the important contexts in which the poem progresses - you just feel hopelessly lost.

The most effective way to learn an epic poem is through some background discussion and interpretation as the epic unfolds. In this way, the reader does not lose the plot thread or fine details. You can broaden your understanding of this part of Northern Europe.

Did you know that…

An epic is a long narrative poem on a serious and important subject, centered on a heroic figure.
The actions of the heroic personage decide the fate of a nation, a culture, or a set of tribes.
Most epics, and Beowulf is no exception, are crafted by the author from oral traditions developed over a time of social unrest and war.
The heroic ideal is based on the culture that produced the epic, and is represented as a cultural ideal in the hero.

We are all blessed by the many significant advances in our 21st century civilization. But it sometimes helps to know what our early origins were like. Come to an understanding why this period of time in Northern Europe was called the Dark Ages.

In this light, I have prepared a comprehensive manual to help you learn the famous English epic poem Beowulf … in just 2 hours or even less!

The English epic poem Beowulf:

Learn Beowulf fully … in 2 Hours this is the best way to learn this masterpiece, as you will be held by the hand each step of the way - from the plot thread to the cast of characters to the synopsis of the main themes.

With section commentaries, historical contexts, and full character descriptions, you will not have any problem understanding Beowulf and why it is the heroic epic poem of England.

The best thing is …

You don't need a whole semester English literature class to understand this seminal epic heroic poem of English culture. 2 hours is all it takes to learn the epic poem Beowulf!

(The Danish coastline today - did Beowulf encounter these shores?)

What you will find inside The Beowulf e-Book:

Organization of the poem into its main sections, with section summaries.
A detailed glossary of words and their meaning.
A complete list of characters in Beowulf and their relationships.
A discussion of the main themes and their relation to Anglo-Saxon history.
An analysis of the connection between the Sutton Hoo Site in East Anglia and Beowulf.
An exposition of the main themes in Beowulf.
The explanation of alliteration in Old English poetry.
The meaning of a "kenning".
An explanation of the relation between the Danes, the Swedes, and the Geats.
Basic definitions of Anglo-Saxon tribes and culture.
The importance and meaning of "comitatus".
The implications of Beowulf regarding the intense feuds occurring in the early Dark Ages.
The meaning of the secondary poetic interludes in Beowulf.
The relationship between the Geats and the Swedes.
An interpretation of Beowulf's fate.
Extensive footnotes throughout the epic poem.
A brief description of how the Beowulf manuscript has come down to modern times.

And a lot, lot more!

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